Utilizing custom art glass for doors, gates, and entryways allows a designer to blend beauty and functionality by allowing ambient light to pass through while maintaining a measure of security and privacy. Our ability to use a combination of processes including casting, slumping, etching, and sandblasting lets us create stunning art glass pieces that are custom tailored to your setting and your needs.
A glass backsplash is the perfect use for our custom glass products because it's durable, visually stunning, and easy to clean and maintain. In fact any vertical wall application can look great with a custom glass surface - the options are limited only by your imagination!
If you are looking to divide any space without creating a more cramped feeling, a glass room divider may be just what you need.
Rather than building solid walls that shrink the size of the newly divided rooms and require separate light sources, a more enlightened solution is to use glass partitions to divide a larger space into separate spaces that still feel... spacious. And we offer you the added benefit of choosing from nearly any artistic vision you can imagine!
Historically the most common architectural use for glass has been for plain residential or commercial windows, in which case the thickness rarely exceeds 3/8", except for the very largest windows. More recently any glass over 1" thick that is custom made for tabletops, countertops, islands, bar tops, flooring, stair treads, etc. has come to be known as "thick glass".
If you've spent much time on our site you may alrelady know that any glass 1" thick or more has come to be known in the industry as "thick glass". This is the case whether the glass is a single piece or made from several laminated layers. Glass this thick is so durable and easy to maintain that it makes an excellent countertop material.
Although often associated with high altitude tourist attractions, glass flooring for both residential and commercial structures is becoming very popular. It is sometimes made with solid or hollow glass blocks known as "glass pavers" or “glass tiles” within a metal framework. Many glass floors are lit from below with natural or artificial light, creating dynamic effects.
Glass stair treads typically utilize similar manufacturing and construction techniques for all manner of glass stairwells, glass stairways, and glass staircases.
We manufacture only the highest quality cast glass stair railings for stairways & staircases, including frameless tempered glass balustrades for use at poolside, along walkways, and bordering escalators. We can design them with or without handrails, in a variety of glass shapes, colors and textures.
There may be no better application for custom art glass than to enclose bathtubs and shower stalls using slumped and/or etched glass, especially when combined with custom made windows, countertops, sink surrounds, and/or a custom glass backsplash.