Glass manufacturers are producing attractive and alluring glass options to suite any kind of bathroom decor and atmosphere. Century offers design possibilities limited only by your imagination, so choose the type of glass that goes with the look and feel that you desire. Offerings span from familiar textures to the highly unusual used for light control and privacy in bath enclosures as well as numerous decorative applications. Here is a look at some of the current glass trends…
Bisselex – Dark Frosted Glass Pattern obtained by an acid etch process
Bubble – Random bubble pattern of different shapes and sizes
Cascade – Pattern resembles tall blades of grass
Clear – No Pattern, visibly clear with normal iron content which gives a slightly green appearance
Geo – Geometric square dotted pattern. Only used in Sliders and Single Hinged Doors.
Glue Chip – Pattern resembles winter frost on a window, but is visibly clear
Monumental – Random Hammered Pattern Low Iron
Niagara – Gives the illusion of rain drops as it runs down a window.
Pattern 62 – Obscured pattern which resembles sand paper
Reed – Vertical Fluted Pattern which resembles stripes
Satin Etch – Light Frosted Glass Pattern obtained by an acid etch process
Spraylite – Random Hammered Pattern
Staphire – No Pattern, visibly clear with low iron content cutting down on the green appearance
Venetian – Combination of Etched & Clear low iron glass which has a louvered pattern