We offer a huge selection of laminated glass colors in our ViviColor line, stone textures with VitraStone collection, natural fiber interlayers such as wood in the Etama line, and finally, our fabric interlayer line called Couture.
Our laminated glass collections are created in-house from start to finish allowing us to offer amazing turn-around times and greater control, reducing errors and ensuring we help you hit deadlines and beat project budgets.
Laminated glass is more than safety glass. It can also be beautiful. Add decorative laminated glass to your barn doors, showers, cladding, partitions, and walls.
If you do not see something that fits your project perfectly, we can work together and create a custom interlayer. Using our full-color ImageVue printing services, we can create any interlayer utilizing vector graphics, photographs, or other images. Utilize our frosted interlayers to die-cut frosted patterns or mix and match interlayers and laminated glass collections for a custom look.
Our decorative laminated glass lines give you full control over the pattern, color, material, and even transparency. Add a frosted interlayer on top of your decorative interlayer to add privacy, control sightlines and still retain daylighting. Our frosted interlayers look and behave just like etched glass. Choose any level of opacity. We even offer frosted gradients.
In addition to having full control of what is in between the glass panels, you also have control of what is on the glass panels. Add etched glass patterns or include back painted glass to add shadows and depth. Light up your panels with our LED edge-lit glass, or use our antique mirrors or standard mirrors on the backside of your laminated panel.
Frosted Interlayer Opacity Levels
Frosted Interlayer Gradient
Featuring 36 samples representing all of our lines of decorative glass, wow your clients with high quality samples, specs, and drawings to land your big project.
In short, laminated glass is two or more panels of glass affixed together with a clear adhesive interlayer and sometimes also a decorative interlayer in-between each panel.
The panels are baked at a low temperature to activate the adhesive. Literally, anything that is relatively thin and will not make the glass bow can be laminated, from grass and leaves to prints, papers, and fabrics.
Laminated glass panels can range in sizes all the way up to 100″ x 144″ and 1.5″ in thickness.
Since glass laminates are within two glass panels, this leaves the front and back of the piece clean, meaning you can add other decorative glass services such as etching, back-painting, or printing.
Laminated glass offers solar energy control. When using daylight in your environment, too much can create a lot of heat. Control daylighting with our laminated glass to reduce energy usage. This also can contribute to LEED certification within your building.
Laminated glass also acts as a sound barrier due to its inherent sound-absorbing properties. This makes it a perfect option for glass walls and partitions where privacy and sound control are top priorities.
Lastly, laminated glass offers UV control reducing deterioration and fading within your environment. The interlayers used in laminated glass can filter out almost all damaging UV rays.
Our decorative glass lookbook will show you our various fabrication techniques, decorative glass collections, and patterns. Learn about our glass services consisting of back-painted, etched, carved, and laminated, and printed services ensuring a jaw-dropping feature in any environment.
By taking input from the design community, our in-house designers, and months of testing, we our proud to present our Exclusive Decorative Glass Patterns Library.
This ever expanding collection of patterns and designs is created completely in house and not available anywhere else. These designs are available for any of our decorative glass services. Feel free to mix and match patterns and services for a unique, one of a kind look.
You can apply any of these designs to our architectural glass products such as; glass shower doors, barn doors, glass tabletops, and lighted mirrors.