Decorative Architectural Glass Firm EFI Presents Dynamic Modern Design Options for the Hospitality and Design Industry

Date: 12 September 2011
Exquisite, Sustainable Glass Interior Products Include: Custom Tabletops, Closet Doors, LED Shelves and Bathroom DecorKERNERSVILLE, N.

C., Sep 07, 2011 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- A leading North American design and manufacturing innovator for architects and designers, EFI ( ) announces its custom interior glass products designed for the hospitality and design industry, including notable eco-friendly (ISO 14001 certified) options.

"Functional, dramatic and contemporary designs are at the heart of today's most notable hotel interior design renovations," commented Kevin Moore, president of EFI. "With stunning custom glass designs, dramatic interior transformations can be creatively accomplished without oversized budgets."

Glass Tabletops and Base Structures: With EFI's versatile base structures even the most utilitarian tabletops can be transformed into high art with custom etching and designs. Durable, smudge resistant and unique, EFI's glass tabletop designs are ideal for occasional tables, desks, vanities and more.

Closets and Shelving: EFI's striking and efficient European-style luxury closet doors and LED shelf lighting create a visually clean, open and dramatic environment and support sustainability efforts with eco-friendly lighting and materials.

Bathrooms: No matter a hotel's design aesthetic, EFI's range of architectural glass products for bathrooms can illuminate, update and visually set the stage to soothe and rejuvenate guests. Distinctive mirrored surfaces, glass tiles, etched shower doors, decorative accents and more offer evocative yet easy updates for even the most dated environments.

"At EFI, we vigilantly balance functionality, innovation and art in our custom glass designs and applications," added Brent Moore, VP of EFI. "We are pleased to offer the best of both worlds to our discriminating North American commercial clients--modern European styling and swift American manufacturing--to bring even the most unique hospitality vision to life."

About EFI

insight. innovation. influence.

EFI, formerly Exact Finish Inc., is a leading manufacturer and progressive designer of aluminum framed doors, room dividers, architectural glass and other interior products featuring modern translucent glass designs. Fusing modern European style with accomplished American production, EFI is known for the exceptional original and custom products, prompt service and the creativity it provides to commercial and residential architect and design clients. For more information, visit or call 1.800.668.7080.

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