Doors in frosted glass: the sandblasting technique

Doors in frosted glass: the sandblasting technique
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Walls and doors in frosted glass, obtained with sandblasting techniques, very elegant and also functional.

In order to have a frosted glass, it is necessary to use mainly a particular technique: sandblasting. What is it about? An ultra-modern machinery at high speed shoots sand grains on the glass sheets thus obtaining the characteristic opaque effect. Obviously it is possible to regulate both the degree of opacity and to customize the base with a drawing, also very detailed.

Besides the really important scenic effect, aesthetically beautiful, the walls and doors in frosted glass are able to capture the light of the environment and spread it in a very harmonious way, avoiding those annoying reflections that often cause nuisance.

In addition, as we have already said, the processing that gives opacity is also useful to create a certain privacy inside the rooms, a very valid alternative to the insertion of LCD films.

VetroIN offers glass furnishing projects for very special offices. If you want to learn more about this technique, please contact us, ask for images of recent creations that contain frosted glass doors to get an idea of the possible final result.

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