The Matelac Collection, a New Range of Decorative Glasses From Glaverbel

Date: 19 June 2006
Source: Glaverbel
Glaverbel recently launched the Matelac range of coloured glasses. Designed for use in contemporary furniture and wall coverings, this rich range of 12 colours creates an opaque, satin-finish appearance where the glass merges seamlessly with its surroundings.

Polished appearanceMatelac is a float glass with one painted side and one acid-etched side.Highly prized by interior designers and architects for its soft, satin-finish appearance, Matelac brings a colourful touch of sophistication. Silver and metallic shades are back!

Indoor applications only
Matelac glass is primarily designed for use in furniture: tables, shelves, fixed and sliding doors for cupboards and wardrobes, glass display cases and base units. However, a new trend is emerging - glass is now being used for wall coverings. Matelac is now the ideal choice for a wide range of places, such as restaurants, shops, kitchens, living rooms or bathrooms.

Easy maintenance
Matelac is stain resistant; the acid-etched side can be cleaned with clear water. No special cleaning products are required.

Matelac Safe, extra safety
Matelac also comes in a special safety version called 'SAFE'. A polypropylene film is applied to the varnished side of the glass which protects the paint from scratches and prevents injury should the glass break (the shards stick to the film).

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