MyColour By Lacobel-Custom Colours

Date: 5 November 2009
Source: AGC
Lacobel painted glass is emerging as one of the trendiest materials in use today. Designed exclusively for indoor applications, the standard range of Lacobel painted glasses comprises 25 colours: splendid surfaces that shape light and space in new and astonishing ways.

But now AGC is offering a brand new service: MyColour by Lacobel. With this online tool you can quickly order Lacobel glass in the colour of your choice (if your order is at least 200 m²).
It's easy to use:Click on the MyColour by Lacobel banner.
Enter your login and password. If you don't have them yet, please contact your nearest AGC sales office.
The system will then give you two options:
You can either type in the relevant RAL or Pantone colour reference (if you already know it).
Or you can send us a piece of fabric, paper or any other item and within a week we will send you a sample of painted glass in the colour you wish to reproduce. If the test is conclusive, you can place your order using the paint reference we give you. Orders will be delivered within 3 to 4 weeks.
Designers, interior designers and manufacturers of kitchens, sliding doors, tables and other furniture now have a practical tool they can use to quickly customise their creations with unique colours.
Lacobel painted glass: add your personal touch!

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