Unveiling the new Pilkington Oriel Collection

Introducing six new exciting designs to the Pilkington Oriel collection. Pilkington Oriel Cirque™, Linear™, Saturn™, Burdock™, Bay™ Opal and Canterbury™ Opal.

These new designs join the ever popular and well established Pilkington Oriel Canterbury™ and Oriel Laurel™ to update and refresh the collection.All nine designs offer superb visual appeal and excellent functionality; helping to create a stylish home environment.

This new exciting range of stunning, high-end decorative etched glass designs have a modern, matt appearance, with a smooth durable uniform surface - ideally suited for use in a wide range of domestic and commercial applications. Each of the individual designs is created using either Pilkington Optifloat™ or Pilkington Optifloat™ Opal as a substrate and offer excellent light transmission in combination with various levels of privacy.


All designs are incredibly versatile and are the perfect choice for replacing existing windows; particularly in bathrooms or front and back doors, where an injection of contemporary style can be introduced to the room very cost effectively.  They also provide a modern alternative for dividing spaces such as an en-suite bathroom in loft spaces as well as updating splash backs and kitchen cupboards.

The newly updated designs offer superb visual appeal. They were researched with customers, designers and consumers specifically with the intention of offering more contemporary styles for adding elegance and style into one’s home. This means that no matter who you are, there is a design for you! This is important for our trade partners, when it comes to selling the glass. It is also great news for customers, because whether they have a Victorian town house or a modern barn conversion, there is a design to suit every home.

The new Pilkington Oriel designs join the extensive Pilkington Decorative Range which consists of Pilkington Texture Glass, Pilkington Decorative Glass and Pilkington Painted Glass.

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