Dreamwalls Etched Glass can be back-painted to create Dreamwalls Matte Color Glass for some truly beautiful interiors. For today’s post, I’m focusing on 4 different places that can benefit from the use of Dreamwalls Matte Color Glass on vertical (wall) surfaces.
1) Residential kitchens: The soft teal green of this acid-etched background adds a whisper of color. The backsplash faced a large open window wall, and the homeowners didn’t want the glare from certain times of day to make their time preparing meals to be uncomfortable. Acid-etched back painted glass was a perfect solution. It added calming color of the ocean, with a light-absorbing finish, that is durable, easy-to-clean, and waterproof.
2) Corporate breakrooms: The navy acid-etched glass in this breakroom gives the finishes an instant upgrade. They had existing cabinets to work around, and weren’t in a position to upgrade the countertops or do any major demolition, but wanted to add their specified corporate colors in a bold way. They were able to easily install this backsplash panel – which was basically a simple rectangle with two specified outlet holes – and have a completely updated and sophisticated look instantly. Viola!
3) Office Interiors: This office interior used acid-etched glass in a variety of ways. The medical office reception desk used a soft green acid-etched backpainted glass in a soothing green. The soft glow of color and texture feels renewing and calming,…important qualities in any medical office. Additionally, in the background, the design called for a custom frosted divider in the background. This functions incredibly well to allow the office staff to have visibility and privacy at the same time.
4) Retail Stores: The acid-etched mirror on the walls of this retail store shelving gives a sleek, futuristic glow. The seams were created to coincide with store fixtures and create a grid-like, graphic element to the store interior. The back-lit acid-etched (low-iron, of course for that cool white color) glass as the horizontal surfaces gives a glow that will highlight any product beautifully.
Nice, right? To be sure, this colorful glass with a matte finish is a new product to the glazing industry. But we at Dreamwalls do it better than anyone else in the U.S., and we’d like to make some Matte Color Glass for you. Where have YOU seen acid-etched back-painted or silvered walls used to great effect?