"Breeds" of Glass

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Tinted glass, that is, painted in its entire mass, is used for glazing light openings, decorating facades and interiors, interior decoration, as well as for the manufacture of the window, door or decorative stained glass windows, glass doors or partitions. The quality of tinted glass is determined by examining it in natural light, and the sheet should be one meter away from the observer. Colored glasses are sometimes also called absorbent since they absorb more solar thermal energy than ordinary transparent ones. The most popular and "stylish" colors are black, bronze, green, blue and, of course, all kinds of shades of gray.
  

 Tinted Glass
Tinted Glass
Frosted glass is a special type of glass, characterized by an opaque rough surface, which is used primarily to reduce the visibility through the glass product. It often used in the design of glass doors, showers, kitchen aprons and enclosures for stairs. Such glass is also called satin.

Frosted glass is an excellent material suitable for office and residential premises. This is a translucent material that, while maintaining the airiness of space, gives it mystery and intimacy.

 Frosted Glass
Frosted Glass
Frosted glasses are opaque and partially transparent, tinted and colorless. Drawings may be applied to the surface. In the interior, the combination of three types of glass surfaces - frosted, transparent and matte with a pattern - looks spectacular. Using varying degrees of transparency, unique patterns, combining glass of several colors allows you to create a special individual design.

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