Decorative glass is making a comeback in a big way thanks to new technologies that take patterns, textures, and colors to the next level. From watercolor prints to trippy, LED illuminated panels and graphic etchings; there are updated options for every room.
Original hand-painted compositions are photographed and encapsulated into the Infinite Glass material. The collection comprises five designs in five complementary colorways.(Courtesy Carvart)
Taking hand-drawn lines as inspiration, these 12 geometric patterns are available in small and large scales, positive and negative designs, and single- and double-sided etched formats. Designed by Ferreira Design Company.(Courtesy Bullseye Glass)
Thin strips of dichroic glass form an eye-catching accent when set into a field of plain material. Available in two widths.(Courtesy Nathan Allan Glass Studios)
Nathan Allan Glass Studios
A kiln-formed patterned glass that is texture-free, Willow is equally sinuous and structured. It is available tempered or laminated, and comes in several tints and colors.
Illuminated Art Glass
These panels are created using two layers of low-iron PPG Starphire glass laminated with a high-resolution artwork interlayer. The edges are polished and the panels are face-mounted to aluminum frames and backlit with dimmable Fawoo Lumisheet LED panels.(Courtesy Soli)
Isola Murano Glass
The rich colors and intricate patterns of authentic, handmade Murano glass can be combined into one-of-a-kind architectural installations.