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Here at GlassArt Design, we are known among our suppliers for our exacting standards. Our approach is to carefully inspect each sheet of glass coming into the Studio. We work with the best, and reject the rest. The same goes for the in-house specialty glass products we carry. Explore our offerings, and we’ll be happy to explain the differences and talk with you about your project.

Etched Glass

Etched glass applies a light, frosted texture to glass via sandblasting. Etching can be done evenly over an entire piece, or areas of the glass may be masked prior to sandblasting to create patterns, depth, and texture.

Patterned Glass

GlassArt Design provides dozens of unique patterns for applications such as shower stalls or office dividers. Pattern glass is in-stock and manufactured in factories to conform to a consistent texture or pattern.


Our Firemolded glass is heated in a kiln until it is soft, at which point it relaxes into a mold loaded into the kiln. The result is a fluid, organic pattern that varies naturally from panel to panel.

Carved Textures

Like etching, carved textures are achieved by sandblasting. But while some etching results in soft, even surface, carved textures feature more depth and dimensionality.


We can custom-coat glass of any thickness with any color. Our artisans hand-mix colors to match Pantone® colors or to visually match the color of your choice. Coatings can be applied to provide either a gloss or matte finish with the color. We can also apply a marine-grade Clear Shield coating that bonds to the glass and makes it maintenance-friendly.

Elements Glass

This natural product is made from ninety-nine percent recycled glass and contains no resins or chemicals, making it the ultimate environmentally friendly surface. It fights bacteria, and requires no maintenance. It’s an excellent choice for kitchen countertops, islands, vanities, bar tops, back splashes, shower stalls, tub surrounds, tables, fireplace surrounds, and more.


Using either machine rollers or hand tools, our artisans create a variety of edge finishes, ranging from jagged edges to a flat polished edge to bevels and rolled finishes.

Antique Mirror

This popular technique adds an antique finish and evokes historical design details for visual interest to a mirror. Choose from one of seven patterns, or custom-order your own.

Stained and Leaded

These traditional artisan techniques involve cutting glass into patterns held by metal frames. Our artisans can create a design that you supply with colored stained glass or use a clear mottled glass for your cabinets, windows or doors or they can create a custom leaded design to your specifications.

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