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Choosing Custom Glass

Can't find the glass design that is just right for you? We may have an answer! Follow these steps for creating a design that is all your own:

  1. Choose a decorative glass design from our extensive selection of stock or special order offerings.
  2. Choose a caming color.
  3. Choose glass types - textures and/or colors.

Mix and match the various components - design, caming, glass texture, to make your new entry system your own. Consider adding a splash of color as well. Coordinate your choices with door hardware, light fixtures and interior furnishings.

4) Visit your retail dealer to start the process.

Once a design is finalized, a quote will be generated. We recommend you plan for 6-8 weeks for delivery of your new custom entry system. It may sound like forever, but it will be well worth the wait!

Caming
Availabilities are listed below each decorative bath window for your convenience.


Bright Zinc

Black Chrome

Brass

Bronze Vein Wrought Iron

Oil Rubbed Bronze


Wrought Iron

Nickel

Patina

Satin Nickel

Nickel Vein Wrought Iron
   

Decorative Glass Textures
The door glass designs that we offer use handcrafted glass in a variety of textures to create dimension, depth, contrast, and privacy while allowing natural light to enter the home. The beauty of handcrafted glass is that every piece is different - slight bubbles, lines, and surface imperfections are all unique characteristics of handcrafted glass. Below are samples of the different variety of glass textures that we offer.

To view all 70 available special order decorative glass options, please click here


 Yellow Swirl


 Alabaster


 Artic


 Bronze Soft Wave


 Clear Renaissance


 Crinkle


 Criss Cross


 Cubed


 Double Glue


 Eaton


 Frosted


 Glacier


 Glue Chip


 Granite


 Gray Renaissance


 Gray Soft Wave


 Iced Granite


 Micro Cubed


 Micro Granite


 Olive Soft Wave


 Palm Amber


 Pale Blue


 Ripple


 Ruby Red


 Seedy


 Slush


 Soft Hammered


 Small Hammered


 Streamed


 Thin Reed


 Rain

   

Disclaimer: Colors in glass are caused by objects placed behind the glass for artistic effect.

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