Anyone who works with commercial glass projects knows incorporating glass elements into décor adds a bold touch of beauty and elegance to any environment.
Rising energy prices continue to weigh down budgets for homeowners and businesses alike. Since heating and cooling costs make up roughly half of a home’s annual energy budget and half of a commercial building’s, it makes sense to find ways to cut energy use.
For many homes and commercial properties, mirrors and mirrored walls often add a striking design element. They can make a room seem larger, add depth, and brilliantly reflect light or draw in outdoor scenery.
Mirrors can be used to bring a space together, or they may even become the center of attention. The only limitation is that the mirror must blend in harmoniously with the rest of the environment.
With that in mind, here are the answers to some of the most common questions we receive about mirrors and mirrored walls.
Be it a china cabinet passed down through the generations to a historic building, tackling a restoration project of any size is an exercise in commitment.
When looking for a striking, but functional, piece of glass for your next design — consider acid etched glass.
It’s an old favorite in the design world, and for good reason. There are seemingly limitless opportunities to incorporate this beautiful work, and the final result is timeless.
We put together this guide to answer any questions you might have.