Frosted Glass 101

Frosted Glass 101

Are you wondering if frosted glass is a good option for your next home improvement project? We’re here to fill you in on everything you need to know.

If you are thinking about incorporating textured glass into the design elements in your home or business, you may be wondering which type you should add. Textured glass is ideal when used within your property for various reasons; at the top of this list is the privacy it gives where necessary while feeling modern and allowing light and sight lines to flow. You have likely come across ribbed, rain, reeded, screen, and more. Among those options is a crowd favorite: frosted glass.

Learn more about this material below.

What is Frosted Glass?

Unlike clear glass panes in windows, this frosty option is opaque, or at least semi-opaque. It is characteristically cloudy, or as the name implies, frosty-looking. It allows some light through while obscuring the view from both the inside and the outside. 

Why Should You Choose Frosted Glass For Your Property?

As previously mentioned, this frosty choice offers homeowners and business owners privacy. Its cloudy or semi-opaque nature blocks the view into your home, shower, conference room, and office. In addition to giving privacy, this type of glass can be used in the overall design and decor of the room. Unlike traditional clear or untextured glass, these planes provide an aesthetic upgrade to any space.

Where Can Frosted Glass Be Used?

Textured glass can be used throughout your home or business. Any place you need or want this glass boils down to your specific needs in terms of functionality and interior design plans and goals. 

Many people opt to put frosty glass in bathrooms since added privacy in restrooms is always welcome. You can use it for your shower or bathtub enclosure, windows, or even doors into the water closet. Using this glass in these areas eliminates the need for shower curtains, window treatments, traditional doors, and other coverings.

Other non-bathroom places you can use frosted panes of glass in your home include windows in doors or windows around your entryway to add a sense of privacy. You can also use them for shelving in your kitchen, glass cupboard doors to display your favorite dishes and kitchen items, or in the door into your pantry. Tables can be made of this glass, including dining, coffee, and side tables.

Contact New Concepts Glass Design for All of Your Frosted Glass Needs Today!

If you want to incorporate frosted glass in your home or business, contact the glass professionals at New Concepts Glass Design today! With more than three decades of industry experience, our team of experts can help your vision come to life, whether you want a glass handrail, glass shower door, or have another custom project in mind. 
We are proud to serve Salt Lake City, Park City, Murray, Utah, and surrounding cities and are dedicated to providing quality products and superior customer service. Contact us today for a quick and free estimate on your custom glass project!