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Varieties of blues, reds, greens, and purples are among the most popular, from cobalt and sapphire to ruby and emerald. You may opt for onyx black for an intense look or crystal for something that really shimmers. Amber, copper, and chestnut fire glass can create a rustic feel.How do you obscure glass?
Obscure glass is a type of texture that is specifically designed to decrease visibility between two spaces. Most commonly used in bathrooms as well as in offices, it provides you with privacy but at the same time, still allows natural light to flood into your home. You are able to choose how obscure you want your particular glass window to be ...How is obscure glass made?
Stippolyte glass is made by glass experts Pilkington. It has a textured finish which obscures light without having a negative effect on the brightness of the interior. The name Stippolyte is taken from the verb ‘stipple’ meaning to create a decorative effect by using many small dots and is often associated with painting, drawing and engraving.