Textured and patterned glass
A suite of glass designs available
Textured glass options
A suite of glass designs are available from First Home Improvements, from privacy glass to leaded patterned glass. Your design consultant is on hand to talk through the best choice for you.
View our gallery below to see some of the options available, all suitable for our double glazing products, whether it’s for a conservatory, windows or doors. These glazing options offer a variety of benefits whilst still ensuring safety and performance. They have become increasingly popular with homeowners for a number of reasons, such as privacy and security and/or aesthetic and practical reasons.
Choose a design for your double glazed product that suits you and complements your home. To view the full range of obscured, bevelled and patterned glass, please contact us or request a quote!
A wide choice of textured/patterned glass designs available
Whether you require textured glass for privacy, the decorative style or to allow more light into the internal rooms of your home. Whichever the reason, we have a design that will meet your requirements. Choose from the traditional, classic or contemporary, add a decorative feature to your windows.
There is a choice of patterns that will obscure the view, all with very different levels of obscurity to choose from. All our glazing options offer safety and performance just like our clear glass that comes as standard in our double glazing windows.
Choose from our wide range of bevelled designs, including bespoke options customised with a range of coloured lead profiles and coloured effect films. Contact us to find out more about the full range.
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Patterned, obscured and bevelled glass designs
Check out the gallery of some of the different textured glass designs available. Whether it’s for the style or privacy, we have the design to meet your requirements. Click on the thumbnail to find out the name of the patterned glass.