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Decorative glass for furniture

June 05, 2020
Last updated on May 29, 2023

Furniture: That almost inevitable fixture in all interior design projects. Whether you are doing up a home or designing the interiors of an office, coming up with novel ideas for modern furniture can be quite a tall order.

But on the positive side, this challenging task is also your chance at creating a lasting impression. Glass design has an appeal that is classic and contemporary at the same time, and furniture in glass is sure to make a stunning effect. Not just that, glass is also a more sustainable option as against materials like wood. With the growing thrust on environment-friendliness, the shift to glass only makes for a better lifestyle choice and a carbon-neutral future.

Types of Decorative Glass

There are several types of decorative glass for furniture, and one is truly spoilt for choice when it comes to the variants. Choose from any or more of the following types of decorative glass:

1.Clear Glass

For a clean and transparent look.

2.Tempered Glass

When the furniture demands toughened glass.

3.Tinted Glass

For that hint of colour needed in the glass.

4.Lacquered Glass

Experience the magic of lacquer and colour in one glass.

5.Frosted Glass

For that opaque look ideal for partitions that ensures privacy.

6.Bevelled Glass

When you need a dramatic glass that also gives a prism effect.

7.Stained glass

For a look that is both ornamental and colourful at the same time.

8.Textured glass

When you want your glass to play with textures.

Applications of Decorative Glass in Furniture

  • Glass table tops
  • Countertops
  • Partitions
  • Shelves
  • Wardrobes
  • Cabinets
  • Crockery Units

Advantages of using decorative glass in furniture

  1. Easy installation 
  2. Minimal maintenance and easy to clean
  3. Provides Reliability
  4. Environment-friendly
  5. Compatible with interior

Get set to revolutionize furniture design with Saint-Gobain. The glass various types of glass have been thoughtfully designed for different applications. So whether it is for table tops or countertops, wardrobes or cupboards, there is something for everything. Be it home furniture or office furniture, the exhaustive range of glass for modular furniture is just what you are looking for when it comes to interior design ideas.

Decorative glass for furniture can work wonders to enhance its visual appeal. For instance, a range of patterned glass from Saint-Gobain like SGG Décor glass can bring in that dash of creativity to furniture with glass. These translucent glasses come with interesting geometrical patterns. They are well-suited for furniture like table tops, countertops, modular cabinets, partitions, tables, modular furniture, in kitchen designs, etc.


The glass, with its translucence and satin-like texture lends an unparalleled sophistication to glass furniture. If the clear, clean look is preferred, then you could go in for 654PPM or SGG Planilux. A float glass for furniture, these are ideal for table tops, coffee tables, etc. Then there is the SGG Diamant, an extra clear glass best suited for vanity cabinets, wardrobes, kitchen cabinets, glass shelves, table tops, countertops, etc.

Coloured glass or lacquered glass adds more glamour to an otherwise mundane looking piece of furniture. Choose from different colours, textures and patterns to exponentially enhance the aesthetics of furniture. Moreover, furniture is not just about visual appeal, but also about utility. So the material needs to be easily installed, cleaned and maintained, which is precisely what glass is capable of. What’s more, glass is moisture-free and scratch-resistant, adding to the durability factor. So, go ahead and make a style statement with glass in furniture and make an impression that truly lasts.




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