By replicating the intricate carving design on the doors onto the sidelites, we were able to achieve a truly seamless look that exudes elegance and sophistication, while providing privacy.
The Garden Club made a decision to improve the entrance of the local library in Wharton. We were hired to create a fanciful fairy tale design on the glass surrounding the doors. If you look closely, you'll notice how the etching changes the way the glass appears. Your view is subtly obstructed, drawing your focus to the doors and making it difficult to see inside.
Etching on the powder bathroom window can not only provide a beautiful design but also offer privacy when the window is facing public view or an odd location. It's an excellent solution to maintain privacy without sacrificing natural light or a view.
If your home has a leaded glass front door that faces a busy street, you might be concerned about privacy. One solution is to etch the face of the bevels while leaving a portion of the glass clear. This way, you can see anyone who approaches the door, but it will obscure the view for passersby at a distance.
This alley kitchen window faces an unsightly garage located across the way. To address this issue, the best solution was to create a design that complements the historic home's style while also blocking the unpleasant view from the window. The design also allows anyone to enjoy the beautiful sky on sunny days.