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Glass in all its formsGlass, there is something for everyone. Tempered frosted or satin glass, opaque or mirror effect glass, it can be decorated with patterns of all kinds. This exceptional material is second to none to personalize a room to which it brings as much refinement as lightness. Solid, easy to maintain, it is extremely pure since it does not contain VOCs (understand Volatile Organic Compounds). It can be used as a floor covering as well as a wall covering. Cupboard door, partition, radiator, staircase and railing are other possible variations of glass. Flexible at will, it delimits spaces while giving everyone a different dimension. Light material, glass is available in different thicknesses to adapt to each situation. It can be used with all materials, be it chrome, wood, aluminum, natural stone, wrought iron and many others. It therefore fits into any interior it sublimates, from the most rustic to the most design.
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An interior bathed in light
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Tempered glass or laminated glass?Simple question of safety: the glass can be tempered or laminated. For interior elements such as the steps of a staircase, the railing of the mezzanine or a floor, specialists offer tempered glass whose mechanical resistance is extreme thanks to a heat treatment. It is a safety glass which - in case of deterioration - does not cut. As for laminated glass, it consists of an assembly of specific plastic spacers and glass sheets. In case of breakage, they crumble but the pieces of glass remain in place. Knowing this, we no longer hesitate for a second to renovate its interior and emphasize the fluidity and brightness. From the dressing of old-fashioned cupboard doors to the sliding partitions, from the kitchen splashback to the mezzanine floor, glass brings a breath of freedom.
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