BACK PAINTED GLASS
Back painted glass is a unique use of glass that has been growing in popularity in recent years. It is essentially exactly what it sounds like- glass that has been painted on the back side. That way, from the front side, the glass is no longer translucent, but instead a solid color.
The applications for back painted glass vary widely and it is commonly used in both residential and commercial buildings. One of the main uses of back painted glass is simply as a design element. Glass has always added a unique look in any building project which usually translates to a sleek, modern appearance. Back painted glass takes this one step further in that the cool, hard surface remains, but color is added to match any palette.
Many office buildings install back painted glass panels to break up large, plain walls and fill other empty spaces. Another commercial use is marker boards. The painted backside helps marker colors stand out. This is the perfect modern upgrade for offices, schools, churches, and the like.