Fluting refers to the vertical grooves or ridges that are formed on the surface of the glass, giving it a corrugated appearance.
One of the main benefits of using Fluted Glass Doors is its ability to diffuse light. The ridges in the glass scatter the light, creating a soft and diffused glow that can enhance the ambience of a space. With straight lines etched into the glass surface, means it’s not completely transparent and gives more of a sleek ribbed texture.
Made to order, polytec Fluted Glass Doors give you the flexibility to customise your space, making it a popular choice for architects, designers, and homeowners alike. It can be applied to joinery in the kitchen, office, living area, or bedroom wardrobes using polytec’s 25mm Surano doors with a Fluted Glass insert.
polytec offers Aluminium framed doors in both 23mm and 42mm with a selection of colours and finishes available. Inserting Fluted Glass into polytec frames, allows for a wide range of design options. They can be incorporated into modern, minimalist designs or used to add a touch of vintage charm to more traditional spaces.
Fluted Glass has been around for centuries and will continue to look great in an array of design styles that will stand the test of time.
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