Back Painted Glass Backsplash
If you open a design magazine or visit websites like Houzz or Pinterest, you can’t miss the sleek backsplashes made of all glass. Back painted glass for a kitchen backsplash is not only sleek and beautiful, it is probably the most functional of all the backsplash options. With a seamless piece of glass, you can make a contemporary design statement and never have a grout line to clean again.
Builders Glass of Bonita, Inc. leads the industry in custom glass designs and installations. Two years ago, we were the first to offer custom back painted glass for backsplashes and walls. Today we remain the only Glass Company in Naples, Bonita Springs and all across South West Florida to offer Custom Color Matched Glass Backsplashes. From design, color selection, template, fabrication, and most importantly the painting, is all done in-house! The final installation is completed in your house, by our team of Glass Artisans.
We love back painted glass and the endless possibilities it can be used for. We are excited the design industry has made Glass one of the most sought-after options for the modern house.
How did we become the only Glass Company that offers back painted glass produced ‘in-house’?
I remember the first time I was introduced to back painted glass over 10 years ago. A sales rep brought in a small sample of white back painted glass. I thought it was sleek and contemporary, and I loved it. I immediately ordered a whole sheet to cover the walls of one of our office spaces. The quick project turned out great and the wall was quite useful in our business. We often had it covered in dry erase marker with notes and project reminders written directly on it. That was back in 2006. The white glass was manufactured by Dreamwalls, and they later added a few more colors to their offerings. The true white from Dream Walls has been a popular seller, in recent years. In fact, we always keep it in stock at Builders Glass of Bonita, Inc.
Why Painted Glass?
In the last few years, back painted glass has become the ‘it’ material of choice amongst the forward-thinking designers. The color options grew, but were still limited to a small selection of factory-made colors. Clients started requesting custom colors and were never satisfied with the standard options.