Replacement Pattern Glass for Your Windows

June 7, 2014

If you are replacing old windows in your home or office you may want to consider Pattern Glass as an alternative. Installing Pattern Glass in lieu of standard clear windows can change the overall appearance of your home. When installed in an office environment; many pattern glass options can add a level of privacy and security to your workplace.

Create your own custom look by selecting a pattern that accentuates your room or the exterior of your home. Here are just a few examples:

  • Narrow or Small Lines
  • Medium Lines
  • Large or Wide Lines
  • Squares or a Grid Pattern
  • Small Dots
  • Frosted
  • Wavy Lines
  • Geometric Stripes
  • And more…..

Let the Light Shine Through:

While the choice of pattern creates a varied level of privacy, most all patterned windows allow a substantial level of natural light to shine in.

With so many styles of patterned windows to choose from, you can develop your own unique style. While some people see windows as just a means to illuminate an area, others will recognize that patterned windows offer a distinctive design opportunity. Professional Interior Designers will use this to their advantage when developing a design concept for a new office, new residential home construction projects, or home renovations and remodeling opportunities.

At inception, patterned glass was primarily used in commercial window applications. In recent years however, there has been a resurgence of the use of patterned glass for use in the residential market. Designers have discovered that patterned glass can be installed in such a way that two interior rooms can share light while maintaining their privacy. Pattern glass can be a much cheaper alternative to the use of glass block walls which have their own installation challenges.

Perhaps the window over your Garden Tub in your bathroom faces the neighbor’s home, or City Street. A pattern glass window over the tub will create the privacy you need. Or maybe you simply want to create a grand entrance to your home by replacing the clear glass in your front door with an elegant pattern to wow your guests when they come to visit.

Additional Uses of Patterned Glass:

While the primary usage of patterned glass is both office and residential windows; here are some additional practical uses:

  • Interior Dividing Walls
  • Kitchen Cabinet Doors
  • Coffee Tables and End Tables
  • Shower and Tub Enclosures
  • Sliding Patio Doors
  • Outdoor Furniture Table Tops

If you are considering installing Replacement Pattern Glass Windows in your home or office, contact One Source Renovation, LLC at to schedule a FREE Quote. (815)-634-8922