Skillful use of glass design in decoration will be

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In the clubhouse decoration industry, the ingenious use of glass design has gradually become a new favorite of clubhouse decoration. Looking into the distance through the French window in the club, especially the endless sea in front of the club, it feels wonderful, so it will be very comfortable to spend a holiday in the club. This scene is so wonderful. Floor to ceiling windows are made of glass. How do you choose glass? Where are different kinds of glass used

1. Laminated glass, a layer of PVB intermediate film is sandwiched between the two pieces of glass, even if the glass is broken, the fragments will stick to the film, effectively preventing the fragments from hurting people. At the same time, the laminated glass will remain adhesive under the action of external forces, will not fall from high places, and will not be easily penetrated by objects. The global China glass network editor believes that this kind of glass can be used in the guardrail of the observation balcony

2. Ordinary flat glass is traditional glass. Mainly at the doors and windows, it plays the role of heat preservation, light transmission, wind protection, space division, etc. it is required to be colorless and have good permeability and flatness

3. Sandblasted glass, which erodes the glass surface with special processes to form a translucent effect, is mostly used in the reception hall and the dining hall or the bathroom, which is both beautiful and private. The editor of the global China glass network believes that this kind of glass can be used in the partition between the guest room and the bathroom, playing a private and romantic role

4. Painted glass is a popular decorative glass at present. With special colloidal dye and coloring on the glass, it can set off the overall decoration style of the club

5. Hot melt glass, also known as crystal three-dimensional art glass, is the integration of classical and modern art forms into the glass, so that the flat glass can be processed into various concave convex patterns





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