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How to use a double ended glass block for a bath, kitchen or office wall

Written by Mike Foti on . Posted in Basement Remodeling, Bathroom Remodeling, Commercial Remodeling & New Construction, Glass Block, Kitchen Remodeling

Glass block shower with double end glass blocks
Shower with double end glass blocks on straight wall

If you’re looking to create a glass block wall that steps down then the double ended glass block is for you. Although this is a great looking block you must design with it in the right way for a successful project. Keep these points in mind for your next step down wall:

How to Use Acrylic Blocks vs. Glass Blocks for Window Openings

Written by Mike Foti on . Posted in Bathroom Remodeling, Glass Block, Kitchen Remodeling, Windows

Operable Acrylic Block Bathroom window

Operable Casement Style Acrylic Block Bathroom window

I’ve been asked the question over and over – should I use glass blocks or acrylic blocks for my window project. While I will tell you I admittedly have a bias (I’ve been in the glass block business for over 25 years) my companies sell both glass and acrylic products and I try to recommend what’s best for the customer. Here are my pointers on how to choose between these 2 different materials:  

Using Colored and Frosted Glass Blocks to Design a Wall

Written by Mike Foti on . Posted in Basement Remodeling, Bathroom Remodeling, Glass Block, Kitchen Remodeling

Glass block shower wall with stripe of blue glass blocks

Glass block shower wall with a blue glass block stripe.

If you’re looking for a way to make a stylish glass wall cost effectively I would recommend considering a frosted or colored glass block wall. Whether you’re building a shower stall, conference room, interior partition wall, or a recreation room bar –  a glass block wall with colors can add style, structure and move light. Other places  colored glass blocks have been used is in church windows, exterior windows on the side of homes, transoms, and kitchen backsplashes.

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