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Digitally Printed Glass Customized with Pattern

Customizing elements and materials in commercial or residential interiors was once reserved for big projects with even bigger budgets. But with the rise of print-on-demand technology, that’s all changed. Interior designers can now easily and affordably customize anything, even privacy glass panels. Why pick a design off the shelf when digitally printed glass allows you to create a truly unique space?

Our partner Vistamatic is an industry leader in privacy glass solutions. We love working with them for a whole slew of reasons. First, they are a family-owned company and make their products right here in the United States. They also use as many local and recycled materials as possible. Their glass helps control infection and is super easy to clean with industrial-strength products. Extremely durable, their glass panels are easy to install and relatively maintenance-free. The best part? Using the latest in digital printing technology, they are able to offer highly customized products.

See how good digitally printed glass looks with the right pattern.

What comes next?

Interested in getting a sample of Vistamatic’s digitally printed glass with a pattern you love? It’s easy!

  1. Find a pattern you like in our online library of over 500 patterns.
  2. Click on the icon that says: Glass Wall & Panel
  3. Fill out the pop up message box with your name and info.
  4. Hit send!

It’s that easy! Once your sample comes, see if it’s the right fit for your project. And don’t forget, if the color isn’t quite perfect, you can always work with us to make it the absolute perfect pattern, color, and scale. That’s the fun of customizing, you never have to settle for close enough when you can have perfect. Did we answer all your questions? If not, leave them in them comments and we’ll be sure to answer them.

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Kristin Crane

Kristin Crane has designed jacquard designs for the home furnishing and residential jobber market for many years, with mills in the US and in China. Today, she writes about pattern and design trends for Design Pool from her home in Providence, Rhode Island. When not writing about fabric, she can be found weaving in her home studio or hiking along the Rhode Island coast.


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