Glass paint technology has evolved to meet the ever increasing demand for back painted glass products.

This versatile product is used predominantly for cladding applications and is equally suited for use as a residential kitchen spashback as it is to cladding the walls within a busy office reception.

Where previously looked upon as a feature to be used sparingly, back painted glass has developed into a fundamental element of contemporary design and is often used as the primary wall finish.

The range of applications is virtually endless, and the following are just a few typical examples

Splashbacks - kitchens, serverys, back bars, tea points and vanity units
Decorative wall cladding - reception areas, lift lobbies, meeting rooms, AV walls
Bathrooms and WC - wall cladding, bath and shower enclosures, urinal screens and cubicle door and wall cladding
Bespoke Joinery - reception desks, bars, counters, credenza, vanity units

The standard Saperclad Design range offers 30 of our most popular flat and metallic colours but in order to give our clients maximum flexibility and design choice there is also the Saperclad Design Plus range which allows colours to be selected from RAL classic, BS or Dulux trade colour pallets. Saperclad Design Bespoke offers further choice consisting of non standard colours matched against clients own paint or suitable colour samples.

Saperclad Design is supplied as standard as 6mm thick low iron toughened glass. We can also supply Saperclad Design products in a wide range of other standard glass types and thicknesses including double faced laminated glass variants.

The appearance of Saperclad Design can be further enhanced when combined with finishes from PARAGON GLASS DESIGNS ranges such as acid etched surface to create a luxurious matte finish or kiln formed glass to create unique textured panels.

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Please note that due to limitations in electronic colour reproduction, all colours shown are indicative only, samples are available upon request Low iron glass is required in order to achieve a true representation of the colour