Wall Panelling With Lacquered Glass!

Aug 01, 2012  |  No Comment

 

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When it comes to designing a restaurant, you have a lot on your plate – from wall panelling to flooring, from furniture to lighting to  colourful and layered curtains. 

 

 It’s a menu by itself, and you can’t wait to cook up a storm to satiate your clients. But while you are eager to bring in some fresh creativity to the table, the wall panel is driving you up the wall! Readymade wall hangings are a stale idea, and so are wall paintings & murals.

 

So what do you do to create a wall that stands a class apart? Or maybe a glass apart? You’ve nailed it finally! Your wall will not be built brick by brick; it will be built glass by glass. With Saint-Gobain Glass. The glass can be cut into various shapes, etched and used as geometric panels. Now you get a clear picture of the larger-than-life chessboard that you had visualized as the wall panel. But a chessboard needs two colours and you’ve already decided on Red & Black. How do you go about achieving that? With Planilaque Evolution – a series of lacquered & coloured glass from Saint-Gobain Glass. Check-mate!

 

 SGG Planilaque is the ideal choice for interior decor, perfect for a wide range of applications. It can be used to clad cabinet/wardrobe/internal/ sliding doors, furniture, showcases and writing boards apart from wall panels& other decorative panels. Beyond the dining area, it can also be  used in the lobby and restroom. An interesting palette of 10 attractive colours only makes it all the more vibrant and versatile. 

 

Planilaque Evolution can be easily installed; it is also extremely hassle-free to maintain. It is an eco-friendly glass and contains no traces of VOC, lead, copper, formaldehyde and arsenic. This coloured & lacquered glass is produced using the high-end lacquer on glass process. It is packed with features like durability, opacity, humidity & heat resistance and colour consistency.

 

For your chessboard on the wall, you have not one, but two Red options to choose from the Planilaque range – Opera Red & Flame Red. Blend it with Black, and you’ve made the perfect move with Saint-Gobain Glass! Now, just get ready to watch your clients, and theirs, drool over your winning creation…