Decorative glass

Decorative glass offers great possibilities of different colors and geometric forms. Designs, colors and individual arrangements are limited only by technical possibilities.

Decorative glass is divided into:
– ornamental glass
– lacquered glass
– sandblasted glass
– stained glass

The range of applications of this type of glass is very wide. They are used to shape both the external facades of buildings and the interiors of rooms. Decorative glass is used for external facades, glass facades, window surfaces, overhead glazing, opaque facade strips, partition walls, as elements of modern kitchen and bathroom design, and wherever creativity and unconventional designs are emphasised.


Ornamental glass is a colorless, brown decorative glass with a pattern applied on one or both sides. One side of the glass is embossed, while the other remains smooth, with a pane thickness of 3 to 10mm.

Ornamental glass introduces a game of lighting effects into the interior, optimally illuminates the room and at the same time ensures privacy for people who stay in it. The advantage of ornamental glass is a wide range of patterns (geometric, stylized, figurative, classic or exclusive motifs), which enrich the possibility of use. Depending on the pattern and thickness, it can be thermally toughened, laminated, sandblasted, bent and mounted in insulated glass units.
It is suitable for all types of projects, both in residential and non-residential purposes (offices, shops, hotels, restaurants).
Patterned glass has many uses:
– partition walls and sliding walls
– glass doors and glazed doors
– windows and façade glazing
– shower cabins and bathtub screens
– furniture (desks, tables, counters, shelves)
– internal and external barriers
– steps of stairs, floor slabs
– small urban architecture.



Lacquered glass whose opacity and color is the result of the process of applying and burning a layer of highly resistant varnish on the back of the glass. It is suitable for use in interiors where color is needed to set the mood, including rooms such as kitchens and bathrooms. It is used both in residential buildings and offices, hotels, shops, etc. for the following applications:
– wall coverings
– elements of furniture
– doors of wall cabinets.
Lacquered glass combines the aesthetics and color of varnish with the gloss of glass.



Frosted glass is characterized by an ideal uniform, matte surface, which allows for optimal lighting of the room, while protecting it from outside views. Sandblasted glass is obtained in the process of matting one of the sides of the pane. It has many different uses:
– partition walls and sliding walls
– doors, windows and façade glazing
– shower cabins and bathtub screens
– furniture (glass wardrobes, kitchen and bathroom furniture, tables, counters, shelves)
– partition walls of balconies
– steps of stairs, floor slabs.
Sandblasting allows you to decorate the glass in a unique and subtle way. Countless patterns in two combinations (sandblasted transparent pattern or sandblasted transparent background) give the glass product an individual character and diversify its appearance.


Stained glass windows made by Vitroszlif work well in any climate. Both lead tape and self-adhesive foils are successfully used all over the world and in the most diverse climatic conditions. Self-adhesive lead tape consists of min. 99 percent of pure lead. Stained glass films are the highest quality polyester protected with several layers of UV filters that protect the color from fading. Thanks to these protections, the films do not shrink and are resistant to moisture and solar radiation. Stained glass windows in our offer can be made in any size, they can be used for any size of glass, from large window surfaces to tiny furniture panes. Each stained glass window can be made using a different color of lead tape. Stained glass windows are a perfect decoration of furniture fronts, doors, windows, skylights…

Decorative glass

General conditions for making and using stained glass windows