Frosted glass


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frosted glass

[¦frȯs·təd ′glas]
(materials)
Glass that has been etched with sand, or appears to have been so treated.

Frosted glass

Glass which has been surface-treated to scatter light or to simulate frost.

frosted glass

Glass which has been surface-treated to scatter light or to simulate frost.
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Frosted glass balustrades and perforated wood paneling provide a distinctive aesthetic for the elevated dining area.
Here, Elias introduced such traditional details as a quartet of pilasters on both sides, plaster domes above, and wall sconces of the same bronze and frosted glass as the overhead lantern at the entry.
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This they did by wrapping the building in a skin of frosted glass panels, which floats a few metres away from the old structure.
Frosted glass and powder-coated steel computer desk, perfect for the modern interior.
They've added a mirrored vanity with jeweled drawer pulls, frosted glass and a crystal basket light fixture on the ceiling.
Agilent's laser mouse sensor provides 20 times the surface-tracking power of an LED-based optical mouse and can track on smooth surfaces where LED-based optical mice typically fail, such as painted metal, polished wood-grain, glossy photo paper, translucent plastic and frosted glass.
Unique gray-flecked Verona stone countertops will be richly contrasted by upper cabinets of stainless steel and frosted glass, full-height backsplashes of frosted glass and ebony-colored wood lower cabinets.
In the shop windows that line it, screens of frosted glass provide a backdrop for mannequins.
Bedrooms have huge frosted glass beech wardrobes and the bathrooms feature aqua-frosted glass and stainless steel.
Wall sconces - you won't believe how many varieties are available here - with frosted glass sell at a warehouse store for $35 and up; they're $25 here.
Laser-based optical mice can easily track on painted metal, polished wood-grain surfaces, glossy photo paper, translucent plastic, frosted glass and many other previously difficult surfaces.