back-paint

back-paint

To paint the reverse or hidden side of an object, usually for protection against the weather.
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More than 700 tiny lights twinkle behind the laser-etched, back-painted glass face.
This area features back-painted white glass, wall cladding, wood planks, millwork, and high-end European furniture," said MADGI Designer Mariana Panova.
Designed by Studio S designer, Sylvie Antanasio, the Sanibel Collection mingles porcelain backed shell with shimmering back-painted 8 mm glossy, textured and matte glass to create a unique look.
The unified areas are characterised by hexagonal texture flooring, a three-dimensional ceiling and mix of copper varnished metal, old grey oak, back-painted glass and Rosa Portogallo marble.
The main finish is made of wood and back-painted glass for a smarter, classic, refined and polished feel.
The crisp white bubbles contrast with the bar's backdrop--a glowing blue wall made from back-painted glass and lighted by additional LEDs hidden in a cove above.
These are translated to etch-able patterns by Advanced Screening Technology (AST), back-painted using Vitracolor and/or "eco-etch", (a nonacidic, recyclable etching technique), using art glass of virtually every size and description--tempered, laminated, clear plate, and low-iron.
D: Fuller-Phoenix Architectural Products offers Glasspan[TM] wall systems, back-painted modular glass panels for walls and ceilings.
These are used against wire mesh panels, back-painted walls recreating the surface of the water, and sketches and graphic inventions stylizing the shape of the watches themselves.
Background | This Marrakech dinnerware from Crate & Barrel is made f pressed glass and is back-painted with a silver-leaf spiral Dinner plates retail for $14.99.
On the far side is a wall of 3m square plastic sheets back-painted with clouds to create the impression of a Scandinavian sky.