obscure glass

obscure glass

[əb′skyu̇r ′glas]
(materials)
Translucent glass.

obscure glass

A glass that has one or both faces acid-etched or sandblasted to obscure vision. See also: Glass

obscure glass, visionproof glass

Translucent sheet glass, usually having one face roughened.
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Application ref: 12/0175/FPD Date received: March 15, 2012 Address: 18 Chaucer Close, Billingham Proposal: Removal of existing landing window to side of house and formation of larger window containing Grade 4 obscure glass.
The layout combines high-end custom maple hardwood, curved obscure glass, sliding glass, and pod entryways with 5/8-inch and 1/2-inch reveals, requiring unique installation processes.
A garage, with up and over door, and a heated, ceramic tile floored basement, lit by a double-glazed obscure glass window, occupy the lower ground floor.
Aluminum-trimmed obscure glass cabinets and stainless elements are scattered strategically throughout the kitchen.
The entrance hall is entered via a wooden door with obscure glass panels, and has a textured and coved ceiling and stairs to first floor.
Window and door options include unique interior wood species, obscure glass or glass in Low-E, gray, green or bronze tints and durable extruded aluminum exterior clad in several colors.
There is a second bedroom or study and a bathroom with more mirrored wall panels and obscure glass blocks.
For bathrooms or other places where privacy is a concern, obscure glass is available.
It incorporates obscure glass shading discs and sprung on/off pulls, which beautifully express the act of electrical connection, terminated with single chandelier crystals.
If you have any yellow-colored obscure glass in your windows (usually found at the entry), call your local glass shop and have them changed out immediately to clear glass.
In addition to a selection of rich woods, such as mahogany and teak, alternative materials, such as stainless steel or obscure glass, add a sleek and modern touch.
Homeowners have far more options than just a pane of obscure glass when putting a window in their shower or above the tub.