Glass Countertops | Glass Tabletops | Orlando Glass Cutting
Glass tabletops and countertops are a practical choice for kitchens, bathrooms, and bars.
Glass tabletops and countertops are a practical choice for kitchens, bathrooms, and bars. Available in any thickness, size, shape, or finish, glass tabletops and counters can protect delicate wood or be used to replace the existing material entirely.
Gary’s Quality Mirrors & Glass fabricates custom glass countertops and tabletops for homes, businesses, restaurants, and bars throughout Central Florida.
Where To Use Glass Countertops And Tabletops
Glass countertops and tabletops can be used in a few different ways. One way is to use the glass as the countertop or, more likely, the actual table. This creates the illusion of space in any room, whether it is a kitchen, dining room, or living room. Glass visually “disappears” in a room, which makes glass tabletops a great choice in cramped spaces. It works equally as well in dark rooms as in light ones, creating a sense of space in both.
Another way glass countertops and tabletops are used is as a protective surface. Glass is easier to clean and maintain than wood. That’s why you see so many restaurants and bars with protective glass covering for their tables and bars. You can re-create this practical use in your own home with custom glass countertops from Gary’s Quality Mirrors & Glass.
Glass In The Kitchen And Bath
The use of glass extends beyond countertops and tabletops. Glass backsplashes, custom glass shelving, stained glass windows or stained or beveled cabinet inserts can all be used in kitchens and baths. Glass is a classic material that will never go out of style, is easy to care for and clean, and tempered designs are extremely durable.
Design Custom Glass Countertops and Tabletops With Help From Gary’s Quality Mirrors & Glass
Contact us if you would like to enhance your décor or protect your furnishings and finishes with custom glass solutions. We’ll set up a time for us to visit your home or business to take measurements and come up with some design options that will meet your needs.