Abstract Design to match Composite Door

Jillian – Abstract Design to match Madrid Door – Manchester

Client Jillian

– Hi Jillian, here we have Option A which has a gluechip overlay (Texture 752) in some areas of the design and the other areas can be either clear or you can have a backing glass such as Stippolyte from this page showing in all of the other areas. If you chose an obscure backing glass this would cover the whole of the back of the sealed unit and it would be visible in all of the areas that do not show the gluechip overlay. Option B shows the leadwork and the bevels without any added overlays and you can have the whole panel with a Stippolyte backing glass (as pictured at the bottom) or you can have it without an obscure backing glass so the window will be clear. All of the bevels will be clear bevels and the lead we use would be standard natural lead unless stated otherwise.

UPDATE Hi Jill, I have changed the textured sections to the Texture 756 and I have redesigned each panel to remove the busy areas from the corners as you described. If you would like any more changes whatsoever, please just let me know and I will make the alterations straight away for you.
The shadowed areas in the background will be the clear areas of your glass.

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Abstract Design to match Composite Door

Abstract Design to match Composite Door

Abstract Design to match Composite Door

Abstract Design to match Composite Door