Custom Glass: Tabletop Glass for Your Home or Office

For anybody looking to add a unique element to their home or office, custom glass fixtures are always a beautiful option. One gorgeous custom glass feature is tabletop glass. Tabletop glass is unique because it can be used in a variety of different rooms, it can fit with many different design aesthetics, and it is perfect for the home or the office. Ryan’s all-glass discusses tabletop glass and what makes it a great custom glass feature. 

Tabletop Glass at Home

Custom glass tabletops have long been popular among homeowners, and they are one of the most stylish pieces for a modern or classic appearance. Whether you want a coffee table, an end table, or a dining room table, a custom glass surface brings a unique look to any space. Ryan’s all-glass works with tabletop glass and other custom glass features to bring your home to life. Tabletop glass pieces are versatile and able to blend in with any room design. Modern pieces gleam in the sun with rounded edges, while traditional glass features have wood along the edges.

Tabletop Glass at the Office

When it comes to daily life at the office, you always want to make a strong statement when clients come to visit. You never get a second chance to make a first impression. For many potential clients, your office is their first impression. Tabletop glass conference room tables are a great way to impress prospects and clients, especially when making presentations. They also improve the office experience for your employees. A good conference room is a crucial part of office productivity; a custom glass tabletop makes your meetings more engaging thanks to an aesthetically pleasing environment.

Custom Glass Options

Tabletop glass items are unique pieces for a home or office, but a custom glass table takes it to the next level. Whether you want a standard cut or you need a size that isn’t readily available, Ryan’s all-glass works with you to find the perfect item for your home or office. Custom tables leave guests and potential clients with a wonderful impression of your home or business. 

Contact Ryan’s all-glass for More Information

Ryan’s all-glass can help spice up your home or business with beautiful tabletop glass pieces. Call us at (513) 771-4440 or contact us online for more information on our custom glass options.

What’s the Difference Between a Flat Edge Polish and Pencil Edge Polish?

Flat Polished Edge vs. Pencil Polished Edge: What’s the Difference?

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The type of edge treatment you choose for your glass project has a direct effect on the look, style, and usability of your glass. Polished edges offer a refined glossy finish, but what’s the difference between different styles of polished edge treatments? In today’s blog, we dive into what sets a flat polished edge and a pencil polished edge apart, and we offer practical applications for each.

Flat Polished Edge

A flat polish is a straight edge treatment that offers clean lines, a sleek appearance, and a glossy finish. Most flat polish edge treatments also feature a 45° chamfer at the top and bottom edge, which softens the sharpness and offers an added design appeal. To achieve this beveled look and feel, glass is run along a belt to remove glass chips and smooth edges. This results in a polished, finished look that’s often displayed on frameless mirrors, elegant table tops, decorative cabinets, and more.

The appeal of a flat polished edge is largely due to its economical properties and showcase value. Because the glass edge is so simple and refined, it showcases the glass thickness beautifully.

Pencil Polished Edge

A pencil polish is a rounded edge treatment that’s typically found on glass protector tops. The term ‘pencil’ refers to the rounded glass finish of the edge radius, which is similar to the roundness of a pencil. This style of edge treatment is ideal for circular tables or furniture with rounded corners, as glass protector tops fit nicely on these. A pencil polish can often be found on mirrors, adding an aesthetic quality to the function and design.

One important benefit of a pencil edge polish is its safety. Since the edges are rounded, it’s difficult to injure yourself on the polished edge. When compared to flat edge polishes, the pencil polished treatment is the best choice for glass that will be placed in high traffic areas. And it looks great as well!

Custom Glass Types with Ryan’s all-glass

Flat polished edges and pencil polished edges are quite different, yet they both showcase your aesthetic style. If you want sharp looking style for your glass tabletop or mirror, talk with the pros at Ryan’s all-glass for expert advice.

From stunning frameless shower enclosures to intricate custom glass projects, there’s nothing our team can’t tackle. Call 513-771-4440 or browse our website for more glass inspirations. We look forward to hearing from you!