Panels Pair For Patterned Glass

Composite door manufacturer Hallmark Doors & Panels is now offering customers a choice of contemporary patterned glass designs from Saint-Gobain Glass.

The seven patterned glasses will be available in the company’s wide range of composite, PVC-U and aluminium doors and panels, helping homeowners create bright and stylish entranceways whilst retaining privacy levels.

A spokesperson from Hallmark says: “We’ve recently been voted by installers as the number one manufacturer in the National Fenestration Awards.  We believe this is due to our excellent product range backed by customer service.  Partnering with Saint-Gobain Glass and adding their range of patterns to our offering will help us to enhance our product range and continue to give installers and homeowners modern, stylish doors that meet their needs.”


Simple or textured

The patterned glass range gives customers the choice of smart and simple to more textured and sophisticated designs and includes:

  • Master-Carre, which is characterised by the illusion of small, shiny evenly spaced squares, contrasting with a matt background.

  • Master-Soft is structured by two diagonals, very finely engraved. Small 3D patterns create a softer, mellow effect.

  • Master-Ligne gives a balanced view through a series of bright, parallel lines printed on a matt background.

  • Master-Point provides a fine texture of compact dotted lines to gently diffuse light.

  • Fluid features a 3D wave-like effect inspired by nature and architecture. It is a very tactile glass that suggests the motion of soft flowing water.

  • Thela is lightly textured, with a stylish horizontal and vertical crisscross design.

  • Visiosun features parallel lines that create a fluted glass effect. This directional pattern can be used in both vertical and horizontal orientation.

Each glass can be toughened, laminated, back-painted, lacquered, silvered and sandblasted.


Door designer

The new pattern glass designs are available on the Door Designer page of the Hallmark Doors website, where visitors can create a bespoke design by choosing from more than 150 composite doors, hundreds of glazing options and over 2,000 colour options.



Picture: The Saint-Gobain Glass patterned glass range is now available from Hallmark Doors

Article written by Cathryn Ellis
27th June 2024


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