Glass countertops from Studio L blend art and function, with maintenance-free and durable surfaces that stand up to day-to-day use in the kitchen or bathroom. The range of textures, colors and other custom design features possible from Studio L transform your home with a truly distinctive look. And since each countertop is hand-crafted, the look and detail of every product is unique.
When creating a glass countertop, you need to select a glass type and glass thickness. You then select cast glass or flat glass. The combinations can be as follows:
- Texture options: Fizzee, Intersections, Tactile, Crumble
- Finish options: clear, back-coated, frosted
- Substrate options: stainless steel, copper, painted, custom
- Finish options: clear, back-coated, digital imaging, frosted
The clarity of glass, kiln-fired to add texture and personality. Our selection ranges from subtle to bold, allowing you to add the right character to your environment. The textured surface is on the bottom side of the countertop. The top surface remains smooth with subtle contours.
The smooth, glossy contemporary look of clear glass brightens every room with a style that is always fresh. Add a substrate panel to complement the effect and conceal the cabinet interior.
When neutral color and clarity count, the special raw material formula makes Ultra Clear the natural choice. It transmits back coated colors with unmatched accuracy and can be used for cast countertops as well.
All countertops styles are available in your choice of standard 3/4" or heavyweight 1" thicknesses. In addition, the 3/4" thickness can be tempered for added strength.
Back Coated Color
Permanent gem-like color on the bottom side shines through to match your design vision. Choose from the solid colors shown here, or have us create your countertop with a custom color. Can be applied to cast glass or flat glass.
Part way between clear flat glass and textured cast glass, frosted glass has a sandetched bottom surface which adds a hint of texture. This translucent look allows light to pass through while softening details.
Transform the character of a room with digitized art or photographs, applied to the bottom side of a clear flat glass countertop.
Use a substrate under your glass countertop to enhance the glass while keeping your cabinet contents out of view. Choose from metallic substrates, solid color panels or a custom substrate.