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Glass Breakfast Bar

30 - November 2011

Clearly a stunning addition

Problems that often face both clients and designers when deciding on whether to include a breakfast bar feature in kitchen designs include the potential ‘heavy’ aesthetic impact of the feature – particularly with raised over bars – and the overuse of one particular material in the scheme.

Choosing glass for a breakfast bar feature of a kitchen, island or worktop can add an unexpected contemporary and stylish embellishment to any design, providing contrasting textures whilst also opening up sight lines, so that the full effect of the design can be appreciated.

Over the years Great British Interiors have created a wide range of glass features in differing shapes, colours, textures and thicknesses with a multitude of functions and looks which have transformed and enhanced many of our client schemes, and of course, added that much sought after wow factor.

Glass can be produced in various thicknesses, shapes and finishes. This includes spray painting in virtually any BS or RAL colour, sand blasted, acid etched, as well as a dramatic ‘cracked ice’ effect – again in different colours, and we will always welcome the chance to embrace any ideas of your own.

A browse around our web pages will let you have a look at some of the stylish glass breakfast bars we have created for previous clients, and do remember - we can manufacture these items in almost any colour you require.

Clearly, to find out how best to use these ideas in your own home a visit by one of our own designers will pay dividends and we look forward to having that opportunity.

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