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Knobby glass(?) for upper cabinets

Posted by schoolhouse (My Page) on
Sat, Dec 8, 12 at 8:53

In the movie, Brighton Beach Memoirs, I noticed the uppers of the cupboards in the kitchen had that knobby privacy glass. It's the type of window I've always wanted in my bathroom door. I live in an old school, so thought it would be a neat thing plus there are no windows in the bathroom and this would allow some light but still give privacy. But I'm OT - what is this glass called and what do you think of this in upper kitchen cabinets? Would it look strange because the unfitted cupboard across the room has normal glass?


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RE: Knobby glass(?) for upper cabinets

I'm not sure just what you mean, but I'd bet you can find it here:

Here is a link that might be useful: bendheim glass catalog


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RE: Knobby glass(?) for upper cabinets

Might it be waffle- 2nd row, first on left at link?

Here is a link that might be useful: Architectural Glass Effects


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RE: Knobby glass(?) for upper cabinets

Thanks jakuvall, that's a great link; but the pattern I see in the Bendheim Glass catalog called "Clear Starburst" is very close to what I have in mind. It reminds me of the windows of the restroom doors in the grade school I attended. Thank you writersblock.

I can actually get this type of glass at a local window glass business, just can't remember what it's called other than "privacy glass". Does anyone here have this in upper cabinet doors?


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