Beveled Glass

Beveled glass is made by taking large pieces of glass and creating an angled surface around the entire edge of the glass. Beveled glass is most commonly used for aesthetic reasons, as it is the easiest to coat, texture, and design.

Common beveled glass applications include:

  • Table tops
  • Mirrors
  • Windows
  • Walls
  • Shower doors
  • Entry doors
  • Insulated units

Why Opt For Beveled Glass?

Because the edges are cut at an angle, beveled glass can be a unique choice for most designs. It can create more elegant designs that leave a great impression.

Both tempered and annealed glass can be used for beveling — making it a good choice for almost any application.

Additionally, beveled glass can be used for insulated glass purposes.

Beveled glass can be frosted, colored, or clear, and is a great choice for more complicated design. The combination of multiple pieces of beveled glass can create unique and stunning architecture, as is seen in cathedrals.