On 10/31/2011 1:08 PM, Larry Jaques wrote:
>> I am in the middle of a large project again, yes more towers. ;!) I am
> (Hey, Swingy. Just how short IS Leon?)
>> building a pantry for our new home, It stands 8' tall and will be about
>> 8' wide when completed. Thgis is going to be a country style pantry, it
>> will have glass cabinet doors that expose the can goods inside.
> How quaint.
>> Originally I was thinking clear glass but have come to think that glass
>> that defuses the image of the contents of the pantry might be better.
>> I still want to be to identify what is behind the 4 doors but might not
>> want to see with great clarity until the doors are open. We want the
>> colors of what is in the cabinet to show through.
>> Any thoughts?
>> I am considering non glare but was wondering if there might be a spray
>> or something that might accomplish the same thing.
> Sandblasted glass takes on fingerprints more easily than gloss glass
> and it's a lot harder to clean. I recommend against it.
> How about an application of privacy film to the glass, maybe in Rice
> Paper? http://goo.gl/xwKsA It would be easier to clean while adding
> both class and functionality. Use the thickest stuff you can find.
> That Gila gold sunblocking film is ghastly to work with. When (not if)
> it wrinkles, it takes the color with it, leaving nasty voids.
Now you are talking, I'll check into that. I was hoping for an add on.
> Maybe look for frosted shelf paper. It's thicker. http://goo.gl/VLGdR
> http://goo.gl/FmBsQ or http://goo.gl/2Wu1G , and consider a wooden
> frame around the glass doors.