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Pooja Khanna Tyagi added this to Do You Know About the Different Types of Glass?17 August 2017

Another interesting characteristic of bevelled glass is that in the presence of sunlight or accent lighting, the bevelled edge works like a prism, which reflects a spectrum of colours. A combination of bevelled glass panels give a sophisticated look when used as insets in cabinets and door panels.

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Gur Kaur added this to Dining29 January 2020

use bevelled glass for cutlery cabinet door.

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Zoe Alexander added this to phantomrose42's ideas31 July 2018

These doors are amazing! Not a fan of the color, but I love the beveled glass inserts and the cool sunburst handles.

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Jean-Paul Bureaud added this to erinjp's Ideas4 June 2018

The bevel glass - hate the knobs.

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preet1 added this to kitchens1 February 2018

Another interesting characteristic of bevelled glass is that in the presence of sunlight or accent lighting, the bevelled edge works like a prism, which reflects a spectrum of colours. A combination of bevelled glass panels give a sophisticated look when used as insets in cabinets and door panels.

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manojkhubaipad added this to manojkhubaipad's ideas30 January 2018

Another interesting characteristic of bevelled glass is that in the presence of sunlight or accent lighting, the bevelled edge works like a prism, which reflects a spectrum of colours. A combination of bevelled glass panels give a sophisticated look when used as insets in cabinets and door panels.

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Pavana Jairam added this to house21 January 2018

Another interesting characteristic of bevelled glass is that in the presence of sunlight or accent lighting, the bevelled edge works like a prism, which reflects a spectrum of colours. A combination of bevelled glass panels give a sophisticated look when used as insets in cabinets and door panels.

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