Single Layer Glass – RAMA GLAS

Single Layer Glass

Sandblasted glass

The sandblasting effect is achieved by alumina granules that are pressurized onto the surface to create the desired decoration. Sandblasted glasses are usually used as decorations whether it's classic wooden doors, windows, tables or showcases. Also, they are great choices when partitioning space under low lighting conditions.

Enameled glass

Enameled glass is tempered or heat-reinforced glass, pre-painted with ceramic colors all over the surface or partially. The colors we use are water-based, environmentally safe and usable for the food industry.

The trend that dominated the world is placing enameled glass in place of ceramic tiles in kitchens. Some of the advantages of this glass are its integrity, elegant glow, the adaptability to the existing design in the apartment, giving you a unique element in the interior. Enameled glass is also used for covering walls, ceilings, bathrooms, built-in sliding wardrobes, and facade covering.

Print glass


The use of digital printers is the latest trend in creating glass for interiors. Print is durable, UV-resistant and high-resolution, which allows for very high print quality.

RAMA-GLAS offers the possibility that your selected painting adorns the walls, kitchens and closets of your home.

Silk-screened glass


Silk-screen printing on glass is a kind of processing that serves for decorative purposes, both in glazing facades and interior decoration. It is a process of applying color to the glass through the special sieves on which the motif is prepared. After applying the paint, the glass is squeezed, resulting in a colored safety glass.

The diversity of patterns and colors, we can give each individual facade its visual identity. By combining silk-screened and enameled glass, special visual effects can be obtained.

Bent glass


Bending the glass is a process in which the glass plate is heated in a controlled way.

The glass bends on the metal mold and takes shape when bending. The folded glass is often used as roofing glass in bright domes, eaves, balustrades, shop windows, on the facade edges, as part of furniture, curved automatic doors or shower cabin partitions.