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Working on a fit-out is an exciting process. You’ve taken your time to understand the project needs and now you get to create something that really amplifies your client’s brand and vision. Every detail in a fit-out design is important. So, with that in mind, how can you ensure that each part of the design has the right character and style? Customising your glass partition frames with a specific colour to match your design or a texture to create personality is the perfect way to complete your project and enhance those details.


What are glass partition frame finishes?

Frame finishes are an easy and effective way of really enhancing your design, giving it that something extra. They are an added form of customisation, meaning your glass partitioning systems can seamlessly fit into your design.

Our finishes are created using powder coating, meaning the colours and textures are applied as a free-flowing, dry powder instead of liquid. Powder coating is an efficient technique that creates a full, seamless coverage. There’s also an option to colour match, so new partitions can be in line with an existing design, keeping the style consistent.

By using unique colours and textures instead of standard options, a new level of personality is brought to your design.


What options are there for finishes?

Glass partition frame finishes aren’t a standard ‘one size fits all’. In fact, when it comes to choosing a finish you have several options, with varying colours, styles and textures available.

Our own range includes a variety of smooth matte options as well as dynamic metallics and tactile textures. And if there’s a colour or texture you’d like that isn’t on our list, we offer bespoke finishes too.


Browse the full range of finishes that we have to offer and order your free sample pack.

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