Regular Glass Countertops
Often preferred by designers and architects, regular glass countertops have a modern aesthetic that can be used in almost any kitchen decor.
Popular for use on a kitchen island and raised bar countertops, glass is a low-maintenance surface that can be tailored to fit the homeowner's specific styles.
Glass tops can be made in a number of ways. Regular glass tops will have a hit of green, which becomes more prominent depending on the thickness of the countertop. Alternatively, a low-iron glass top will have a water-clear appearance. You may see a slight bit of green tint as the glass increases in thickness. We can also do a sandblasted finish on the glass, which gives it an opaque look.
Backpainted glass is a popular design option for regular glass countertops. This can be done in a number of standard color options, and we also provide custom paint color matching. Provide us with a paint chip for us to produce a custom glass paint color match.
Undermount sinks, vessel sinks, cooktops, and other hardware can be incorporated easily.
About Glass Countertops:
- Available in thicknesses from 1/2" to 1"
- Overhangs or cantilevers are possible.
- Stainless steel supports or brackets are available to help support large overhangs on "floating" glass countertops.
Glass countertops are low-maintenance and durable. Day to day cleaning can be done with Windex, or any other non-abrasive household or glass cleaner.
This photo gallery represents a sampling of the glass countertops we have done. If you are interested in a design or style not shown here, feel free to email any photos or drawings to firstname.lastname@example.org. Our estimator will review the information and provide a quote based on the details you provide.
All of our glass countertops are designed in and delivered directly from our factory showroom in Mt. Kisco, NY. Brooks Custom is a wholesale manufacturer who provides a unique and inclusive customer experience by providing direct access to our craftsmen and engineers throughout the design process.
Follow these links to learn more about regular glass countertops:
View More Glass Products: