What makes Plexiglas different from other materials?
Using Plexiglas prints as a method of decorating rooms gives a sense of modernity and uniqueness that will please even the most demanding homeowners. Thanks to the attractive designs covered with acrylic glass, Plexiglas prints change the look of the space, adding style and elegance, while being light and modern. If you are interested in the stages of the creation of various artistic decorations, you will be curious to know that the colorless plate is 5 mm thick. It is rapidly gaining popularity among interior decorators from around the globe. They use Plexiglas prints to decorate and enhance their interiors, to add character and “soul”. In fact, these reproductions are perfect for creating your own small art gallery. You think it's a joke? Nothing could be further from the truth! A properly used set of images on Plexiglas will enable you to create the exhibition you are dreaming about. The acrylic glass means these prints are durable and long-lasting.
Glass picture - does it make sense?
Plexiglas is a universal material. The material itself is transparent and is commonly used in the furniture-manufacturing process, e.g., used instead of glaze on kitchen counters or cabinets. In addition, it works as a material from which you can create light advertising boxes, 3D letters or phrases, or advertising panels, as well as glass greenhouses or winter gardens. In fact, these represent only a small sample of applications because there are a plethora of elements created from ultraviolet radiation-resistent acrylic glass. What does this mean for our images? For one, they do not yellow, which is undoubtedly one of the biggest concerns of image owners. If you are a layperson in the field of interior decoration and you are wondering how to hang a glass picture, don’t fret; it's really simple. Plexiglas panels can be affixed to the wall by the use of elegant aluminium spacers.