Patterned glass is made by passing it through rollers that have patterns on them. The pattern is transferred to one or both sides of the glass. Each manufacturer of patterned glass has unique patterns. Patterned glass can be used for either decoration or privacy which range comprises fifty-five patterns, designed to create a sophisticated environment in which to live. The glass is typically whiter in color than clear glass. Depending on its use, it can be laminated to use for safety glass as well. Sandblasted glass panels are produced by firing a fine abrasive at the glass at high pressure, high-speed machine blasts down on the glass panel with sand, walnut husks or other materials. this permanent technique is then coated with a polymer easy clean coating to ensure that the glass remains as good as the day it was installed. Glass gradients can start and end at any percentage such as a 20%-80% gradient or a perfectly clear glass panel fade into a 100% full frost with zero opacity. Obscuring and privacy can be retained whilst maximizing light.