TATE, GA -- Recycled glass surface manufacturer, Vetrazzo, is pleased to announce the addition of its newest surface option, Coffee House, to its product offering of artfully crafted and environmentally friendly countertops.
Vetrazzo is a line of exquisite surface materials crafted from recycled glass content and used anywhere natural stone is used, such as countertops, tabletops to hearths/fireplace surrounds and architectural cladding.
Pulling its design inspiration from the intricate work of barista art, Coffee House is made from a masterful blend of crushed, clear flint glass, infused with a mix of rich amber bottle shards that come from recycled jars, beer and wine bottles. To complete the look, the glass was steamed to perfection against a coffee-tinged background, displaying a rich color palette of browns and beiges.
"All Vetrazzo surfaces represent a unique, mosaic-like appearance," said Francois Darmayan, President at Polycor/Vetrazzo. "Like quality coffee beans, each piece of recycled glass found in Coffee House has a rich story to tell."
For more information, visit www.vetrazzo.com.