Bendheim SatinTech® Glass Featured on DIY Network’s “BATHtastic!” TV Show

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Maintenance-Friendly, Elegant Etched Glass Enhances Bathroom Spa Makeover

The DIY Network’s show “BATHtastic!” turned to Bendheim for the second time to obtain specialty decorative glass for a dramatic, large-scale bathroom spa makeover.
The elegant satin-frosted aesthetic and maintenance-friendly surface of Bendheim’s SatinTech® architectural glass made it the ideal material for a new countertop and shelves, adding a touch of subtle luxury, modernizing the space, and enhancing its functionality. The episode is titled “Of Nerves and Nature.”
In the episode, a large outdated bathroom receives a major facelift featuring Bendheim’s ½” translucent etched glass countertop and shelves, precision-fabricated at the company’s New Jersey facility. Bendheim tempered the glass, making it four times stronger than regular non-safety glass of the same thickness. Unlike sandblasted or coated glasses, Bendheim’s SatinTech is acid-etched to produce an ultra-smooth satin-like surface which permanently resists stains and fingerprints.
“The glass will stand up to the test of time in this bathroom forever,” said the show’s host Matt Muenster.
The countertop’s and shelves’ satin surfaces complement the remodel’s nature-inspired, calming design featuring digitally printed basket-weave and pebble tiles, bubble-mosaic glass tiles, backlit circular mirrors, and contemporary rectangular sinks. The carefully coordinated design elements create a spa-like atmosphere.
Homeowners can order Bendheim’s SatinTech glass for complex custom installations, including bathroom and kitchen countertops, backsplashes, and tabletops through designers, contractors and professional installers. Patterned and fully etched glass door, cabinet and partition inserts can be ordered directly through the company’s Cabinet Glass website.
About Bendheim

Bendheim is one of the world’s foremost resources for specialty architectural glass. Founded in New York City in 1927, the fourth-generation, family-owned company offers a virtually unlimited range of in-stock and custom architectural glass varieties. Bendheim develops, fabricates, and distributes its products worldwide. The company maintains production facilities in New Jersey and an extensive showroom in New York City