Originally patterns were created on a surface – most often glass – by literally blasting the surface with sand. This is still done today, but the application of an adhesive vinyl that creates the same effect is far more prevalent. The principle reason for this is that it can be done on site, quicker and with the minimum of mess and disruption. This form of decoration and screening of areas whilst allowing the passage of light is finding more and more favour with the interior designer. Patterns can be cut into the sandblast vinyl, the design options are virtually limitless and this enables designers and corporate institutions to have their image projected in many exciting ways.

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