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"Stunning.” “Elegant." "Art glass that is sure to embellish any setting."

In the long history of our company we have produced thousands of unique cast glass kitchen countertops, islands, glass bathroom counters and sinks, glass bar tops, and glass tabletops, using thick glass, ColorFuse glass, and cast and slump glass products, in a seemingly infinite variety of colors, patterns, shapes, and textures. We view every new project as an opportunity to create something distinctive and exciting.

What Surfaces Can I Use Glass For?

Our kiln fired glass products can incorporate various combinations of slump glass, etched (sandblasted) glass, ColorFuse™ technology, PermaCoat, MetalliCoat, and backlighting for a unique and durable finish, delivering strength and easy cleanup in a variety of applications:

  • Thick glass kitchen countertops, with or without matching backsplash
  • Backlit kitchen and bathroom counters using LED lights
  • Colored glass bar tops and islands with ColorFuse™ technology, PermaCoat, or MetalliCoat finish
  • Free standing glass tabletops with a variety of edge details, textures, and patterns
  • Transaction desks, front desks, hospitality counters, dining tables

But isn't glass FRAGILE?

It’s a common misconception that a glass bar or countertop will be fragile and easily broken. Back when glass was first used in windows and mirrors, it was inherently fragile due to the relatively crude processes available at the time. However, with modern advancements in manufacturing, the truth is that granite and glass have very similar properties.

As a matter of fact, in most cases a custom glass countertop is actually stronger than granite or stone, as it is a much denser and more structurally consistent material. Imagine a slab of granite at a quarter (¼”) inch thick. It would break with significantly less force than ¼” glass, due to the pores, veins, and imperfections in the stone. On the other hand, a glass bar top, tabletop or countertop at 1″– 3″ thick is quite a substantial piece of material. Countertops with 3/4″ or less thickness can be tempered to harden the surface, creating a safer, stronger piece.

How DURABLE is glass?

Believe it or not, glass is much more durable than granites and synthetic countertops. It is a harder, denser material that scratches and chips less. Textures and colors in the glass make small scratches nearly invisible, if they should occur. There is also NO change in appearance or durability over time!

For more information about our custom thick glass products, please visit the Thick Glass page on our website.

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The Gomolka Design team


North County Coastal, San Diego County
1685 Chestnut Avenue, Carlsbad, California, 92008
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