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Kitchen Revival with Textured Glass

August 22, 2013 by  
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You know it’s time to give your kitchen a facelift when you would rather order take-out than spend time cooking in your kitchen. Not all kitchen updates need to be a massive overhaul with a heavy price tag. It only takes one special touch to liven up your kitchen and make it a space that seems brand new.

Kitchen cabinets have amazing flexibility when it comes to design options and become a mural for expressing unique styles. Nothing adds more interest and beauty to cabinetry than glass. From lightly frosted to textured art glass, the options almost never end. 

Unlike plain glass, textured glass offers a range of transparency and textures that work well in kitchens. Most people would agree that not every item in their kitchen is organized 100% of the time. Textured glass not only conceals but masks smears and dirt.

Textures in Glass

Coyote Glass carries a line of clear textured art glass panes for kitchen cabinets. The glass comes in different texture categories that include Dramatic, Softening, Transformational, Impressionist and Privacy. From a modern, molded ribbed pattern to a seeded, old fashioned look, these glass panels compliment any décor and style of cabinetry. 


Soften: preserves background images while presenting a delicate textured surface.



Privacy: conceals objects by blurring colors and casting shadows.



Transformational: The highly texturized abstract surface distorts background images.




Dramatic: distinct patterns distract the eye from background images.




Impressionist: a watery texture that softens background images.   



If you are seeking glass panels that are etched and/or painted take a look at our Glass Doors for some inspiration! Contact Coyote Glass Customer Service with any questions about updating your kitchen with beautiful designer glass panels.  


More Than Meets The Eye – Natural Inspiration

July 2, 2013 by  
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These designs and textures look stunning as a countertop, vessel, mirror or tabletop. Add metallic paint and a metal leaf backing and you have an impressive piece of functional art that will last for years to come.

Contact us today about the Ocean line of textures and designs! 


Recycled Glass

June 17, 2013 by  
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The Season of Decks

May 8, 2013 by  
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Pack up the plaid fleece, fuzzy socks and stew recipes because the scent of coconut oil and charcoal is in the air. Yes, summer is just around the corner which means you can stop hibernating like a grizzly bear and venture out into the sun light.

Summer awakens your spirit with warm temperatures and long day light hours making it nearly impossible to stay indoors. Who would want to when there are vacations to take, swimming pools to occupy and barbeques to attend? For many people, hosting weekend get-togethers for friends and family is a summer tradition. This involves getting the house ready for company and includes everything from scrubbing the floors and cleaning windows to painting and remodeling. 

Part of getting your house ready is making sure you have a great outdoor space to entertain. Your deck or patio needs to have all the comforts of indoors – comfortable seating, space for the grill, ample shade and great views of the backyard.  This is why glass is an excellent choice for deck or patio surrounds. It’s not only durable and easy to clean, but never obstructs your view.

How to use glass

Deck or patio glass can be customized to fit any style decor. Glass panels can be accented with etched designs or patterns, tinted a soft color or painted and back lit with LED lights for illumination at night. Backlighting glass always adds interest to a space and no other surface material carries light in such a stunning way.

Coyote Glass created deck surrounds for a client who wanted a beach scene. To begin the process Melissa Paxton, co-owner of Coyote Glass and glass artist, sketched the beach scene on panels of glass and sandblasted the design.


Melissa loads grit into the sandblasting pot and begins sandblasting.


The finished deck panels are under lit with LED lights giving it a magnificent glow.






Completing the Kitchen

May 1, 2013 by  
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To finish off the look of your kitchen and protect the walls from damage consider installing a backsplash. Backsplashes are placed on the wall between the countertop and wall cabinets. Any number of surfaces can be used from: slate, marble, tile, wood, beadboard, brick, recycled materials and, last but not least, GLASS!

Glass is great choice for a backsplash because of its durability and ease of cleaning. It is as strong as any natural stone and is scratch and stain resistant. The surface of glass is non-porous, hygienic, and does not require sealants. A simple glass cleaner is all it takes to wipe away dirt. Edges can be back lit with LED lights to produce an illuminating glow that only glass can create.


Not only is glass easy to care for, it offers limitless design options. Glass can be painted, frosted, carved, textured or cast into any shape or form. Glass can be left translucent to reflect natural light, frosted for a touch of privacy, tinted for a soft finish or painted with opaque colors.

The surface of glass can be impressed with unlimited textures or patterns making it totally customizable. No matter what style you have, traditional or ultra-contemporary, glass can be designed to fit you décor.  

Morrison Showroom Backsplash

Coyote Glass created a kitchen backsplash for Morrison Supply CompanySpringdale location - in Austin, Texas. Morrison recently finished remodeling the showroom at their Springdale location.

Dan Byler, showroom manager, poses in their remodeled kitchen showroom. The kitchen features zebra wood cabinetry.



The backsplash contains seven panels created in the “Zen” texture and four solid textured panels. The glass is kiln cast with a raised texture and thin lines that look like raked sand. The Zen glass backsplash is easy to clean, does not show fingerprints and looks good clear or painted.




Joe Price, co-owner of Coyote Glass, installs the backsplash. Joe is always hard at work!



The second Coyote Glass kitchen backsplash in the Morrison Austin showroom is the Silver Blue Canyon. This smaller backsplash was created using one of our top designs and custom colors. The glass is handcarved and back painted with silver metal inlay.



Morrison Supply Company is the leading wholesale distributor of plumbing, HVAC, and builder products in the Southwest. Founded in 1917, Morrison now operates over eighty locations in Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Kansas, and Louisiana.

The Company also has more than thirty showrooms where homeowners, builders, and designers can personally select from a vast array of fine plumbing products, appliances, decorative hardware, and bath accessories.

Morrison offers not only the largest selection of products from quality manufacturers, but also the best expertise and customer service in the industry. With thousands of satisfied customers, Morrison will continue to grow and lead its industry for years to come.


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