This range of glass whiteboards can have structural elements embedded, for instance, lines, logos, gridlines or bullets
March 12th, 2013
The ‘Between the Lines’ range will stand out and help out. It’s the newest product from the design team at Silver Screen Glass Whiteboards, who’ve been creating their custom glass whiteboards for four years.
The secret to their products is the revolutionary realisation that whiteboards are never installed to be hidden. In any room with a whiteboard, it’s the feature. They’re placed prominently in reception areas, boardrooms, schools and offices everywhere – so shouldn’t they be attractive? So instead of ugly plastic whiteboards, consider a beautiful Glass Whiteboard.
The ‘Between the Lines’ product is particularly useful. It can be tailored to specific needs or personalised, maximising the use of this stylish centrepiece. By embedding subtle lines, shapes or text into the colour of the glass, the ‘Between the Lines’ board can hold all of your ideas together in one place, manage your tasks, track progress for your team/company/family or even your fitness.
Whatever is most important to you, ‘Between the Lines’ offers elegant style and functionality. The range is available in all of our standard or custom sizes up to 2400mm, and can be applied in any form that you request – grid, lined, bullets, bubbles, clouds, blocks, pyramids – pretty much anything. Logos, pictures or images can also be embedded into the board, as well as your choice of colouring, allowing you to design the perfect addition that will complement your life and your space.
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