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Begrand Fast Design Inc.
hardware that is holding the glass railings are called "Standoffs". In a residential application some manufacturers recommend a minimum of 12MM tempered glass. The glass is made with holes and the standoff cap bolts through to the standoff and the standoff is bolted into the treads or opening.
hardware that is holding the glass railings are called "Standoffs". In a residential application some manufacturers recommend a minimum of 12MM tempered glass. The glass is made with holes and the standoff cap bolts through to the standoff and the standoff is bolted into the treads or opening. The inlay on
Jordan Iverson Signature Homes
Urban modern powder bathroom
install. However, it was fairly inexpensive. It's just a piece of custom cut mirror glass. I had it secured using stainless steel standoffs to give it a floating feel. Standoffs can be found online at various lengths and sizes.
Mirror mounted with standoffs.
Mirror with standoffs
standoff example of floating mirror
Sunterra Custom Homes
Okanagan Danchuk Residence
Good perspective of standoffs @ base & applied rail
Western Stringer Stairs with Standoffs.
Glass standoffs on stairs.
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Cushman Design Group
AK Watson House
Panels and risers mounted with standoffs.
Great use of wood, glass and standoffs.
Risers with Standoffs
Frosted glass with standoffs.
John Maniscalco Architecture
Cole Valley Hillside
standoffs for counter upper level. might need two sets with wider countertop
Dressing table riser with standoffs.
standoffs and closet doors
Neuhaus Design Architecture, P.C.
Where did you get the aluminum / stainless steel standoffs? CR Laurence?
How do you install the standoffs to the countertop?
Do the standoffs go through the countertop and are visible on the countertop surface?
The standoffs themselves do not penetrate the counter, but the threaded rod that anchors them does. There is a rubber o-ring that serves to conceal the joint between