This River Thames apartment in Wapping, London has a compact galley kitchen which needed a piece from us. The client knew she wanted a Tree of Life design but the space between the worktops and the cupboards was limited. Lisa created a soft pastel blue grey to compliment the pale kitchen. The tree has a twisted trunk and then the branches spread and fall towards the sides. The leaves are a combination of purples, pinks, greens, cream, silver and sparkled glass.
When we undertake bespoke commissions, we often get sent colour samples to help with the creation process. Fused glass is very colourful in nature and it is essential that the client gets the best product they can. In this case, fabric, wallpaper and paint samples were provided. Lisa brought all the colours together in this sculptured wave. The complicated hues mix together to create quite an artistic piece.
This ultra modern kitchen required a sharp, citrus burst of green. This simple design achieves that with perfection. The glass is kept to a shorter depth across the worktops and the splashback itself is shaped to place more attention on the countertop. In this way it creates something of a theme instead of being a piece of wall art by itself. Not to mention, this keeps the look contemporary.
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This house is Rickmansworth is home to one of our beautiful splashbacks. Two, actually, as you can see in the images, they both match and bring a lot of personality and colour to the kitchen. With primarily blue hues and a design that shows quite a variety of fish, we’re sure that the splashback will impress anyone who enters the house.
This kitchen in Gerards Cross features two splashbacks as part of an installation we did for a client. The first panel sits behind the cooker, and features a tree of life on a green background, with multicoloured leaves. At the base of the tree sits a Bearded Collie, in the field of grass that runs across the bottom of the splashback. The second splashback features similar colours that help bring the two pieces together, creating a theme that continues throughout the entire room.
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Once the area where The Haçienda nightclub stood, the apartments in which this client put some of our new glass art are now new and stylish with the introduction of some of our fused glass art. As you can see, the view from the window is just a quintessential view of Manchester. With striking views from both inside and outside, we’re sure that the tenant who gets to live there will be a lucky one!
This installation done for a client of ours in Hemel Hempstead features a tree of life design done on a purple background. Due to the long nature of the kitchen, the fused glass art panel had to be made horizontally dominant. Due to this, a tree like the one you see in the image is needed, with far reaching branches that go across the length of the cabinets. It certainly creates an interesting effect, and it is one that is not often seen with this particular design.
This house in Conon Bridge, on the Black Isle, now features some of our original fused glass art. The client was looking for a dalaman design to run under the sink, and a dalaman for behind the hob. With both of them in place, they create a theme that ties everything together. The natural lighting coming in through the kitchen window helps light up the place, and brings a variety of greens out, from the kitchen blinds, walls and the panel itself.
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When you look at the image above, what do you see at first? Is it the splash of color that the splashback adds to the kitchen, or is it the way in which all the decoration matches? From the handles of the cutlery, the glass splashback and the surface of the countertop, this kitchen is just perfect for this splashback. It features multiple colours that run vertically down the fused glass, but they manage to tie in with the otherwise neutral decor of the kitchen.
This installation in Surrey Quays, Central London features a fused glass splashback with matching pieces. The cool blues and yellow accents of the flow design really help spice up the kitchen with the addition of colour, and the sailing boats in the corners of the splashback add a splash of personality that won’t be found anywhere else. Neat socket cutouts and good lighting turn this great splashback into the perfect centrepiece, making sure that guests take notice of this beautiful kitchen.
TEXTURE CREATES ILLUSION DEF: the shadow cast makes the room seem smaller and the shiny texture makes colors brighter and seem larger. WHY: because the cabinets are the same but have a good design to them that makes the texture more illusion.