• This gorgeous circular accessory piece is the perfect fused glass art to complete the look of a room.

The Addition of Accessories

Fused glass art accessories are top sellers! Table decorations like bowls and coasters have been consistently popular choices here at The House of Ugly Fish, and we’ve had more than a few orders come through in recent weeks. It seems like they’ve definitely got staying power, with many of our customers opting to pick up a bowl or set of coasters to go with something bigger like a full sized splashback. But do they hold up on their own?

Of course they do! We use the same techniques to create our accessories as we do with our larger pieces, so you can expect to find exactly the same beautiful deep colours, rich textures, bubbles and more. A fused glass art accessory is practical as well as aesthetic, so feel free to get out a set of glass coasters when friends and family come round, or load up a glass bowl with fresh fruit.

Our accessories aren’t all we create, of course, but we know just what a huge impact even the smallest pieces can make. There’s so much on offer here with us, too, so make sure you don’t miss out on our portfolio. You can find all kinds of projects there, including work we’ve done in the past and many showroom items that once hung alongside our available stock, and you should get a pretty good idea of just how different fused glass art pieces can look. You may even see a design that directly inspires your own, in which case we’d love to make it a reality.

Here at The House of Ugly Fish, we’re ready and waiting to create something special for you. We’re proud to offer a tremendously varied selection of fused glass art pieces made by hand, and a bespoke service that can give you your very own panel tailor made to suit you. We have everything from sculpted bowls and drinks coasters all the way to full scale kitchen splashbacks, so make sure that you don’t hesitate to get in touch as soon as you can with your best ideas. We can’t wait to bring them to life!
By |September 4th, 2018|Fused Glass Art|0 Comments