We posted a quick blog post a few weeks ago about a particularly exciting event that we were attending in Swindon, so we thought we’d follow it up with a little account of how it went. To refresh your memory, the National Self Build and Renovation Show was the name of the event. It ran from the 27th to the 29th of January, and it brought together a huge variety of exhibitors from all across the country. We were very thankful to have the chance to take our fused glass art along, and we had a great time there!

Fused Glass Art at the NSBRC
Among the many sights to see at the NSBRC, a full-scale renovation house takes visitors through all the details of a major renovation project.

The National Self Build and Renovation Centre itself is unique in that it’s the UK’s only permanent venue specifically designed for building projects of all kinds. If you’re looking to undertake a self build, renovation or home improvement project of any scale, you’re sure to find everything you need there. You can take our word for it!

You can also find our fused glass art at the Centre, as we’ve now set up our permanent display and it’s going to be there to stay.

Although we believe that fused glass speaks for itself even when you’re looking at a simple photo of it, the beautiful details and subtle intricacies of our art really shine when you’re viewing it in person. We recommend that you go and check it out if you’re ever in the area. Even if you have to travel a bit, it’s definitely worth the trip when you consider just how much there is to see at the Centre aside from our own display. With educational areas and technical experts wherever you look, you’re sure to learn something you didn’t know before, as well!

Our fused glass art will always be at the Centre for you to see up close and personal, but we’re still at the ready to create something perfect for you and deliver it to your doorstep anytime. If you’d like to get in contact with any questions or queries you might have, however, make sure you don’t wait to do just that. You can find details of how to do that on our website, but an email or a simple phone call should do just fine!