Continuing the very retrospective theme that this week’s blogs have taken on so far, the piece featured above is another one from the vaults. It’s a beautiful piece of fused glass wall art, delivered way back in 2014 to a home in Broughty Ferry, Dundee, and it’s one that you might have seen before. It’s one of the images on the very front of our website, after all, as we think it’s the perfect example of how glass wall art can completely transfom a space. Let’s take a closer look!

The design of the triptych was made to flow continuously across all three panels, which were cut to match the lines of the background. All aspects of the piece were made in a geometric style, starting with a background of powdered gradients and beautifully neutral colours. There, you’ll find that a lot of grey shades were incorporated to make up for the lack of colour, ensuring that there’s no loss of variety where the glass turns monochromatic.

On the top layer of the glass, square pieces of all shapes and sizes were placed around the design to bring a new dimension to the glass. Extra shapes such as hollowed circles were included, created from delicate powder work. The final details came in the form of the gorgeous metallic accents scattered about the piece. We remember fondly how well this piece shone when it caught the light – and your very own glass wall art could do just that.

Are you looking to have a big glass wall art installation just like this one in your home? Whether you’re aiming for a full scale triptych or something smaller, we here at The House of Ugly Fish are ready and waiting to bring your perfect glass wall decoration to life. You can find our full contact details right here on our website, so make sure you don’t wait to pick up the phone or drop us an email as soon as you can.