This beautiful fused glass art found a home in Longford, Gloucestershire. The glass in this case is comprised of two double-glazed fused glass windows on either side of a door, making for a stunningly beautiful entryway. Although the majority of the glass is translucent and clear, the two panels make a huge impact and are hard to miss!

The customer behind the glass windows looked through our portfolio and decided on a design, basing the initial idea on a piece that we delivered to Kirkcaldy, in Scotland. Based on the brief given, the overall style of the piece would be very naturalistic, although all aspects of the design would be suitably stylised in order to give the glass a real sense of character.

There are plenty of details to be found throughout, all specially requested. For example, because the customer kept bees, we included Italian honey bees hovering around. Elsewhere, seed heads and blossoming flowers make up a verdant scene teeming with life, with even more activity in the form of a snail, dragonfly and a host of butterflies. All of these little additions were added as a way of bringing the outside indoors and allowed the customer to put their own personal spin on the piece.

These aren’t just beautiful panels that grab the right kinds of attention. Thanks to our bespoke process, they’re a pair of windows with a personal meaning and a unique significance!

If you’re interested in commissioning glass that is designed to interact with light, just like the beautiful fused glass windows featured in this blog, then The House of Ugly Fish should be the first name at the top of your list. You can find our full contact details right here on our website, so make sure you don’t wait to get in touch. You can do that by sending us an email or simply by giving our number a call. We hope to hear from you soon!