The beautiful fused glass art splashback you see pictured above found a home when it was delivered to a house in Haywards Heath, West Sussex. The couple that ordered the glass were very keen to personalise the piece and truly make it their own, so there’s absolutely nothing standard about this particular Tree of Life. Take a look and see for yourself!
What you might notice first is that there are actually three panels at work in this kitchen, although you’d be forgiven for thinking it was just the one, given the seamless fit.
You might also recognise the specific shade used to paint the cabinets and kitchen furnishings, as it’s the famously stylish Elephant’s Breath, courtesy of the esteemed Farrow & Ball. Creating glass to match that delightfully nuanced shade was a real treat for Lisa, who soon set about laying the foundations for the end result.
The background of the splashback and its surrounding panels is a warm and creamy beige colour, with a subtle texture that runs throughout. Lavender flowers run across the bottom of each piece, while the actual tree itself grows into the space around it with grace. Each branch sprouts hand-cut leaves that display a wide and varied palette of complementary colours. Look closely, and you’re sure to spot blues, pinks, purples and much more. There’s even a hint of silver in there, thanks to some deftly placed metallic accents.
To make for the perfect fit, sections of the glass were cut away. This allowed the central splashback and its surrounding pieces to slot in around the electrical wall sockets without a problem. The installation was incredibly smooth as a result, and it wasn’t long before the room was lit up thanks to the addition of a brand new set of fused glass art panels.
If you love the way that this glass splashback looks in situ, then why not bring the unique touch of fused glass art to your own home? There’s no reason that you couldn’t achieve the same effect in any room you have in mind, with a bespoke design made to match, no less! You can get in contact by picking up the phone or alternatively, by sending us an online enquiry via email. Either way, our team will be more than happy to discuss how our fused glass art could find its way to your doorstep.