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These two beautiful splashbacks found a home in Water End, Hertfordshire, taking their designs from peacock feathers. Lisa worked closely with the customers in order to come up with the best way to display the feathers in each panel. This took into account their position in the kitchen and the things that might block each piece. For example, have a look at how the feathers on the piece behind the sink grow on either side of the tap.
Take a look at the eye of each feather and you’ll see the same shade of burgundy as featured on the range cooker, along with accents of metallic silver to match the chrome handles. Other colours include a soft teal and royal blue that go along with the kitchen’s sublime décor, making this splashback a true centrepiece which ties the room together.