Here’s another one of our fused glass kitchen splashbacks from the portfolio, and it’s a recent work that found a place in Hampshire. We’re very fond of this one, and how it managed to overcome a pretty awkward fitting to become a one of a kind installation. As you may be able to tell by the picture above, this splashback is more of an involved central feature rather than a simple panel.

Although the lighting above may colour the glass a with a golden glow, the panels are actually a very muted grey colour and look very much like a winter’s day. Thin trees sit sparsely arranged to form a subtle but beautiful landscape, with a light but detailed texture creating a foreground. To top it all off, a black upstand sits beneath each panel, not only enhancing the complementary effect of the glass but also helping to keep the glass away from absorbing too much heat.

We absolutely love how the pieces are transformed by the light, however, and we’ve made it no secret in the past that we’re big fans of how light interacts with fused glass art! The placement of the glass in this particular job is very similarly interesting. The glass sits recessed into an alcove, made specifically to wrap around the walls and create a beautiful, very unique effect. The panels were also specifically cut to fit around the large pipe you can see pictured, which helps to give everything that seamless look. It’s almost as if the glass was always there.

If you’re in the market for something truly special, and a kitchen that looks as stunning as this one, then our fused glass kitchen splashbacks are definitely the right choice for you. We here at The House of Ugly Fish have been creating bespoke fused glass art for a long time now, and we know exactly how to bring your ideal piece to life. Make sure you don’t wait to get in contact as soon as you can!