This beautiful fused glass art panel is a bespoke glass splashback created for a kitchen in Stirling, Scotland. The design features a gorgeous arrangement of various wildflowers against a deep blue background, featuring a subtle gradient and plenty of textures to feast your eyes on.

The concept for how the piece would look came about when the customer specified that they were looking for a flower scene with a few unique qualities. Firstly, she loved the idea of the panel having a blue background. You should be able to tell from the image above that this is where it all started, needless to say, with the background forming the base of the whole piece.

She also wanted to see a wild and loose collection of flowers, with a varied selection of different types on show, and sent over a picture of some fabrics in her home that featured a floral pattern. Based on the kinds of flowers pictured in the pattern, Lisa soon set about designing a composition that would fit the bill. The colours were also a bespoke request, taking full advantage of the customisation offered by fused glass art. In this case, the customer was looking to see purples, pinks, oranges and more.

The end result is a gorgeous kitchen splashback that looks like a close up on a wild meadow. Between each flower, green grass flakes and white fused frits add finishing touches that accent the design perfectly. Can you spot all the different kinds of flowers on show?

If you love the way that this kitchen looks and you’d love to get your very own bespoke glass splashback, make sure you don’t hesitate to get in touch with The House of Ugly Fish. Our full contact details can be found right here on our website, along with a full portfolio of work we’ve completed in the past. Have a look through if you’re in need of a little inspiration, or even if you’re just curious to see how incredibly varied the medium of fused glass art can be. No two pieces are ever the same!