Kate was looking for something very different for her new kitchen from Cotswold Kitchens in Nailsworth, Gloucestershire. A student of Stroud College, she had some experience herself of stained glass and fusing, but lacked the experience to create a large piece of work, so we were invited to make it for her!
Kate knew exactly what she wanted, and had already chosen the glass before meeting Liz for the first design consultation. Liz’s job was to pull together Kate’s ideas into a workable design, to fit the space available and make it practical as well as beautiful. When we installed it 2 weeks later, it all made sense.. Cotswold Kitchen’s recycled glass worktop in burnt orange, the beautiful granite with brown/orange veining, and most of all the stunning view across the valley where the sun truly could be watched rising through the full length windows of the green wood extension… our splashback was the piece that pulled the whole concept together, the cherry on the top of the most stunning project, worthy of any Homes and Gardens set!
Commissioned bespoke glass splashback
Our client had chosen a vibrant glass worktop, so the splashback was designed to reflect and pull the colour scheme together.