Through the Looking Glass

Through the Looking Glass

This post is now over a year old, so certain aspects of this post may no longer be correct or relevant.

Glass is a very versatile material that can be used for so many more projects than just windows. As well as providing light and space to any room it is the perfect product for modern interior design innovation. It has the power to change the character of a room, by using either clear or coloured glass design trends. The subtle, classic qualities of this material work perfectly in combination with other materials such as wood, brick, concrete and metal. Check out this blog from TSL for information on using glass in interior design.

We want this blog to inspire; and introduce you to new interesting ways of introducing colour for your interiors. Take a look at our top 5 favourite ideas.

Splashbacks

Glass splashbacks offer a modern alternative to the standard tile. With the wide variety of colours available, you can make splashbacks the main focal point of your kitchen as a statement piece. The beauty of the splashback is that they are extremely easy to keep clean.


Feature Wall

A feature wall enables you to experiment with colour and bold pattern and is a simple way to make a room look sophisticated, stylish and chic. Coloured glass works perfectly to highlight areas in your home and is a unique alternative to wallpaper for creating a feature statement wall.

bathroom glass splashback Impact Vibrance Citrus colours

Borders

Borders are a great way to add a touch of interest if you’re not wanting to make too much of a bold statement. With the wide selection of colours and sizes available, you will be sure to create a unique border that people will envy.

bathroom wall tiles Impact Glass Pashmena lilac colour Earl and Olive colour tiles

Staircase

A staircase is part of a house that isn't really given much thought within interior design, but in most homes it is the first feature you see when you walk through the door. Take advantage of this and use coloured glass to create patterns on each step for a contemporary unique look.

Monochrome tiled Staircase with dalmation Dog

Shower enclosure

Make a feature of your shower by using coloured glass tiles. As coloured glass compliments many different materials from marble to slate, it is a great way to add interest and a unique finish to your bathroom.

shower room with petrol coloured glass tiles and marble wall and floor tiles

For more inspiration follow our Impact Glass Pinterest board

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