Whether that’s by incorporating an image of a native bush or an alpine scene to create that indoor outdoor flow, the possibilities are endless.
If it’s simply a splash of colour to add a visual feature to a room or space, again, the possibilities are unlimited. Graphic Glass provides an in-house colour matching service, which can achieve extensive results.
“We get all sorts of requests. We’ve had a client come in with a bottle of Bombay Sapphire gin and asked us to create a glass feature in the same colour as the bottle. In the same respect, we have companies who want their logo or branding on a glass feature. As we have an in-house colour matching service, we don’t offer a palette of colours. Each colour is mixed for the individual to suit bespoke requirements,” Krista says.
Residentially too, the use of glass is evolving. Instead of just the traditional uses for applications like kitchen splashbacks, Krista says glass is now being used as an artistic feature.
“Since glass is such a versatile product, it makes for a low maintenance, durable and effective material, which is part of the reason it is becoming more popular.”
Whether it’s a set of branded coasters, a vivid office partition, or feature wall in the home, art on glass is something to be considered.
Get in touch with Graphic Glass on ArchiPro here to find out what you can achieve with the ever-changing possibilities of glass as a decorative element.