This kitchen feature wall starts with templates created onsite. From these we cut the backer board to fit the space perfectly. The glass mosaic is divided into sections for mounting; two above the bar and one below. The junction between the sections was pieced together onsite to create a seamless installation.
Quilt Pattern Mosaic Fireplace
The precision cutting of the glass is done with a series of guiding systems we’ve designed for this work. Once mounted to the backer board, the entire face is honed to remove the glossy finish of the glass. The finished work is installed in a single panel for each surface. Edge transitions are covered with metal frames that we provide.
Black-Eyed Susan Mosaic Fireplace
I strive to make personal works that resonate with the homeowner. In the case of this fireplace, my client had recently lost her father who was an avid gardener. His favorite flower was the Black-Eyed Susan, so I made this as a memorial to him.
This design is an exploration of the seamless transitioning from simplicity to complexity over a surface of hand-cut indigo glass and grout line. The finished work is mounted onto sections of backerboard precisely cut to match the final installation.
Glass mosaic can be used just about anywhere one would use tile. An advantage with our mosaic is we can customize the scale of the pattern to precisely fit the dimensions of your installation.