Vases, table décor, wall art, to sculptures… glass is in, is eco-friendly and comes in all shapes and sizes.


If you are looking at sprucing up your home, instead of adding a standard canvas or décor piece, why not upgrade your room with glass art in the form of glass light fixtures, glass hanging art or perhaps glass ornaments to add an elegant touch, such as the stunning pieces from Orrefors. They have a collection of vases and usable artwork.


Glass, in its clear form, can be paired with a variety of textures and colours. The reflection of light of glass and high gloss surfaces make a room feel bigger and brighter.A TOUCH OF ELEGANCE WITH GLASS ART

When searching for the right art piece to add to your walls, you should consider a few aspects for selection including your personality, personal preferences, and current décor.


For those seeking a fresh approach to hanging wall art, try art on glass images that are easy to clean, enhance the image quality and add a pop of colour or create a main focal point in any room.


Art on Glass images are applied directly to the back of a glass panel and permanently protected by a specialised process. The glass used has a high gloss surface and edges which are polished, all enhancing the colour brilliance of the image. Since these images are frameless, this style compliments a more contemporary look and feel.


Inspired Design is home to a number of glass art pieces and add a new dimension to an ordinary space. When selecting an image, their staff will assist in selecting the right piece for your home.  “We have a wide range of items that fit a variety of personalities and space,” says Francois Steyn from Inspired Design which is based in Umhlanga Village.


Glass pendant lighting is beneficial in filling empty space. When using a pendant light that hangs lower, it is best used in a set to allow for dimension. These type of lights are quite a popular choice amongst home owners and interior designers as they allow one to focus on one aspect of a room. It also adds modernity to the overall décor.


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