Glass panels are often positioned between the upper and lower cabinets in a kitchen decor scheme – but because Opticolour glass is made to measure it can be cut and shaped to cover any area of your wall. This makes it perfect for creating a bold or unusual design statement that gives your space an original twist while still retaining a sleek and elegant appearance – such as putting glass panels behind cabinets.
Digitally printed glass offers a multitude of options for kitchen wall decor, from personal pictures or drawings to professional landscape photography. Skyline art lends itself particularly well to kitchen panels, as its extended rectangular shape is ideal above the worktop area and can easily be modified to fit the space required. While it would certainly suit a modern kitchen, it could also work as a spectacular finish in a more traditional interior. Read more
We are proud to supply Hampshire-based Two Guys Kitchens with glass wall coverings for the luxury interiors they design and install. Recently we fitted several panels of Antiqued Metallic Patterned Glass in their Basingstoke showroom, to allow their customers to see this striking modern decor in person. Read more
We often make panels featuring stunning photos on glass of landscapes, cityscapes or animals, using our cutting-edge digital printing technology. Read more
We recently provided a glass panel for a stunning new interior by kitchen design company Kensington Scott, which supplies and fits handmade kitchens in Kent and the South East. Read more
Opticolour was delighted to fit a Cobweb glass panel, from our special-effect collection, in a property in London’s Chiswick Wharf recently. Read more
Opticolour has been working with Two Guys Kitchens to produce decorative wall panels for Newlyns Cookery School in Hook, Hampshire.
Opticolour has joined leading kitchen brands including Miele, Beckermann and Britannia as a member of the Kitchen & Bathroom Buying Group.
Opticolour has been working with awarding organisation GQA Qualifications to develop and validate an NVQ2 (National Vocational Qualification Level 2) in Glass Related Occupations (Construction). The NVQ has now been approved and Opticolour is busy training its managers to become NVQ assessors.