Slumped Glass Splashbacks
Laminam colour options
These amazing splashbacks are a real work of art. They are created using a mold which will form the texture at the back of the glass. The glass is placed on top of the mold and is then heated in a kiln (or specialised slumping furnace). As the glass reaches its slumping temperature, it softens and begins to flow and sag, conforming to the shape of the mold underneath. This process gives the glass panel a unique curved or textured appearance. Once cooled it is back painted in a colour of your choice with a metallic finish added to enhance the texture. Because the pattern is created at the back of the splashback, the front remains smooth and easy to clean.