Glass, in general, is a blended mix of sand in combination with limestone and soda ash. Although it’s more of a liquid, when casted, blown, molded and coldworked through a number of processes, it turns into a solid.
However, when it comes to their appearance, the glass usually retains its watery appearance which is shimmer-through when light passes through it.
This natural texture in its appearance is one of the main reasons why glass is used to create nature-inspired artworks more and more. And when it comes to nature, what beauty than flowers!
Among them, sunflowers represent ‘happy flowers’. They represent the dignity, the triumph of victory and the spark of light that ignites. And so will these sunflower styled glass knobs showcased by Indianshelf.
If you’d like to add little floating pops of colours in your house, these small sunflowers are a fresh introduction to some luminous glow.
Designed in bell and drum shapes to allow an easy grip, the knob fronts are pretty much like stained glass in appearance, rather molded in crystalline fashion. You might also notice the spindle centre as the spiralled seed heads in these floral knobs.
You can use them anywhere in your house or property including your bath, kitchen, powder room or even porch deck.