Verre eglomise panels with gilded, mirror-like designs elevate the backsplash in the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015 and tie together the design of the crisp white cabinetry and chocolate La Cornue range.
An installation of eyes painted in the verre eglomise style by Jane Richardson Mack follow you down the stairs in the "Stare" Well at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015. Verre eglomise is a technique where a gilded design is painted on the back side of a piece of glass for a mirror-like finish.
This seating area utilizes a wide range of patterns and textures – from the free-form shapes on the walls to the scalloped golden fabric on the pillows. The piece of art above the seating area was created with a technique called verre eglomise, which entails gilding the back side of glass with gold or metal leaf.