You may have a kitchen garden - but what about a garden kitchen?

With a new splashback collection, you could give your kitchen the feel of a greenhouse

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Embracing the growing trend for using terrariums and house plants around the home to bring your rooms to life, a new range of splashbacks gives you the chance to bring even more greenery inside. 

Okay, so it's not real greenery, but the plants and flowers hand-painted by decorative glass designer Emma Britton are realistic, unique – and the perfect way to add a joyful, decorative flourish to a kitchen or even a bathroom, spaces that often cry out for a bit of pattern.  

Inspired by opulent orangeries found in period country houses, the Glasshouse range features delicately hand-drawn, exotic blooms, including black iris, willow, orange crown imperial, Oxalis triangularis and pilea. 

With every design made-to-measure from toughened glass, and priced from £270 for a 600 x 600mm panel, they are a beautiful and unusual alternative to plain glass or tile designs. 

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Emma Britton Willow & Red Admiral splashback, from £270 for a 600mm x 600mm panel

(Image: © Emma Britton willow splashback)

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The Fritillaria imperialis design for the new Glasshouse splashback collection 

(Image: © Emma Britton Fritillaria splashback)