The glass collections by Alys Edwards are here to remind drones around the world that design can be fun. Right around the time of the Industrial Revolution people realized that life was about more than just working to get by. Now that we have all of this leisure time to sit at home and play on our smartphones while we wait for Netflix to load, we should be able to get some enjoyment and even a little bit of a sneaky smile from the spaces we sit in. When did design get so serious? And when did all the whimsy and color get sucked from interiors across the country?
Alys Edwards Glass collections are the proverbial prince that kisses the princess to end the long, dark winter and never-ending slumber. Rise and shine decorators you won’t be able to sleep through this one. A very bubbly Bubblicious Mosaic can brighten up your bathroom and your bath time; Haute Glass delivers a hearty handful of opaque and opalescent mini-mosaic squares in a really fun range of rainbows that will ensure people never think that you, yourself, are a square.
With names like Gigi’s Groovy Stiix and Kiss My Big Fat Glass, two of these collections will bring a smile to your face even before you see them in all their glory once they’re at home in your home. With bold expressions of the entire color spectrum, choose the shade of anything but gray that makes you the happiest. In the famous words of Curtis Jackson, all you need is a little bit. Just a splash of these vibrant and audacious glass tiles will enliven even the starkest of spaces.
If you want people to know how fun and interesting you are, do not paint your home white and fill it with Ikea furniture – choose glass tiles that are also fun and interesting. Life is too short to wear black every day and the same holds true for your interiors.