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30 November 2022

Daedalian’s Top Five Glass Bar Designs

Using glass as a feature in bar design creates an eye-catching focal point where there is the opportunity to create something really unique. At Daedalian Glass Studios we work with clients to create bespoke glass bar designs, offering almost endless possibilities for customisation.

We have narrowed down our top five favourite bar designs to inspire your interior design dreams!

5. Stratford Manor.

A relatively simple but classic bar design.  Recessed niches for bottles clad in back painted glass (any colour back painting, silvering, antique silvering or gilding can be specified) with clear glass shelving and integrated downlighting.

4. The Crowne Plaza Embankment, London

This Mondrian-inspired silver and golden fused glass design has been popular with designers sit was launched a few years back, from feature wall displays in the Regents Crescent development to this stunning bar back at the Crowne Plaza.

3. The RAC Club, Pall Mall, London.

Daedalian were commissioned to create a focal bar back for the RAC Club. Using a combination of fused, etched, and laminated glass, contrasting colours and textures were also used throughout the Art Deco design. The framework was constructed in a semi circular shape with an antique bronze finish. Located in the Brookland Room, using glass as a feature accentuated the drama of the Art Deco inspired interior.

2. Private Villa, La Californie, Cannes, France.

Daedalian created a series of focal points in glass throughout this Villa, one being a wow-factor bar in the games room . The glass bar back and top were created using kiln formed glass which was colour washed to feature blue hues with a stylised double A logo representing the property owners. This colour was featured throughout the super prime property which included a cinema, outdoor infinity pool, a spa and a gym.

1. Savoy, Beaufort Bar, London.

This beautifully intricate design was created with deep carve etching using sandblasting techniques. Hand etched detail was then meticulously added using a 5mm drill head, and the deep-etched glass was laminated to toughened glass to create a safety glass panel. This panel took almost 4 months to create due to the sheer amount of glass required to be carved away to realise the design.

If you are interested in creating a glass feature bar, or if you wish to discuss a glass design project, please contact our team via email ( or phone (01253 702 531).