Marbling glass is a technique that’s almost as old as the hills (the Egyptians were doing it in the 6th century BCE, apparently) and it’s easy to see why. As well as giving you the chance to get creative with colour combinations, it also means you end up with a unique decorative piece that fits perfectly in your home.
As well as being bang on trend, marbling is also a great way to upcycle an old glass jar or vase (something it’s easy to pick up cheaply in a junk shop or at an antique market) and to make use of any leftover paint you have lying around. Take inspiration from Laurence Llewelyn Bowen’s design and get marbling. It’s quick, easy and incredibly effective.
Watch the video to see Steph Howles, our brilliant Dulux Select Decorator, take you through the process or follow the simple step-by-step guide below.