Ancient pueblo pottery designs meets modern artistry. 

Jonathan Juanico’s modern take on the ancient Acoma pueblo pottery tradition 

inspired these Eldorado homeowners to follow their passion.

This breathtaking Eldorado kitchen backsplash installation arose out of the homeowners’ excitement for artistry. As indigenous art enthusiasts, when Lili and Gary saw one our ads featuring this Acoma design, they knew GLASSplash was the solution that would become the focal point for their kitchen remodel.

Utilizing tempered glass with mineral-based ceramic ink printed directly on the glass, the Eldorado backsplash also has an added feature.  It is backlit with dimmable LED lighting panels to fully illuminate their intricate Native-American story.

Festive and captivating, this installation is complemented by an extensive Native American art collection displayed throughout their home. This kitchen focal point, seamlessly melds the true heart of the home with the rest of their living environment. The Acoma-inspired GLASSplash becomes a rich conversation piece for the homeowners who deeply appreciate Indigenous art and culture.

The kitchen before the remodel.

Lili & Gary, standing in front of their newly installed GLASSplash.

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Ready to chat about your next backsplash project? 

We would love to talk with you. Please call us at 505.333.9096 or click on the link below. We look forward to hearing from you! 


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GLASSplash incorporates original art into panels of tempered glass, to provide stunningly unique additions to a kitchen and bath backsplash, along with offices and other environments. 

Lab: 603 Gomez Road, Santa Fe, NM 87505, US

By appointment only: +01.505.333.9096

Mailing: 1000 Cordova Place, PMB 623, Santa Fe, NM 87505, US

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