Stained glass windows offer another dimension to lighting.
The design and colors can be for your own personal art or to radiate an effect on the area. Stained glass can also be used to block an undesirable view or to modify the natural light thereby accommodating an area’s decor.
Panels add accent when more involved modifications are not appropriate or needed. They also can be moved with ease to vary or compliment changes in design concepts. Panels can comprise the greatest use of customization for design purposes, giving the owner greater flexibility.
Partitions create a blocked view while still affording a sense of openness. They can be moved about for use where needed. Partitions are also excellent at dividing design concepts or area uses in larger spaces.
Transform the feel of your kitchen or bathroom with glass art cabinet doors. As inserts, the glass will retain the structural integrity of the cabinet while giving these rooms your personal touch.
DOORS / TRANSOM
Doors can be accented or transformed into more than a function of access. Highlight your entryways with a statement that reflects your taste. Personalize your thruways or closets with stained glass inserts. Stained Glass is also more secure than plain glass as the soldered lead creates a stubborn obstacle.
SKYLIGHT / DOMES
Take advantage of natural overhead light for areas where electrical lighting is not practical or desirable. Open and fill your area with color and design. Stained glass ceiling panels can also be used to cover recessed artificial lighting.
Beveling is a specialty skill that adds contour to the glass. Each piece is individually ground to shape and polished. Used on panels and mirrors, beveling adds an extra dimension to the piece, allowing the glass to flow together and distort the light. Use beveled glass when color isn’t appropriate. The use of clear ‘textured’ glasses combined with beveling creates a stunningly beautiful look for any application.