Where to start
The location for your stained glass window may affect the type of design you choose.
YOUR FIRST DECISIONS
Once you have decided to get a stained glass feature, your first decisions are where to put it and what type of design you would like.
We are here to help, so please get in touch to make a time to come into our studio, or contact us by text, phone or email via our contact form to arrange a time for us to visit you.
The most popular areas are entranceways, either in the door or beside it in a sidelight. Other popular spots are stairwells, bathrooms and kitchens. They can also be hung as window art or used as room dividers in a variety of ways.
Stained glass is not just for houses and commercial buildings. We also install into outdoor locations like decks, gazebos and as sculptures.
Glass is made for light, so the more backlight you have for your leadlight, the more vibrant it will be. However, by careful selection of glass types and colours and by using mirror backing or even artificial light, we can make the most of any situation.
Stained glass can also be set into internal walls to bring additional ight and character into a room.