Have a room that you want to add lots of light, some color and privacy from the outside…well this type of stained glass window does exactly that! Trellis and clematis flowers makes up the entire design of this window and we used soft peachy colors for the clematis flowers and various green leaves with a natural brown coloration for the trellis detail, finishing it off with a textured, distressed antique glass as the background which allows lots of light into the room but complete privacy!
Another great example of creating an organic floral design for a stained glass transom. We designed the window with trellis so that the trumpet flowers to grow throughout the window to look as if the flowers were growing on the outside of the window. We incorporated a butterfly in this piece because our client loves butterflies. We used a soft blue sky colored glass to give a wispy appearance for the background and rich orange trumpet flowers. This transom stained glass window filtered the light in our clients living room.
Have a window that you want to hang a small stained glass panel in? This dogwood floral circular stained glass window with ornamental border is just the right piece to brighten up any window in your home! We added a beaded edge to this piece just to give a little extra finishing touch!
The white heavily textured flower petals peel off this piece and make it extremely dimensional. The back-ground glass is a specialty type of glass that actually has confetti type pieces of green finished off with textured crystal glass and milky glass woven into it, giving the appearance of more foliage. The entire pieces is white jewels. Definitely a lovely stained glass piece to add to any window or room! These are great ways of adding a work of #art to any window!