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3 Ways To Incorporate Stained Glass In Your Home

Stained glass windows are a beautiful addition to any home. They offer a focal point to any building and can be completely personalised to suit your style.

If you appreciate the magnificence of stained glass windows and want to know how to incorporate their colourful designs into your home; then read on for three ideas to help inspire you…

Front Door

A Stained glass window within your front door can really help to add character to your home. It will also create a warm and inviting appearance for guests. You can either create a bespoke stained glass window for your front door or use a reclaimed window. With a bespoke design you have the freedom to create any style or pattern you desire. You could even incorporate a family crest or your door number into the design.

Lattice Windows

If you live in a period home, with original lattice style windows, you are in luck! Lattice windows are an ideal way to add a stained glass look to your home. Simply call in a professional to replace some of the clear panes of glass with coloured pieces. This will create a subtle, but beautiful stained glass effect, which can include your interior colour scheme.

Bathroom Windows

Bathrooms are a popular area to add stained glass windows. This is because they let in the daylight, whilst maintaining privacy. They can also be encapsulated into double glazed units to add more security and warmth. Another great way to incorporate stained glass into a bathroom is by commissioning a glass partition or interior door.


If you are keen to commission a stained glass window for your home, a good place to start is by looking into the period it was built. For example, you could consider an Art-Deco style design if your home was built around the 1930s. A reputable stained glass specialist can help you to create a bespoke design that will perfectly compliment your home.

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