Without a doubt, the stained glass window is a unique element of the interior. Internet is flooded with beautiful pictures of interiors decorated with colorful windows: from classic, elegant apartments to modern avant-garde lofts. How not to get lost in this vast amount of inspirations and choose something suitable for us?
What type of the stained glass fits your interior?
Before we order a stained glass window, it is worth considering the effect we want to achieve and plan our next steps accordingly. Each interior has a different purpose and character, so planning a decorative glazing, we must answer such questions:
One type of stained glass will match the spacious and bright living room or kitchen, another one would be recommended for a library or a quiet office. For a bathroom we will choose yet another one - the one that will meet both conditions: decorative and functional (it has to be an opaque shutter).
Clear or slightly tinted.
Such stained glass let in a lot of light into the interior, provide an outside view (exact or slightly distorted, depending on the degree of "waving").
in vivid colors
The outline of objects can be seen behind colored glasses: trees, buildings, window bars.
Matt glass with texture
this type is used mainly for the 'tiffany' technique. Such glass isolates from the outside. They also limit the amount of incoming light.
Similar issues concern fused glass panles.
This technique offers a wide range of possibilities. By grading the color and density of the pattern, we can achieve different degrees of transparency.
Clear fuses glass with texture and small amount of color.
The exterior soothly interweave with the inside. In form of blurry splashes of color it becomes a part of the project.
Textured fused glass in vivid colors
This technique allows us to create semi-transparent or opaque divisions in sexpressive style.