Scottish Stained Glass for Denver Homes
Though many people primarily think of stained glass for its use in religious settings, it’s actually been used in residential architecture for decades. Stained glass was originally incorporated into residential architecture long before it found its place in cathedrals, and was a symbolic sign of wealth. Later on, it continued to remain popular for residential architecture over the course of time and has been used by notable architects such as Frank Lloyd Wright, the Greene Brothers, and Charles Rennie Mackintosh.
At Scottish Stained Glass in Denver, we are honored to uphold the tradition of continuing this ancient form of art by working with homeowners all throughout the Denver metro area to create beautiful stained glass windows for their homes. Our most common requests are for entryway, kitchens, and bathroom stained glass, though we also create stained glass for cabinets, wine cellars, basements, and more. At Scottish Stained Glass, beautifying your Denver home with unique and high quality stained glass is our mission and our passion.
Scottish Stained Glass Types & Styles for Denver
The type of stained glass that you choose is entirely up to you. At Scottish Stained Glass in Denver, we can model your design after a traditional style, replicate a portrait or photograph of your choosing, or even help you come up with something entirely unique based on your specific interests and vision. We are able to produce an extensive variety of styles, ranging from modern styles with clear glass to colorful traditional works like art nouveau, art deco, Celtic stained glass, and more.
Many of our clients that live within historic districts of the Denver metro area like Park Hill and Capitol Hill prefer more traditional designs whereas homeowners in newer developments in Centennial, Parker, and eastern Aurora opt for versatile, modern designs. Whatever your preference, we will be happy to work with you to create a beautiful new stained glass window for your home for you and your family to enjoy for generations.