Scottish Stained Glass is a unique stained glass process to design and manufacture custom-made high-quality leaded / beveled / stained glass windows of all shapes and sizes. Created from over 1000 different colors, dozens of glass textures, and hundreds of bevel and bevel cluster designs, your new window design is only limited by the extent of your vision, and your designers’ imagination. The process involves a combination of cutting edge computer design technology and traditional craftsmanships with techniques passed down through generations. This results in Scottish Stained Glass being the most beautiful and high quality stained glass you will ever see and all the work is done here in the USA.
Trained in Scotland, Martin Faith brought his expertise to America over 15 years ago. Scottish Stained Glass is so named to bring to mind the beautiful colors and textures of Scotland.
Yes! Beautiful custom-designed windows with a choice of either vividly breathtaking colors or clear, elegant beveled glass. Scottish Stained Glass graces the windows of many churches.
Not all of our designs contain colored glass. In fact, 90% of the work we do utilizes clear textures and beveled glass pieces.
Yes, Scottish Stained Glass hires only the most talented artisans to create and produce windows inspired by famous designers such as Charles Rennie MackIntosh and Prairie Style. Almost any design can be incorporated into a Scottish Stained Glass window.
For an example some of our clients’ favorite window designs, please check out the gallery page on this website.
Stained glass is individual pieces of glass cut to size and shape and joined together with lead in between the pieces. The glass can be either clear, clear-textured, colored or beveled.
Leaded glass and stained glass are basically the same, but leaded glass is more often used to describe designs which have no color.
Beveled glass is clear glass (normally 3/16” or 1/4” thick) which is ground and polished around the edges to create the beveled edge around the exterior of the glass piece. This gives a prismatic appearance to the edges of the glass and can produce a rainbow effect when the sun shines through the glass.
The designs which Scottish Stained Glass designers have created are influenced by a mixture of European and North American art and architecture. This unique world-wide perspective gives us a style which is distinctive to Scottish Stained Glass.
If cared for properly, stained glass should last forever. Many of our creations are destined to become family heirlooms.
In most cases, an additional piece of glass is installed to the exterior of the home to prevent any contact with the outside elements. However, even if it is not possible to install the glass this way then the weather should have very little effect on the leaded glass panel.
In most cases, the stained glass is being installed without removing the existing glass. Therefore, the stained glass will add to the energy efficiency of the home.
Scottish Stained Glass designers will create custom designs to match the interior décor of the home and will use beveled glass, colored glass or clear textured glass in order to get the best overall result that meets the individual desires of the client. In some cases we will use all colored glass and in other cases we will use no color.
Possibly… some of the textures and colors of glass will reduce the amount of ultraviolet light coming into the room. Our sister company, Scottish Window Tinting has window film’s designed specifically to block the UV rays that cause fading.
No. In fact, the individual pieces of glass joined together with the lead will add some flexibility to the overall window and make it slightly more difficult to break than a regular, clear, annealed single-pane glass.
Scottish Stained Glass require little or no maintenance. Simply spray a little glass cleaner on a cloth and wipe off any fingerprints. Use a feather duster every few weeks, or as required. Do not spray the windows directly as you will find it more difficult to clean them this way.
Scottish Stained Glass works with many realtors who believe that stained and leaded glass is a wonderful investment for a home. However, many of our clients fall in love with their windows and decide to take them along when they move to a new home!
Yes! Scottish Stained Glass works with many builders and contractors on new construction and remodeling projects. Some of our home builders offer leaded glass windows as a standard feature of the home sale. Others offer the leaded glass as an optional extra. All agree that the addition of leaded glass makes the home easier to sell and more appealing to the prospective home buyer. This allows the home builder to stand out in the crowd.
Scottish Stained Glass designers work side-by-side with professional interior designers and decorators to the benefit of our mutual clients. By incorporating our leaded glass designs into the overall design package, we are able to increase the customer satisfaction level and improve the status of the designers/decorators we work with.
All shapes and sizes of glass are available as we create custom designed windows ranging from a few inches up to 36 square feet in size. Anything larger than a 36 square foot panel can be produced in sections.
Yes! We can ship anywhere in the contiguous United States. We have thousands of clients who live all over the country. Our clients come to us from all over the United States because of our unique designs and the quality of our manufacturing. Many of our repeat clients tell us that they simply can’t find anything close to the same quality anywhere else.
Absolutely Yes!! Even during the first phases of architectural design, our artisans and designers are happy to work with the home builder and/or buyer to help create a custom window for a new home.
It is beneficial to incorporate your new Scottish Stained Glass window into your home design as early as possible; however, we can work with the home builder/ buyer at any state of construction, even after completion.
Yes, some of Scottish Stained Glass’s most popular windows are inspired from the great imaginations of world-famous architects Charles Rennie Mackintosh and Prairie Style.
Yes. Scottish Stained Glass has over 20,000 unique custom designs in our computer database and several hundred of these are in the prairie style.
Yes, all of our artisans live in the local area.
Scottish Stained Glass creates both simple and complex designs to suit any budget. The cost depends upon the complexity of the design and the size of the window, not the color or texture of glass used. Please call our office with the size and shape of your window for an estimate.
As stated above, a darkened colored glass window can reduce ultraviolet rays, protecting furniture and diminishing the glare of direct sunlight.
Yes, many clients buy leaded windows for the express purpose of providing privacy in entryways and bathrooms…or anywhere else that privacy is desired. The amount of privacy afforded depends upon the type of glass chosen.
Scottish Stained Glass offers a one-year warranty on all parts and labor. However, once the leaded glass windows have been installed they should last a lifetime (if not accidentally broken.)
Normally the existing glass is not removed and the leaded glass is simply bonded to the clear glass, with the leaded glass on the inside of the home. However in some cases Scottish Stained Glass will replace the clear glass if the clear glass contains any cracks, blemishes or grids / mullions which may have a detrimental effect on the design.
Scottish Stained Glass has been in business since 1991 but the combined experience of all our employees is over 400 years!
Yes!! And you will want to! We will be happy to assist you in removing and transferring the glass to your new home.
The glass is colored during the manufacturing process and is received by Scottish Stained Glass in an already colored state. The color is all the way through the glass, and is not “painted” on. Therefore, the color will never fade.
Yes. Many of our clients order leaded glass in frames which can be hung as a decorative addition to any room.
Home Depot and other such stores do not offer custom designed windows and doors.
No, but you will have our undying love and devotion.
More hugs and kisses than you can possibly imagine…from your neighbor.
Our owner and founder, Martin Faith, is originally from Scotland. Many of our design ideas are influenced by European architecture. The glass itself is mostly manufactured in the US and the leaded panels are fabricated locally by our employees.
Over 1,000 colors of stained glass are available.
The smallest piece that we have ever created was 6” x 6”.
In almost all cases, Scottish Stained Glass will come to your home and install your glass for you. For clients living outside Colorado and Texas, we have a network of installers. For clients who wish to install the glass themselves, we have produced installations video to demonstrate the process.
Please contact your local Scottish Stained Glass office and ask for information.
We offer such incredible value for your money that it would be almost impossible for these exceptional prices to get any lower!
Yes, please contact your nearest office for details.
Scottish Stained Glass can produce any size window; with each panel being as large as 36 square feet.
$250 is our minimum order.
We currently have over 15,000 designs in our computer database and we are adding new designs daily; however, we can custom make any kind of design.
Yes! Please check this website for a list of upcoming shows.
The time varies greatly for manufacturing, and installation, but you can expect to receive and estimate from one of our sales consultants when discussing design and installation of your.
No. Normally our installers leave the existing trim on and around the window and bond the leaded glass to the clear glass.
Yes. One of the most popular applications of Scottish Stained Glass is to create beautiful leaded designs that give privacy while still allowing the natural light to come into the bathroom.
Yes, but the stained glass must be protected by clear, tempered safety glass to prevent accidental breakage.
Yes! Any shape or size can be manufactured.
Yes. Some French doors and/or are split into several mullioned smaller windows which is a typical application of Scottish Stained Glass.
Yes! Scottish Stained Glass in kitchen cabinets looks absolutely superb!
Yes, many of our clients have custom ordered beautiful transom windows to enhance the beauty of their homes. This makes a more unique decorative statement than an ordinary mini-blind.
Yes, depending on the type of glass used, as much or as little privacy as the homeowner desires can be produced.
Yes, in addition to providing an appealing welcoming statement, front door sidelights can prevent door-to-door salespeople and other solicitors / nosy neighbors from taking a peek inside your home.
Absolutely! This is a stunning and popular use of stained glass and will add character and beauty to your wine cellar entryway. Scottish Stained Glass has designed these types of windows using either clear glasses to give a subtle and elegant appearance, or alternatively using colored glass for a vivid* array of eye-catching appeal (*add your own superlatives, please…)
Yes! While we have completed dozens of hotel installations across the country, we are most proud of the Hotel Boulderado Stained Glass Ceiling restoration.
Yes, believe it or not we can actually make basement window wells look attractive!
Yes. Scottish Stained Glass gift certificates are the ideal gift for all your special occasions.
Yes, our Scottish background brings with it a love of all things Celtic (except possibly bagpipes at close quarters) and we happily will incorporate these designs into your custom stained glass window.
Yes, but more correctly the Thistle is the national “weed” of Scotland.
Yes, any kind of design is possible!
Do not lick, chew or eat your leaded glass windows and you will not be poisoned by your leaded glass.
Scottish Stained Glass is an expanding company and has positions available from time to time.
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