With Art Nouveau stained glass, homeowners can add a classic and beautiful style to any room in their homes. This movement, which literally means “new art” began at the end of the nineteenth century and extends to decorative art, furnishings, even architecture and more.
When we talk to people about stained glass windows, they always know exactly what we are talking about. But sometimes, when we mention leaded glass windows, they get a slightly confused look on their face.
“Is that glass made with lead?” they’ll ask us. It’s a reasonable question. So we’ve decided to set the record straight about leaded glass windows.
If you love stained glass, then you probably have admired antique stained glass many times. Did you know that you can have this classy and classic look in the windows or doors in your own home? Antique styles are simply classic, and the funny thing is, they seem to go with a wide variety of décors and architectural styles and periods. Perhaps it is because their designs just never seem to be either “in” or “out” of style.
If you own a stained glass window that has seen better days and could use a little TLC, the restoration experts at Scottish Stained Glass are here to help. When it comes to stained glass restoration, we will not kid you: it can be expensive. In fact, sometimes it can be more expensive than simply commissioning a brand new piece of stained glass, even one with the exact same design.
If you own a restaurant and are looking for a way to stand out from everybody else, Scottish Stained Glass has a unique and stunning solution. Custom stained glass will make your restaurant look unforgettable. It can add so much to your style and décor, your customers will just love the look.