Austin Religious Stained Glass Repair: Where to Begin?

Posted April 22nd, 2018 by ssgadmin
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For many churches, stained glass conservation is an important topic. Preserving stained glass allows future generations to enjoy it. Aged stained glass windows can also be very valuable to a church for monetary reasons, especially if the windows are old enough to be antique. That’s why many churches opt to have their stained glass restored instead of replacing it when it starts to deteriorate or becomes damaged. In this article, we’ll discuss the benefits for Austin religious stained repair and the restoration process.

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How To Incorporate Stained Glass Into Your Salt Lake City Home Remodel

Posted April 18th, 2018 by ssgadmin

Stained Glass For The Perfect Salt Lake City Remodel

For those remodeling their Salt Lake City homes, now is a great time to add stained glass. However, if you are like many other people we, at Scottish Stained Glass, have consulted with you are not quite sure how to incorporate stained glass into your home. We have some good news for you though– incorporating stained glass into your home is easy and goes beautifully with any style of home. Below we have listed some tips on how to incorporate stained glass in your Salt Lake City home so you can make the best decision on what is right for your style.

Stained Glass Tip 1: Stained Glass Does Not Have To Be Old Fashioned Looking

A lot of people think stained glass is a thing of the past and goes well only in churches and vintage homes. However, the truth of the matter is, stained glass can be as old or as modern looking as you would like. For those with newer homes or those fixing up older home to give them a modern feel, there are a ton of modern stained glass looks out there and at Scottish we are happy to use them as inspiration for your glass–just send us a picture of modern glass you like and we will create a classically inspired masterpiece just for you.

Stained Glass Tip 2: Stained Glass Does Not Just Go In Windows

Many people think of stained glass as something that only goes in entryway or hallway window but nothing could be further from the truth! In reality, stained glass is a great accent piece in any space, like kitchen cabinet doors, room dividers, windows between rooms, skylights, or even as a fireplace screen. Stained glass is not as fragile as you may think, in fact, it is just as durable as any type of glass you would have installed in these areas anyway and 10 times as beautiful! So, go ahead and use your imagination–we are happy to turn your stained glass dreams into reality!

Stained Glass Tip 3: Stained Glass Is Great For Privacy

One application for stained glass that the perfect blend of form and function is privacy stained glass. This is because stained glass makes windows where you need privacy beautiful but still obscures the view from outside. For example, stained glass makes for gorgeous bathroom windows or windows facing other houses close by. Entryways are also a perfect example of where stained glass can block the view from outside but still let in natural light to keep your Salt Lake City home bright and welcoming.

For more about stained glass in your remodel watch the video below:

For more information on how stained glass can add beauty and brilliance to your Salt Lake City home, contact us at Scottish Stained Glass today!

Benefits of Creating Custom Stained Glass Designs for Your Denver Home

Posted April 16th, 2018 by ssgadmin
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Adding a custom stained glass window to your Denver home can be beneficial for many reasons. Not only does stained glass offer a way to enhance the aesthetic appearance of your home, but it can also make it more functional and enjoyable to live in.

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How To Tell Whether Stained Glass Is Leaded, Stained Or Beveled

Posted April 16th, 2018 by ssgadmin

The Difference Between Stained, Leaded and Beveled Glass

At Scottish Stained Glass we get a lot of questions about a subject we are passionate about– stained glass.  We love answering those questions for potential and existing customers alike to help them along their way to a more beautiful home. The questions are on various topics: styles, colors, restoration vs. repair.  One question we get frequently is what the difference is between stained glass and leaded glass and where beveled fits in. As it turns out–stained and leaded glass are more or less the same thing. However, read below for more details on these types of stained glass and for more information on our craft.

What is Stained Glass vs. Leaded Glass?

For homeowners like yourself,  the terms stained glass and leaded glass interchangeably.   However, in the stained glass industry, we generally refer to stained glass as having color and leaded glass as being clear.  So, while all glass is leaded, all leaded glass is not stained. The difference is tiny but knowing this may help you better communicate exactly what you are looking for on your Fort Collins home.

What Is Beveled Glass?

Beveled glass is a piece of glass, usually clear, that has an angled cut around the periphery.  This angled cut helps reflect light in beautiful ways creates gorgeous depth and character.

What is Textured Glass?

Although plain leaded glass is clear and usually without color, it is hardly dull.  This is because it often has textured glass pieces in it. Textured glass pieces have appearances all the way from wavy designs (called “water glass”) to feathery textures called “glue chip”.  Using textured glass in leaded glass windows is a great way to add an air of elegance to any area of your Fort Collins home: entryways, bathrooms, kitchens, sidelights and more.

For more information on lovely, custom stained glass for your Fort Collins home watch the video below:

For more information about stained, leaded, beveled or textured glass, contact us at Scottish Stained Glass today!  We are Fort Collins’s foremost stained glass expert and would love to help you with your stained glass project.

Custom Made Stained Glass Family Crests For Your Colorado Springs Home

Posted April 10th, 2018 by ssgadmin

Custom Stained Glass Family Crests For Your Colorado Springs Home

When it comes to stained glass what many people don’t realize is that the traditional church style designs or even poplar home floral or geometric designs are not the only types of stained glass window designs out there.  In fact, there is a huge variety of stained glass window themes and styles to interest nearly anyone. One of these less known but just as amazing styles is family crest stained glass. They can be custom created to fit your family sigil and badge and we can even add the crest’s motto or slogan.  Whatever you feel best represents your proud family history, can be easily created here at the stained glass studios of Scottish Stained Glass.

How Are Stained Glass Crest’s Created And What Do They Look Like?

As we mentioned, each family crest is individually crafted, right here, in-house at Scottish.  The design of a family crest is usually octagonal but, of course, the shape is totally up to you and your family.  Since or stained glass crests are hand created they will become an heirloom of your family, lasting for generations to come!  However, they also come with a lifetime transferable warranty so these can be passed on from generation to generation. In fact, If properly maintained they will last 80-100 years before needing repair!

Can I Give a Stained Glass Family Crest As  A Gift?

The answer is yes–absolutely.  A piece of family crest stained glass can be made as a window, window panel or a hanging panel.  The great thing about giving the gift of family crest stained glass is the whole family gets to celebrate and enjoy their heritage with a piece like this.  We have done crests for schools, fraternal organizations, and similar organizations, so this is a ubiquitous gift for those who are hard to buy for.


For more information on lovely stained glass for your Colorado Springs home, watch our video below!

For more information on our custom stained glass creation or to talk to someone about a family crest for your Colorado Springs home, contact us today!


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