Bring more light to your hallway
Hallway stained glass is a traditional and elegant option for any hallway window in any style of home. Many older Colorado homes have a small stained glass window in their front hallways. Their owners tell us they love this window because it adds great character to the hallway and lets in some much needed light to that somewhat darkish area.
We love designing hallway stained glass for clients who want that same character-filled look. All it takes is a window (or two) in your hallway or stairwell and a visit by one of our stained glass designers to create the perfect style, the perfect design to complement your home’s décor.
If you think about the average hallway, it is usually narrow, dark, and difficult to decorate. Homeowners want some kind of décor that won’t make the space any darker, of course, and will also not take up any space to make it feel even narrower. Hallway stained glass is the perfect solution.
Now, what about those hallways with a window that opens up to a not very nice view? Perhaps a close up of your neighbor’s siding, your own detached garage, maybe even an alley or a parking lot? Again, hallway stained glass is the stunningly simple solution. After all, it replaces that eyesore of a view with what is essentially a piece of glass art. Light can still shine through. And our clients tell us they cannot believe how beautiful their new hallway stained glass looks, even though they had a hand in the design process!
Speaking of the design process, our designers sit down with you and discuss styles and periods, designs and patterns, colors and types of glass. They will make sketches until you pick the perfect window designs for your hallway stained glass. Whether you want colored windows or colorless frosted windows, perhaps with some beveled glass thrown in for texture and light, we will build exactly what you want.
Did we mention that each and every piece of custom designed stained glass we produce is hand crafted by one of our specially trained local artisans? It’s true, each piece of glass is cut and assembled by hand. Our stained glass might take a bit longer to make than some others, but our clients can see the quality difference immediately.
So is hallway stained glass exactly what your hallway is missing? Do you want it strictly for aesthetics, or for practical or privacy reasons? If yes, why not contact us today to set up that initial design consultation and get the ball rolling. Down with dull hallways!