Custom Frank Lloyd Wright stained glass.Martin Faith
Many of our clients are very familiar with the striking style of stained glass work popularized by Frank Lloyd Wright. This iconic master designer and architect called his stained glass windows “light screens” and considered them an integral part of his architectural projects.
His style (which became popular at the same time as the Mission style, and is sometimes considered one and the same) is still widely appreciated and sought after today. So we aren’t surprised when we get calls from homeowners and business owners who want to grace their premises with some custom Frank Lloyd Wright stained glass. What they are looking for is stained glass done in this master’s style.
And we have to admit, it’s also one of our favorite styles, with the intricate geometric patterns and the clear glass with pops of color. In fact, this type of stained glass is perfect when you want to add some aesthetic excitement to a room without blocking the view from the window. With Frank Lloyd Wright stained glass, you can have your stained glass window and your view, too!
Frank Lloyd Wright stained glass is timeless. And the work we do for you might just become a valued family heirloom. Why is his style so popular? It’s clean, it’s modern, it works in a wide variety of different décor styles and styles of architecture.
Click here to see some of the Mission style stained glass we’ve done for Wright loving clients over the last couple of decades.
Click here to see more styles inspired by master stained glass artist Frank Lloyd Wright.
Here at Fort Collins Stained Glass, we honor the work of this iconic figure by creating new, custom designs inspired by his work, as opposed to replicas of his work. This gives you something with the look and feel you are after, but fully customized to your tastes and your home, office, or other commercial space.
Frank Lloyd Wright stained glass styles are particularly popular in a more modern home’s entryway, or even in the kitchen. As kitchen cabinet stained glass, this style makes a striking statement and gives any kitchen an updated look, instantly, for much less cost than a kitchen remodel.
If you are a fan of Frank Lloyd Wright and his famed “light screens,” please let us know. If you think you’d like to add some Frank Lloyd Wright inspired stained glass to your home, please give us a shout! We’ll send one of our designers to your home or office to work on the design with you. Why not call us today to set up a no-cost initial design consultation?