Custom transom stained glass Ft. CollinsMartin Faith
Looking for transom stained glass, Ft. Collins? Perhaps as a home owner, you have never considered doing anything with your existing transom windows. After all, they are usually placed fairly high in a wall, near the ceiling. You wouldn’t usually add shades or curtains of any sort, would you?
The main purpose of transom windows is to add more light to a space. They also add a unique architectural detail to a room. And if you have taken care to make sure every detail of that room is decorated just how you want it, then why not take advantage of those windows?
Transom stained glass, Ft. Collins residents are realizing, can add privacy. Add value to the home. Add beauty, uniqueness, a focal point, and a truly unusual wow factor. But let’s talk about that light. We mentioned the main purpose of transom windows was to let in more light. So what if you want every bit of that light to still flow through? Would transom stained glass still be a good idea? We say absolutely, yes!
With leaded colorless stained glass, or clear glass with just small bits of color such as is seen in the Mission Style, you can have your cake and eat it too: all the light plus all the gorgeousness.
Click here to see some examples of the many Mission style stained glass windows we have created for our clients over the past couple of decades. This style is frequently associated with famed architect and master stained glass designer Frank Lloyd Wright, although many other designers of the day were known for it as well. Can you imagine this beautiful geometric style in your transom stained glass, Ft. Collins?
Now, what about if your transom windows let through too much light?
Perhaps the sun bakes through the transoms in your bedroom and wakes you too early each morning. After all, Ft. Collins does get over 300 days of sun a year. If this is your situation, custom stained glass is also the perfect solution. Just tell us your needs, and we will suggest glass that is a bit more opaque and can really filter the light, cutting it down just enough so you’ll get your morning beauty sleep.
Do you happen to have a transom window in your home’s entryway, above the front door? This happens to be one of the most common places to find a transom. And it also happens to be the most popular place to add transom stained glass in Ft. Collins, usually along with sidelight stained glass in a matching pattern.
Of course, most of our clients simply want stained glass in their homes because they love the look. If you are interested in making a no-cost, in-home appointment with one of our designers to create your own custom-designed transom stained glass, Ft. Collins, please contact us today.