Transom stained glass for your Fort Collins home.Martin Faith
If you have been considering a location for your stained glass windows, you might consider transom stained glass. Transom windows usually rest above existing windows or entryway doors in order to bring in more light into your home. Transoms are a lovely, interesting architectural detail that has been in use for centuries to bring in more light, and in some cases more air flow into the house. Transom stained glass can take those interesting windows and make them into a major design element in the room, one that adds so much style and elegance that you won’t believe you didn’t do it sooner.
Installing transom stained glass in these windows can add timeless beauty to your home. One place many Fort Collins residents have a transom window is right above their front doors. This window is usually either rectangular or half-moon shaped. It does not open, it is merely there to let light into what can be a dark area of the home.
If you add transom stained glass to that window, don’t forget matching stained glass in the sidelights on either side of the front door, or perhaps in the door itself.
Take a look at our entryway gallery to see how we have jazzed up the entryways of many customers with transom stained glass.
Take a look at our transom gallery to see some of these designs up close in greater detail.
Transom stained glass is not just for an entryway, though. You might have transoms in other rooms of your home. Perhaps as a row of narrow windows on top of your regular living room windows? Perhaps near the ceiling in the bedroom? Wherever you have transoms, transom stained glass would look phenomenal. Because we design it custom to your tastes, it can include colored glass, clear glass, beveled glass, frosted glass, on and on… you get the picture.
And because we are building it custom, you can have any style or design you like. Celtic? Floral? Art Deco? Geometric? Mission style? Or we can use one of your favorite designers or architect’s stained glass work for inspiration. Are you a fan of master architects Greene and Greene, Charles Rennie Mackintosh, or Frank Lloyd Wright? They all did many stained glass pieces as part of their architectural designs that are beloved to this day.
Why not make the best possible use of your transom windows, by turning them into pieces of art that will really finish the décor of a room? Transom stained glass gives any room a unique flair you will not grow tired of. For more information or to set up an appointment with one of our local designers, why not give us a call today?