Salt Lake City Stained Glass offers our customers the chance to get involved in the design process. If you are looking for custom stained glass windows or doors, designed to complement your home or office’s décor or perhaps the architectural style of the building, you have come to the right place.
There are various components of our custom design process. We start with an in home visit to our clients. They will get to pick the style, the actual design or pattern, and the types of glass that they’d like their Salt Lake City stained glass to be created with. Let’s take a look at each of these components, one by one.
Salt Lake City Stained Glass Style
When we talk about style, we are referring to the actual type of design you’re interested in. For example, many of our clients love the antique style, the Art Nouveau style, or the traditional Celtic style. While other clients are enamored of the Mission style, or something very contemporary like our own unique signature Aspen style.
Click here to see the various Salt Lake City stained glass styles we are versed in.
Salt Lake City Stained Glass Designs
Once you have chosen an overall style, then we move on to the actual pattern or design itself. Let’s take Celtic style for an example. If you are familiar with Celtic art, you are probably familiar with the famous Celtic knot. But for your stained glass windows, we could create a simple knot pattern or a more elaborate one. The actual design can have other Celtic elements as well.Click here to see our Celtic stained glass photo gallery to get some idea of what we are talking about. All the photos on this page fall into the Celtic style, but they are all very different from one another.
Salt Lake City Stained Glass Colors and Textures
Once your design is chosen, the next choice involves the type of glass. Colored or colorless? Clear or frosted? Beveled or some other unique type of glass? For residential applications, our clients usually choose clear, colorless, frosted, and beveled glass. This type of glass has three advantages. First, it adds privacy to an entryway or bathroom window. Second, it continues to let the light through. Third, it will match with any color scheme.
On the other hand, many (but not all) of our residential and religious clients choose the kind of bright, vivid colors that most people associate with stained glass for their windows.
Click here to see our leaded and beveled stained glass photo gallery.
For more information about Salt Lake City Stained Glass and our custom products, or to make an in-home appointment with one of our local designers, please give us a call today.