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On 19, Jan 2012 | No Comments | In | By Martin Faith

Stained Glass Entryway Doors

Entryways are the first thing you and your guests see when approaching and entering your home. They should be something special and memorable, and make you smile every time you come home.

With stained and leaded glass for your entryway, you can make a lasting first impression. All of our entryway stained glass windows made for Forth Worth homes are custom designed, unique creations. This allows us to create pieces for any size or shape of sidelight, transom, or door.

Give your home a gorgeous outward appearance and boost its curb appeal. Entryway stained glass is just what you need to make the right impression.

Custom Designed Entryway Stained Glass

When you choose us, you’ll get the assistance of qualified experts who have an eye for crafting elegant entryways. Our designers will work with you to determine if you want to utilize beveled, clear, textured, or colored glass.
This way, you can create the effect and welcome you want your family, friends, and neighbors to experience when visiting your home.

Privacy Glass for Sidelights & Doors

Stained and leaded glass can be applied to any window in any room, but sidelights and doors are one of the most practical and useful areas in which they can be used. Normally, sidelights and door windows without any sort of covering are easy to see into. Unfortunately, this produces the perfect opportunity for absolutely anybody to walk up and easily peer into your home.

At night, with the lights on inside your home, passersby can even view the interior of your home from a distance. This compromises your comfort and even your safety. Blinds and curtains can be applied to your sidelights and doors. But when this approach is taken, you are trading natural light for privacy. They can also be overwhelming on a thin window, and detract from the beauty of your home.

With stained glass, you do not have to jeopardize your natural lighting, ambiance, or d├ęcor. Leaded and stained glass is beautiful and custom designed to your individual style. It also has dual functionality because it creates privacy while still allowing sunlight to enter the interior of your home. Protecting your comfort and safety can be easily achieved by utilizing stained glass as a solution.

A Beautiful, Valuable Addition to Any Home

Once you have installed stained glass to your entryway, the resale value of your home immediately increases. If you eventually decide to leave your current home, you want to be able to sell it at the right price. It is important to consider prospective buyers when presenting your house to the market.

When viewing your home for the first time, future homeowners will immediately sense individuality and elegance because of the unique entryway they are confronted with. In this way, stained glass will help you stand out to buyers and sell your home faster.

Skillfully Produced by Talented Artisans

Entryway stained glass is complex and requires the skill of a trained and talented designer. For windows in these locations, it is imperative to consider how it will look from both the inside and outside. Our knowledgeable and experienced team will take all facets of your home into account when creating your stained glass. We’ll produce a gorgeous look that will help you achieve the perfect balance between privacy and light.

Create a Beautiful Look for your Entryway

Scottish Stained Glass provides free, in-home design consultations. Our designers will work with you to create a unique piece of functional art for your entryway using stained glass. Call our Fort Worth office today to get started!

Martin Faith has dedicated his life's career to the study, preservation, and exploration of one of the world's most beautiful and rare forms of art. For the past 30 years, he has been running his stained glass studio based out of Fort Worth, Texas. Martin's company specializes in an array of stained glass styles, ranging from traditional to contemporary, including Mackintosh, Greene & Greene, art nouveau, art deco, prairie, beveled glass, and religious. He has personally overseen numerous restorations for churches during which rare and valuable glass was saved from extinction. Over the years, he and his team have produced over 50,000 stained and leaded glass windows for homes, churches, and buildings in Fort Worth and throughout the continental U.S.