Custom hallway stained glass for a beautiful view.

Custom hallway stained glass for a beautiful view.

If you have a view of your neighbors’ siding from your hallway windows, and although you love the light you don’t like the view, Stained Glass Dallas has what we’d consider the perfect solution. Custom hallway stained glass can give you a beautiful stained glass view, block a not so beautiful view, and still let in the light.

Hallways are frequently dark and difficult to light well. If you have one or more hallway windows, you might consider yourself quite lucky. Even if the window does open onto the side of someone else’s building, there will still be a certain amount of light that gets through. And we all naturally gravitate toward the sun and natural lighting. So you wouldn’t want to cover those windows with curtains or shades or blinds. They look a bit odd in a hallway anyway, wouldn’t you agree?

But with hallway stained glass, you can turn a negative into a positive and really amp up the décor of your home, not to mention the lowly hallway. You can block the not so pleasing view, and if it does open toward your neighbor’s home, you can also add just the right amount of privacy. Again, without blocking the light.

Stained Glass Hallway

We’ve found that some of the best hallway stained glass is actually leaded glass, made with clear, frosted, textured and beveled glass for maximum light flow. And these windows can be done in absolutely any style, pattern, or design of your choice.

When you work with Stained Glass Dallas, you are working with a local design studio that is part of the largest stained glass studio of its kind in the country. Our designers will come right to your home, take stock of those hallways windows, and help you come up with the perfect design to beautify the space.

But what if you have a narrow, dark hallway with no windows at all? And you’ve struggled to do anything aesthetically pleasing with that space for some time? Here’s a unique way to add some hallway stained glass anyway: in a hanging panel. Of course, the beauty of stained glass is when the light shines through, so it could be hung in such a way that it is backlit or lit from above, like a painting or any other work of art. If you choose this type of installation, your hanging panel could be easily transplanted to a different hallway or different room any time you like.

If you think your home would benefit from custom hallway stained glass, why not contact us today for an in-home appointment with one of our designers?

Martin Faith

Martin Faith is a master craftsman, builder, and designer of stained glass windows. Martin learned the art of glassmaking while living in Scotland, where he was born and raised. He has been studying stained glass as an art form for over 30 years. When he moved to the U.S., Martin opened his own shop and started selling antique and custom stained glass windows. Martin's areas of expertise range from historic and religious stained glass to popular styles such as art nouveau, Mackintosh, floral, beveled, Greene & Green, and prairie. Over the years, his company has produced and sold over 50,000 stained glass windows to customers located in Dallas and throughout the country.

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