Interior stained glass windows can give your Dallas home a beautiful new look.

Interior stained glass windows can give your Dallas home a beautiful new look.

When it comes to stained glass, most people immediately imagine it in an exterior window or door. But there are many places in your home where interior stained glass would look fantastic, as well. If you have an area of your Dallas home that has a window opening or pass through between rooms, or an interior window, you might consider some interior stained glass. Imagine filling that empty space with a beautiful, custom stained glass piece of art that would enhance the entire look of your interior.

And enhance is putting it mildly. Interior stained glass windows add class, sophistication, elegance, and a high-end feel to your home. Unlike just putting a piece of art on the wall, inserting the art into the wall actually adds real value to your home as well.

Many rooms in modern Dallas homes are built with a pass through window that allows light to flow from room to room. Of course, you don’t want to cover it up. But at the same time, it’s just a bit boring. And do you really want to see the contents of your messy office or kitchen from your pristine, perfectly decorated living room?

Interior stained glass window to the rescue! Imagine a gorgeous Celtic pattern in clear and frosted glass, or a modern geometric with colors that complement and enhance your existing décor. This will really make your rooms pop.


Sometimes, the interior window will come in the form of a transom window, a long rectangular window near the ceiling of an interior wall. Transoms are another popular and gorgeous place to add interior stained glass. For some ideas, take a look at our transom window photo gallery, which contains some of the many custom transoms we have built for clients in our two decades in business. Can you imagine one of these beauties in your Dallas home? Or do you have your own idea for what your interior stained glass windows might look like?

Some homes have a loft space above the main area of the home, which can be turned into an extra bedroom, or used for storage. It might be behind a wall, or it might just be open to the rest of the house. This is another fantastic place for interior stained glass. It will still let the light flow into that space, but will hide the contents from sight at the same time as it is adding beauty and style to your home.

And speaking of style . . . Stained Glass Dallas makes every panel, door and window to order. That means our stained glass panels can be any size. Any shape. Any patterns, designs, or colors. What can we make for you?

Why not call us today to discuss taking your home’s décor to the next level with interior stained glass windows?

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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