Privacy is one of the main reasons homeowners reach out to work with Scottish Stained Glass.  While homes are often designed with numerous windows to make them as light and airy as possible, little consideration is given by many architects to the practical placement of these windows.  Whether in the bathroom, bedroom, entryway, or other odd spots through out your homes,  these windows can limit the comfort level of you and your family in your own home.

Stained & leaded glass is a wonderful solution to provide your family with the privacy that you desire while improving the overall safety and security of your home.

Entryway Privacy Leaded Glass

This entryway is a perfect example of how leaded glass can significantly improve the privacy of your home. As the client’s family grew and the children were left with baby sitters and eventually at home alone for short periods of time, mom and dad worried about strangers being able to see into the home. They wanted the children to be able to see who was at the door without be directly visible to the outside. This leaded glass solution was a beautiful and practical solution to their privacy needs.


Bathroom Privacy Glass

Bathrooms are obviously a part of the house in which you want privacy for yourself and your family. At the same time however many people absolutely hate to block any natural light from entering their bathroom. As you can see above, leaded glass offers a great privacy solution for bathrooms while not blocking any of the natural light. Whether you have a large master bathroom or a small 1/2 bath (see below) stained and leaded glass can be a great privacy solution.

Martin Faith

Martin Faith is a proud Scotsman, art connoisseur, and the owner of Custom Stained Glass. Martin learned how to make stained glass windows in Glasgow and possesses over 35 years of industry experience. After moving to the United States, he began selling items from his antique collection and opened his own studio. Today, his company produces some of the finest stained glass windows in the nation. Over the years, Martin's company has created more than 50,000 custom stained glass, beveled, and leaded glass windows for homes, churches, and buildings across the country.