Art Deco became popular in 1925 all the way until the 1940s, making lasting appearances in several areas like paintings, graphic arts, and most notably, architecture. Characterized by geometric shapes, symmetry, and bright colors, was considered modern during the time, and still reflects in modern styles today. Art Deco stained glass is a beautiful interpretation of this style that many of our clients love in their homes.
Art Deco Stained Glass Designs
At Scottish Stained Glass, every window that we build is custom designed to meet your needs. This means that we can fit into any size or shape of window that you need, and the options are nearly endless when it comes to designing the lead work of your piece.
This also means that we can begin working with you on design starting from any number of things. If there is an Art Deco building that you’ve seen around town, or perhaps a piece of art in this style, even an antique leaded glass window that you want to start from, we can help. Our designers have many years of experience working with client’s coming from all style perspectives, and they can help you take a vision to reality in glass form!
Because of the defining aspects of Art Deco style, adding a leaded glass piece reflects well with many styles. This style is often formed in very simple, geometric ways, and the versatility of our process means that you’ll be able to choose from hundreds of glass types to fit just right. Our designers will help you bring Art Deco to life in your space with beautiful colors and textures.
Residential Art Deco stained glass can take the design of a home to another level. Becoming a stylistic focal point of any room, some of our most common applications include sidelights, doors, transoms, kitchens, basements, stairwells, and bathrooms. You’ll have the ability to tweak designs to fit your existing styles, and create the perfect window to add this classic style to your home.
Art Deco Stained Glass with Scottish
Stained glass is one of the many traditional art forms that Art Deco was manifested in, and you can bring a piece of this historical, yet modernly appealing style into your home. If you would like to learn more about this process, or have any questions about leaded glass windows, give us a call or send an email today. We can’t wait to get started on your project immediately!