Does your Denver home have transom windows? They are a common architectural feature that’s main purpose is to add more light to a room.

Frequently, transom windows are non-functional, or placed high in a room, near the ceiling. Entryways frequently have a transom window built above the front door. Where ever your home has transoms is a fantastic place to add transom custom stained glass.

Why custom? Because we are Custom Stained Glass. And when you commission a piece of custom transom stained glass, you can have absolutely any style or design that you like, in any colors or textures or finishes of glass that you like.

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Now, we mentioned that the main purpose of transom windows is to let in the light. So when you are designing your transom custom stained glass, you will want to consider just which kinds of glass and which kinds of styles let in the most light.

Obviously, that would be clear glass, with frosted, beveled, and other textures coming in a close second. For your transom custom stained glass windows, you might like something in the Mission style. This consists of mostly clear glass with some pops of color integrated into the pattern. Mission is a style usually associated with the master architect and stained glass designer Frank Lloyd Wright, but in fact it refers more to the style that was popular at the time of his career, and there were many other well-known designers of the period who also did Mission stained glass.

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Custom transom stained glass means your style, though. So if you prefer a floral pattern or a Celtic knot pattern or an Art Nouveau inspired design, you can have whatever you prefer. That is the beauty of custom. So if your home is decorated a certain way, in a certain style or theme, you can have stained glass that fits it perfectly.

With Custom Stained Glass, you receive the benefit of over two decades of working experience. You’ll have a designer come to your home and check out your windows, work with you developing the design. And one of our highly skilled artisans will build your custom transom stained glass windows by hand, piece by piece by piece. The finished result might just blow you away, not just in its beauty but in how it changes the whole look and feel of the room.

That’s a comment we hear from our clients over and over: they just cannot believe how gorgeous their windows are in reality, even better than in their imaginations. So why not give us a call to make an in-home appointment today?

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.