Stained Glass Styles

Fort Worth has numerous architectural styles that can be complimented by a number of stained glass styles. Scottish Stained Glass can come to your Fort Worth home or office, view your existing decor, and suggest appropriate styles for your project. Because everything we do is custom and manufactured locally, we can also produce custom stained glass styles that mach almost anything you can imagine.

Fort Worth Stained Glass Styles

Having more than 20 years experience designing and building stained glass for homes and offices, Scottish Stained Glass can provide high quality, beautiful, and functional stained glass windows that meet your design and functional goals. Whether you are looking to mimic an established style, or create something original our team of experienced and talented stained glass designers will listen to your opinions and create customized options just for you.

We have experience working with all major stained glass styles, but the majority of our work is based on only a handful of historic and contemporary styles.

The most popular historic glass styles for the Dallas Fort Worth region include Tiffany Stained Glass, Frank Lloyd Wright Stained Glass, Mackintosh Stained Glass, and Prairie Style Stained Glass.

Tiffany glass is based on the extraordinary work from the master artisan, Louis Comfort Tiffany who worked in Fort Worth and throughout the country near the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th century. His glass if famous for the use of natural colors variations in the stained glass to create natural looking and spectacular windows. Frank Lloyd Wright and Prairie Stained Glass are based on the design style popular in the western United States, including Fort Worth during the early part of the 20th century. They include the use of glass with earth tone colors and geometric shapes.
Mackintosh Stained Glass was made popular by the many Scottish and Welsh who’ve moved into the Dallas/Fort Worth region over the centuries. Focusing on abstract geometric representations mostly natural mediums, Mackintosh is especially famous for his rose.

While these historic styles are in historic and craftsman style homes, more modern homes in Fort Worth use what we call Contemporary glass styles. In general terms these styles rely heavily on beveled and textured glass, but include very little, if any, colored glass. Because consumer tastes change so often, we find that the contemporary, clear glasses, with traditional or celtic bevel cluster is a perfect compliment to most entryways or bathrooms, remaining beautiful and appropriate, regardless of what paint or carpet colors are used around it.

Whatever stained glass style interests you for your Fort Worth home or office, Scottish Stained Glass would like to earn your business. Call or email us today to schedule your free in home stained glass consultation.

Martin Faith has dedicated his life's career to the study, preservation, and exploration of one of the world's most beautiful and rare forms of art. For the past 30 years, he has been running his stained glass studio based out of Fort Worth, Texas. Martin's company specializes in an array of stained glass styles, ranging from traditional to contemporary, including Mackintosh, Greene & Greene, art nouveau, art deco, prairie, beveled glass, and religious. He has personally overseen numerous restorations for churches during which rare and valuable glass was saved from extinction. Over the years, he and his team have produced over 50,000 stained and leaded glass windows for homes, churches, and buildings in Fort Worth and throughout the continental U.S.

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