Stained Glass Bathroom Windows

Stained Glass Bathroom Windows

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  • January 19, 2012

Stained glass can be described as a functional piece of art. It is aesthetically beautiful, yet it serves a purpose. Our stained glass bathroom windows give Fort Worth homes a luxurious, elegant look while also adding utility and privacy.

Add Privacy to Your Bathroom in Fort Worth with Stained Glass

Stained and leaded glass provides privacy, while still allowing natural light to permeate the room. Depending on the design, textures, and colors which make up your stained glass, different levels of privacy can be achieved.

In your home, the room where privacy is not a matter of compromise is the bathroom. Bathroom windows located above tubs and within showers are a wonderful source of natural light. However, without any sort of covering, they leave you completely vulnerable and exposed.

In your own home, you should be able to get ready in the mornings and shower with comfort. Stained and leaded glass is the perfect solution to your bathroom window dilemmas.

Fill Your Bathroom with Beautiful Natural Light

Scottish Stained Glass provides privacy and natural light, eliminating the need to constantly adjust window coverings such as blinds or curtains. You do not need to compromise privacy for sunlight because, with the right design, both can be utilized in your bathroom.

Customized Perfectly for Your Bathroom

There are infinite possibilities for adding bathroom stained glass to your Fort Worth home. Our bathroom stained glass windows are completely custom made and are built to order. They can be applied to every type of window, whether it is a picture, double-hung, horizontal sliding, or casement window.

Highly Functional & Water Proof

We have developed an installation process that allows us to apply stained glass without compromising the window’s ability to open. The leaded glass can be sealed inside the two panes of a double pane window, allowing clearance to maintain freedom of motion.

This particular installation process is water-proof and therefore ideal for bathroom stained glass. It protects the stained glass from being constantly exposed to water.

In bathrooms, steam and humidity from the shower are unavoidable. These elements can compromise the integrity of a stained glass window. This is especially true if the window is located directly next to or above the water source. The precipitation can get behind the stained glass and cause moisture build up and even mildew.

However, when it is sealed in between two panes of clear glass, it is protected from any possible damage or deterioration. It allows for easier clean up, too.

Artisan Made & Handcrafted Stained Glass

Each stained and leaded glass piece we create is an individual work of art. We are passionate about our trade and take great pride in the quality of our product.

All of our windows at Scottish Stained Glass are designed per client. This means that they are custom and can be built to any size or shape. No matter if you have an arched, rectangular, square, or circular window, we will collaborate with you to create a design that is unique to your tastes and style preferences.

Add Privacy & Beauty to Your Bathroom

Call or email us today to discuss the stained glass possibilities which await you and your bathroom. Our knowledgeable and talented staff will assist you in the process and help you create the perfect look. Call today to set up a free in-home design 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.