There are many options to consider when shopping for stained glass styles for your Salt Lake City home, company or religious business. Every window we create is custom designed, which allows you to match any style, accommodate size and shapes as well as create a design that is completely personalized for your home. Our experienced designers will create the perfect aesthetic using the latest technology, while our builders construct you one of the most beautiful stained glass windows.
Take a look at the list below for some inspiration for your next project in the Salt Lake City area.
Many newly build homes in Salt Lake City install clear, leaded and beveled glass windows. Clear glass gives off a timeless elegance which can accommodate changes in style and decoration. Varied degrees of privacy can be achieved by the texture of the glass while the bevels can stream rainbow colored prisms into your home through the sunlight. You can choose from a wide range of shapes ranging from traditional flowing shapes to more contemporary boxed shapes.
Prairie Stained Glass emphasizes geometric patterns using neutral, earthy colors. This style was influenced by the famous architect, Frank Lloyd Wright. It was established in the beginning of the 20th century which allows this design to bring authenticity to many projects.
Many homeowners choose to use floral and other natural patterns on their stained glass. Scottish Stained Glass has created thousands of floral designs that incorporate a wide variety of different flowers. Recently, we have created our signature “Aspen” designs. These designs can be created using both colored and clear glass and brings the outdoors into your home.
Martin Faith, the owner of Scottish Stained Glass is originally from Scotland, therefore Celtic windows are some of our personal favorites. Celtic designs typically incorporate the Celtic knot and build on the traditional themes that are attached to each of these designs.
Mackintosh designs are flowing and colorful and they originated from the Art Nouveau school in the late 19th century. We can credit the Mackintosh rose as being an influential piece of work in stained glass history and perhaps the most famous of all stained glass designs.