As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson added interest to an awkward half wall in this home's entryway by installing antique leaded glass windows that she took from an old library cabinet.
Homeowners, Kimberly and Brent, found two leaded glass windows at a second-hand store, which now flank the bed. An old wood frame window and cotton plant wreath serve as an art piece above the bed, and the natural wood paneling on the ceiling complements the shiplap wooden details seen throughout the house on HGTV's Fixer Upper.
Walker Zanger stone floors set the stage for the exposed polished nickel plumbing and towel warmer, the antique silver chandelier and leaded glass window. The Water Monopoly tub was fashioned after a 19th-century French tub and stands surrounded by neutral Waterworks and Sonoma Tilemakers tile.
A tranquil landscape looms so large in this sunny corner it feels as if one could step into it. The modern, graphic fabric on a pair of wicker chairs echoes the intricate lines of the leaded glass windows. Weighty accessories of varying heights on the round table balance the artwork and bring proportion to the space.
Just off the kitchen's intimate sitting area surrounded by leaded glass windows and antique doors is the all-weather porch that affords the owners with a year-round retreat and spectacular views of the lake. An antique iron chandelier, Apache Bluestone floors and custom-designed table set the tone.
This beautiful large kitchen from designer Bryan Reiss takes advantage of the present architecture with an exposed brick wall and arched leaded glass windows. The kitchen accents this beautiful wall by including a large copper range hood over its professional stainless steel range.
A modern coffee table and traditional rug form a nice juxtaposition in this California living room. The traditional sofa is slipcovered for casual comfort, and two white wicker chairs are upholstered in a graphic, modern fabric that gives a nod to the lines of the leaded glass windows.
New meets old in this transitional kitchen design, beginning with the beautiful green patterned wallpaper offering a burst of color on a focal wall. The center island paired with the farmhouse table and leaded-glass window creates a sophisticated look.
Joanna Gaines added a new globe chandelier in the kitchen. She opted to retain the original leaded-glass windows as she feels that period-authentic features like those help to "tell the story" of the house.
Age your glass doors. The homeowner worked with Seattle designer Judith Wright Sentz to create the leaded glass windows in the cupboards of this 2016 National Kitchen + Bath Association Design Competition winning kitchen, but premade glass would have the same stylish effect. For an even cheaper and simpler fix, faux stained glass craft kits and window films can be found through online retailers for under $40.
The stoic beauty of an arts-and-crafts armoire juxtaposes the contemporary lines of a sleek glass dining table in this eclectic Philadelphia dining room. Contemporary red chairs bursting with color subtly liven the space without overpowering the energy spurred by leaded glass windows and a surprising inverted umbrella chandelier sparking in the imagination a sense of travel and adventure.
Accessories of varying heights on a round table balance the large painting that hangs in this transitional living room, bringing proportion to the space. The modern, graphic fabric on a pair of wicker chairs echoes the lines of the leaded glass windows. A soft throw and a small hexagonal table create a functional, pretty spot for reading.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson transformed this once dark and dated dining room into a chic, updated space perfect for entertaining. A new chair rail was added for visual interest and to allow Sarah to install two types of chic beige wallpaper. Dark wood accents in the table, floor and mirror balance the room's primary light, airy color and lend a "steakhouse" feel. Sarah finished the space by closing in an awkward half-wall with antique leaded glass windows repurposed from an old library cabinet.