This powder blue foyer features traditional wainscoting paired with a blend of hardwood floors and gray-blue floor tiles. A white table lamp and green vase of flowers sit atop a dresser that serves as a console table, while a chandelier illuminates the stained glass window. A staircase leads the way to the upstairs area.
As seen on HGTV's Brother Vs. Brother, Team Drew gave this living room a fresh new look. The new design features a white ceiling with black paneling, gray traditional sofa, a yellow and gray area rug, and yellow stained glass windows. A rustic wooden shelf, and other wood furniture, adds warmth and contrast to the stone fireplace.
As seen on DIy Network's Rehab Addict, Nicole Curtis restored the formal dining room to its original beauty. Nicole painted the walls above the hand carved African mahogany fireplace and panels dark gray to draw the eye up to the molding on the ceiling. She removed the 1970s glass and brass fireplace doors, and replaced the wall sconces with more period appropriate versions. Cracked and warped stained glass windows were repaired.
With 545 acres, this Montana home, owned by former Metallic bassist Jason Newsted, was built in 2006 and has 360-degree views of the Bitterroot Range. The almost $5-million home was designed as a seasonal retreat with spacious bedroom, living areas and a chef's kitchen. Custom touches, like stained glass windows and exquisite woodwork are hallmarks of the home with a nod to rock star status in a one-of-a-kind sunburst wood design made entirely from wood from the Gibson guitar factory.
Add a pop of color and style with a stained or etched glass window in your bathroom. If changing the glass in your existing window sounds like a costly project, consider a faux stained glass DIY option using craft lead strips and frosted glass clings from a craft or hardware store; or check out this geometric DIY tutorial.
Instead of creating a window covering, try designing the window itself. A wavy wall design is copied in the framing of this seaside window. And this is no ordinary window; textured and stained glass are combined to create this one-of-a-kind seashell design. Design by Dewson Construction Company.
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.
This living room punctuates a light, airy interior with black accents like the fireplace and rug. The simple color palette allows for the stunning stained glass, cathedral-like windows to take center stage.
Located in the east wing, the fully furnished and equipped kitchen centers around a royal blue AGA stove and cooktop. Beautiful marble tiles adorn the floor, and stained glass sparkles in the expansive windows.
A clean-lined chaise lounge backs up to a window flanked with gorgeous stained glass panels in this neutral family room. The pairing creates an interesting juxtaposition of styles, achieving a transitional look that's classy and timeless.
Drift away into warmth and comfort in this stunning bathroom with a large bathtub, elegant chandelier and sleek, subtly detailed double vanity. An elegant arch opens the space around the tub while a circular window illuminates with stained glass.
Achieve a stained glass effect without changing your windows. A kitchen or pantry window is a great place to install shelves to store colored glassware, says Susan Sully, author of “Past Present: Living with Heirlooms and Antiques." “The light just comes right through it and really shows them off,” she says.
The stained wood coffered ceiling makes this living space feel cozy and intimate, despite the open floor plan. Transom windows and glass doors allow for views of the beach and let in natural light. A combination of couches and chairs creates an inviting conversational space.
Despite the large window, the kitchen was extremely dark with cherry-stained cabinets and red walls before designer Lisa Furey renovated the space. The layout is kept the same, but everything is lightened up.White Shaker cabinets combine with limestone countertops and glass tile backsplash for a clean, transitional look.
Given the building's history, it makes sense that the interior retains some of its original, one-of-a-kind features, like a 20’ x 20’ stained glass back lit skylight, the restored Jefferson Trust Bank clock, ornate plaster moldings, and the stunning original wrought iron window grates.