Bespoke Glass Designs
From the 1930’s onward Stained Glass styles were heavily influenced by the preceding styles. However one feature more unique to the era was the popularity of pictorial panels with rural or sea scenes.
This popular style was at its peak from the mid 1920s though to the 1930s. It celebrated the modern era of travel & industry and had an optimism to it. It continues to be popular today with it’s dynamic lines & panels.
This artistic style peaked in popularity from 1890 to 1905, a reaction to the more formal, geometric Victorian look. Stylized organic shapes were set into enchanting curves that gave an elegance and dynamism to the designs. This look continued well into the 1930’s.
This range of stained glass designs were commissioned for display in residential settings where a contemporary or modern “feel” was required. The creative use of colour, texture and techniques can produce a dramatic effect enhancing interior space.
From Georgian, to Victorian & Edwardian, there are many traditional styles to pick from. Georgian was usually clear, with a repeated or symmetrical pattern. Victorian featured geometric, floral & organic themes. Edwardian featured coloured organic or stylized floral shapes set in a clear or pale background.
View our selection of overhead panels which are placed above entrance doorways. They can include your house number which can match what is chosen in the door.