These leaded medicine cabinet doors are a collaborative effort between myself and the client. It was important to compliment an adjacent leaded window in the bathroom as well as a massive set of historic windows viewed walking up the stairs (pictured below – note: I did not make these). We used milky white glass for the center diamonds and two types of antique glass for the outer diamonds and top/bottom borders. The watery ripple was salvaged from an old panel […]
I copied this design from a set of very old windows that were completely falling apart. The border of this new panel includes salvaged clear/wavy glass (from an early 1900’s piece) and features milky blue/purple colors and opalescent white accents. The colors change quite a bit depending on the amount of light.
For this bedroom door, I used salvaged and cut glass from an antique window (last pic in the gallery) for the clear top/bottom pieces and milky yellow, green and red for the rest. The design was completely freestyle – no cartoon or pre made pattern.Certainly not the most orthodox of methods, but sometimes ya just gotta go with the flow. I laid out other clear textured pieces inside a set frame in various positions and narrowed it down to using only […]
I designed and built these custom windows using water glass for everything except the borders which are seeded clear and a confetti type glass in the corners. You can get a closer look at that glass HERE. I’m happy to know these will be seen every time someone goes up or down the stairs of the home. Thank you.
Along with stained glass repair and design, I also restore wood window frames. This one was purchased by a neighbor with the intent of adding it to a new mud room. Suffice to say it was in need of a little TLC. Fortunately none of the glass was damaged and all of the work focused on restoring the wood and replacing the glass with new glaze. I’ll add one last pic when it is installed into their new room.
The green lamp is 8″ x 4″ and powered by two AA batteries which makes it easy to put on a shelf or anywhere electricity is not an option. So far i’ve gotten about 30 hours of use from one set of batteries. The pink-purple-ish night light is 9″x5″ and powered by a small solar charged LED unit. The panel is hidden in a false bottom created with thin strips of black glass. The unit is removable and can easily be recharged. Different colors and […]