A perfect complement to this wine-tasting room, these stained glass windows look like the bottom of wine bottles in various shades of green opaque glass.
Why not add a little whimsy over a door? Note how the beach colors here bounce right off the crisp white of the walls. What a great way to establish a tone and palette for a house.
Stained glass windows are great for bathrooms because they let in light but afford privacy when you need it. No need for window treatments in this great bathroom.
Create a focal point and theme with stained glass. The subject matter for a window is limited only by imagination. This bathroom window is the main attraction while at the same time creating a Zen-like experience.
The stained glass window in this stately room provides beautiful filtered light and privacy for the window seat. A great option for privacy needs, stained glass is beautiful and practical. Notice how the touch of green in the window is repeated in the fabrics.
This is a smart detail for this grandly scaled dining room. The addition of a clear and opaque stained glass transom supports the palette and the size of the room. Stained glass that features pattern and not color can be great for a neutral room that already boasts great architectural details.
A hallmark of the Craftsman style, a grand entry door is made even more stunning with the addition of a series of stained glass scenes. This is a perfect and authentic application of stained glass for the Craftsman style.
Stained glass can also be incorporated into lighting. Just as the sun lights up the colors of a stained glass window, a backlit stained glass light fixture lights up this entry.
A truly original application of stained glass. I might try to squeeze in an extra shower every day with this great bathroom. Notice the stained glass inside the shower as well as on the entry doors to the shower. This is a great concept that would work for an oversize shower, especially fitting for Spanish or Mediterranean style.