Image is not available

Fishy panels for conservatory doors

Fishy panels for conservatory doors - these four panels were specially commissioned to be fitted into new handmade oak double doors. Lots of clear background glass was used to let light through but with a gentle ripple for some privacy. This background also had a beautiful iridescence which reflected a rainbow of colours. Each door is the mirror image of the other and within each door, the waterweed runs through from one panel to the other. Beautiful patterns are cast on the stone kitchen floor when the sunlight floods in

Fishy panels for conservatory doors - these four panels were specially commissioned to be fitted into new handmade oak double doors. Lots of clear background glass was used to let light through but with a gentle ripple for some privacy. This background also had a beautiful iridescence which reflected a rainbow of colours. Each door is the mirror image of the other and within each door, the waterweed runs through from one panel to the other. Beautiful patterns are cast on the stone kitchen floor when the sunlight floods in

Image is not available

VW Campervan

VW Campervan - A very special window, commissioned for a hatchway between the kitchen and dining room by a young couple who were renovating and stamping their individuality onto their 1930s bungalow! This is their very own, restored, and much loved campervan and the background is the couple’s favourite Lake District walk, depicted in the moody and muted colours of the fells in autumn

VW Campervan - A very special window, commissioned for a hatchway between the kitchen and dining room by a young couple who were renovating and stamping their individuality onto their 1930s bungalow! This is their very own, restored, and much loved campervan and the background is the couple’s favourite Lake District walk, depicted in the moody and muted colours of the fells in autumn

Image is not available

A very dramatic theme for a window! This was quite a complicated commission as the window was positioned between a lounge and a bathroom. We used lots of transparent glass to let light into the bathroom but used the textured versions of these to give privacy. We also chose some very vibrant colours and iridescence to really make the window a stunning feature in the lounge

A very dramatic theme for a window! This was quite a complicated commission as the window was positioned between a lounge and a bathroom. We used lots of transparent glass to let light into the bathroom but used the textured versions of these to give privacy. We also chose some very vibrant colours and iridescence to really make the window a stunning feature in the lounge

Image is not available

Triple Art Deco windows

Triple Art Deco windows - When this customer was renovating her Art Deco house, dating from 1905, she needed something dramatic to complement the imposing new handmade front door. We chose a design inspired by the American architect, Frank Lloyd Wright and also incorporated the little squares reminiscent of Charles Rennie Mackintosh to reflect the fact that the house was designed by an architect with connections to the Glasgow School of Art.

We used lots of clear background glass to let in plenty of light into the hallway but some bright accent colours in the circles, quadrants and little squares. The inclusion of some deep red and jet black glass adds a little drama to the windows.
All of the glass has a little bit of a soft bubbly texture to give privacy and it now creates a fitting entranceway to such an historic house

Triple Art Deco windows - When this customer was renovating her Art Deco house, dating from 1905, she needed something dramatic to complement the imposing new handmade front door. We chose a design inspired by the American architect, Frank Lloyd Wright and also incorporated the little squares reminiscent of Charles Rennie Mackintosh to reflect the fact that the house was designed by an architect with connections to the Glasgow School of Art.

We used lots of clear background glass to let in plenty of light into the hallway but some bright accent colours in the circles, quadrants and little squares. The inclusion of some deep red and jet black glass adds a little drama to the windows.
All of the glass has a little bit of a soft bubbly texture to give privacy and it now creates a fitting entranceway to such an historic house

Image is not available

Sunrise over Sunrising Hill

Sunrise over Sunrising Hill - This window was designed for a customer who actually lived on Sunrising Hill near Banbury and the scenery is taken from views near their home. The window is situated above the bathroom door where the sun streams into the house, lighting up the landing with stunning, intense colour

Sunrise over Sunrising Hill - This window was designed for a customer who actually lived on Sunrising Hill near Banbury and the scenery is taken from views near their home. The window is situated above the bathroom door where the sun streams into the house, lighting up the landing with stunning, intense colour

Image is not available

The Big Red Poppy

The Big Red Poppy - A front door panel for a Victorian house and the customer just loved poppies! Placing the poppy in a traditional grid patterned background helped the new stained glass panel to fit in with the age of the house and the lightly textured clear glass provided privacy but also plenty of light

The Big Red Poppy - A front door panel for a Victorian house and the customer just loved poppies! Placing the poppy in a traditional grid patterned background helped the new stained glass panel to fit in with the age of the house and the lightly textured clear glass provided privacy but also plenty of light

Image is not available

Purple Bordered Sunflower

Purple Bordered Sunflower - Another big bold sunflower! This time with some deep purple in the border to accentuate the little purple flowers wrapped around the sunflower stem. These purple flowers match other stained glass windows in the house.

Lots of different textures were used in the sunflower leaves and again, texture was used in the clear background glass to give privacy – this time, the clear glass of the border is a finely textured restoration glass and the central clear glass is a gently rippling waterglass

Purple Bordered Sunflower - Another big bold sunflower! This time with some deep purple in the border to accentuate the little purple flowers wrapped around the sunflower stem. These purple flowers match other stained glass windows in the house.

Lots of different textures were used in the sunflower leaves and again, texture was used in the clear background glass to give privacy – this time, the clear glass of the border is a finely textured restoration glass and the central clear glass is a gently rippling waterglass

Image is not available

Fuchsia Fanlight

Fuchsia Fanlight - This set of three panels makes up a fanlight above the front door of a church hall conversion in Somerset. Inspired by a love of Art Nouveau, the sweeping leaves and stems of the flowers allow the design to flow through from one panel to the next.

These windows were commissioned as a surprise birthday gift, the two side panels representing the recipient’s sons and the central panel representing her husband, where the leaves and flowers form a stylised heart shape.

The fuchsia motif itself was taken from some of her favourite enamelled jewellery

Fuchsia Fanlight - This set of three panels makes up a fanlight above the front door of a church hall conversion in Somerset. Inspired by a love of Art Nouveau, the sweeping leaves and stems of the flowers allow the design to flow through from one panel to the next.

These windows were commissioned as a surprise birthday gift, the two side panels representing the recipient’s sons and the central panel representing her husband, where the leaves and flowers form a stylised heart shape.

The fuchsia motif itself was taken from some of her favourite enamelled jewellery

Image is not available

Green Dragon Fanlight Panel

Green Dragon Fanlight Panel - This customer wanted something unusual to be fitted above her front door and she loved dragons! Lots of scaly texture on the dragon’s underbelly and bright reds and yellows for the fire breathing!

Green Dragon Fanlight Panel - This customer wanted something unusual to be fitted above her front door and she loved dragons! Lots of scaly texture on the dragon’s underbelly and bright reds and yellows for the fire breathing!

Image is not available

Big Sunflower and Little Poppies

Big Sunflower and Little Poppies - I love making stained glass sunflowers! They’re such big bold shapes and colours. There’s a beautiful range of yellows – from pale transparent ambers, through bright lemon tones to deep translucent yellowy oranges.

The ‘hammered’ glass texture is perfect to depict all the seeds in the heart of the sunflower and it also works so well for the poppy centres. The long stem of this sunflower also allowed room for a sea of contrasting bright red poppies, this same red being used for the border

Big Sunflower and Little Poppies - I love making stained glass sunflowers! They’re such big bold shapes and colours. There’s a beautiful range of yellows – from pale transparent ambers, through bright lemon tones to deep translucent yellowy oranges.

The ‘hammered’ glass texture is perfect to depict all the seeds in the heart of the sunflower and it also works so well for the poppy centres. The long stem of this sunflower also allowed room for a sea of contrasting bright red poppies, this same red being used for the border

Image is not available

Rennie Mackintosh Rose Fanlight

Rennie Mackintosh Rose Fanlight - This customer loved the Mackintosh style and as she had connections to the Charles Rennie Mackintosh house in Northampton (at 78 Derngate) and lived in a beautiful period property called Rose cottage, the central Mackintosh rose seemed perfect! We chose some lovely reds and pinks for the rose petals and added some sweeping leaves and little squares, both also in the Mackintosh style

Rennie Mackintosh Rose Fanlight - This customer loved the Mackintosh style and as she had connections to the Charles Rennie Mackintosh house in Northampton (at 78 Derngate) and lived in a beautiful period property called Rose cottage, the central Mackintosh rose seemed perfect! We chose some lovely reds and pinks for the rose petals and added some sweeping leaves and little squares, both also in the Mackintosh style

Image is not available

An unusual front door panel for a customer who lived next to the sea, featuring colourful ammonite fossils and a big bold wave, with inspiration taken from the famous woodblock print by the Japanese artist, Hokusai

An unusual front door panel for a customer who lived next to the sea, featuring colourful ammonite fossils and a big bold wave, with inspiration taken from the famous woodblock print by the Japanese artist, Hokusai

Image is not available

Watery Waves and Bubbles

Watery Waves and Bubbles - This front door panel was commissioned by a customer who lived in South Wales, not too far from the sea. She wanted her stained glass panel to be reminiscent of waves and bubbles, she wanted to add some colour and we again used glass texture to provide some privacy to her hallway.

The colours chosen were all quite muted and subtle – we used various tones of pale green, pale blue and turquoise and some deeper splashes of burgundy and purple.
We then arranged for the stained glass panel to be encapsulated into a sealed, toughened glass unit for warmth and security

Watery Waves and Bubbles - This front door panel was commissioned by a customer who lived in South Wales, not too far from the sea. She wanted her stained glass panel to be reminiscent of waves and bubbles, she wanted to add some colour and we again used glass texture to provide some privacy to her hallway.

The colours chosen were all quite muted and subtle – we used various tones of pale green, pale blue and turquoise and some deeper splashes of burgundy and purple.
We then arranged for the stained glass panel to be encapsulated into a sealed, toughened glass unit for warmth and security.

Image is not available

A modern abstract design contrasting with the original beams of an 18th century cottage. This panel became a focal point on the wall between the lounge and the dining room with the clear glass background allowing light through and the deep colours of the border reflecting the customer’s collection of oriental rugs and ceramics

A modern abstract design contrasting with the original beams of an 18th century cottage. This panel became a focal point on the wall between the lounge and the dining room with the clear glass background allowing light through and the deep colours of the border reflecting the customer’s collection of oriental rugs and ceramics

previous arrow
next arrow
Shadow
Slider
Close Menu