Modern, Minimalist, Stained Glass Windows For Your Houston Home

Modern, Minimalist, Stained Glass Windows For Your Houston Home

The New Stained Glass Look For Your Houston Home

Stained glass has been around for a long, and we mean long, time.  It is something that is near to the hearts and minds of numerous countries and copious religions.  It is both something regal and yet so very down to earth.  In home decor, stained glass has come a long way.  From Medieval Castles with rudimentary glass to the more refined Victorian-era stained glass is has changed as much as the people and structures it adorns.

Stained Glass For The Modern Era For Your Houston Home

While we love Victoria-era glass here at Houston Stained Glass, we also love the developing style of modern, minimalist stained glass and it has definitely caught our attention.  This glass is ultra-modern and uses only the barest of elements of shapes and colors in the most fascinating ways.

As an art installation, you can see the beauty of here at the Miami airport by simply layering deep rich colored stained glass panels in one basic shape, to create and awe-inspiring reflected pattern.

Another great example of minimalist stained glass in architecture is this stained glass window overlooking the Souk at Abu Dhabi Central Market. Although breathtaking, it contains very minimal lines and a simple color pallet.

Lastly, we see this abstract Berlin restaurant window that uses more colors but keeps them almost entirely in a monochromatic hue.  Again the shapes are simple and repetitious but a far cry from the more lavish patterns from old churches or castles.

If you loved the stained glass you saw here and are interested in a minimal stained glass window for your Houston home, contact us at Houston Stained Glass today for a free consultation and let us build a window around the shapes and colors that inspire you!

Martin Faith is the founder and owner of Houston Stained Glass. Martin has been cultivating his skills as a stained glass artisan for over 30 years, passing on his knowledge and expertise to his team so that, together, they can create the most beautiful stained glass windows the world has ever seen. Martin's initial education in the trade took place in Glasgow, Scotland, the stained glass capitol of the world. He is an expert in the history of stained glass, its evolution, methods for conservation, and its many different styles and forms, including art deco, prairie, Greene & Greene, art nouveau, Mackintosh, floral, mission, beveled, and contemporary. Over the years, Martin's company has produced thousands of stained glass windows, which includes custom creations made for homes, churches, and commercial buildings located all throughout the Houston metro area.

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