Stained Glass Windows Are Cool Again Though stained glass
Though stained glass may at first thought conjure images of old churches and haunted houses,
we assure you those aren’t the only contexts for this colorful art.
In fact, stained glass windows are making a comeback (though, if you ask us, they never really went out of style),
with designers incorporating them in creative, modern ways.
From super old-school stained glass windows that are brought back to life with contemporary decor
to Midcentury interpretations and contemporary takes (like colorful plexiglass!),
allow the 10 stained glass ideas and examples ahead to inspire you to reimagine how you let the light in.
This hallway by Reath Design proves that rainbow decorating can be energizing without being overly stimulating.
With multi-colored panes and a striped carpet,
this is another example of a transitional space being much more than just a place to get you room to room.
In a New Orleans home by Rivers Spencer,
original Tudor-style windows with stained glass insets make something as simple as walking through a hallway feel like a holy experience.
By keeping the rest of the space neutral, Spencer lets the windows
shine and gives the space a more modern feel.
The stained glass accents, along with the natural light flooding the space, eliminates any need for extra artwork, carpeting, or other decorative items
. Basically, it’s a blueprint for anyone who is both a traditionalist and a minimalist. ออกแบบบ้าน