Hello, and welcome back to the Coriander Stained Glass blog! Today, we have a lot of our recent stained glass projects to show you including Victorian stained glass, Edwardian stained glass, Art deco and 1930’s stained glass and other designs! (more…)
We hope that everyone is having a lovely Autumn. Here at Coriander Stained Glass we have been working on some very interesting projects, including this beautiful Charles Rennie Mackintosh inspired stained glass window.
Charles Rennie Mackintosh was an architect, designer and artist born in Glasgow, who is also well known for his designs of stained glass. Mackintosh is known for his masterpiece, the Glasgow School of Art (GSA) and his decorative floral designs. Our stained glass design combines the background geometric rectangles of different proportions with the curving stem and typical Mackintosh rose features. The glass colours and textures we have used on this design are contemporary, creating a fabulous looking front entrance to this London period home.
Welcome back to the Coriander Stained Glass blog! Today we have some Victorian geometric residential front entrances and some Edwardian restored stained glass to show you.
These Victorian geometric residential front entrances were fitted in homes in London and Reigate, Surrey. They replicate traditional designs with the individual customer’s choice of glass colours and textures.
Here are a couple of photographs of windows we recently made with a mixture of Edwardian restored stained glass and new traditional panels made to replicate the Edwardian style.
Here are some pictures of some recent projects in Wimbledon Park and on the Southfields Grid in South West London, over the last 20 years we have made and restored more traditional stained glass lead lights in this area than any other. These pictures show a mixture of new and restoration work all in the traditional design and as close as we can get to the original glass colours and textures used in the stained glass front entrances when these Edwardian homes were built around 110 years ago.
To view more Edwardian stained glass, visit our Edwardian/Art Nouveau Stained Glass page