Tag: 1930’s stained glass

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…)

This week on the Coriander Stained Glass blog, we have some recent Art Deco/1930’s projects to share.

This is a 1930’s design we recently made and fitted in Morden, Surrey:

Art Deco/1930's Stained Glass

A 1930’s style fan using a more modern vibrant use of colours recently made and fitted in New Malden, Surrey:
Art Deco/1930's Stained Glass

 

This is a front door panel in Sheen, London which has recently been restored:

Art Deco/1930's Stained Glass

 

These are internal borrowed lights made decorative with a stained glass 1930s fan design, to maximise the amount of light passing through we used a background of clear glass. 3 of these we recently made and fitted in a home in Thames Ditton, Surrey:

Art Deco/1930's Stained Glass

Art Deco/1930's Stained Glass

Art Deco/1930's Stained Glass

Good evening from us here at Coriander Stained Glass.  We’ve a few projects keeping us busy and we’d like to share some of them with you today.

Often when people are choosing a stained glass window for their home they choose one that is either in keeping with the age of the house, or sympathetic to the style of other windows in the street in which they live.

The following three windows were all completed in Clapham.  They all incorporate the same Victorian geometric design, all in slightly different colour schemes.

For the first job, you can see the before and after with the completed stained glass window, and what a huge transformation it has made to this entrance way.

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Victorian Stained Glass, Clapham 1

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The subtle differences in colour scheme are personal touches added by each home owner, but the defining features of these Victorian pieces are the ruby red borders, geometric shapes and pastel shades.

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Victorian Stained Glass, Clapham 3

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Victorian Stained Glass, Clapham 4

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This next project shows a 1930’s style stained glass fitted in Southfields, London.

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1930's Stained Glass

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1930's Stained Glass

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1930’s stained glass took some of it’s basic design elements and shapes from Edwardian Stained Glass and you can see that here in the above project.  With textured, clear glass for the background and a pale border, the central features of this piece are natural, flowing, soft shapes.

Also typical of this era is the picture window, which can be very ornate and include painted details.  Our in house artist, Margaret, can re create your favourite painting or picture and incorporate it into a piece of stained glass for your home.  For examples, take a look at the painted glass designs portfolio page.

That’s it from us today but we’ll be back later in the week with more projects.  Take a look at our stained glass portfolio page if you’re looking for some inspiration, or you can follow us on Facebook or Twitter to keep up to date with our latest news.

We’ve been busy here at Coriander Stained Glass and as it’s friday we thought we’d share some more work with you before the weekend kicks in.

Geometric Stained Glass

This is a geometric stained glass light made for an internal screen in an apartment in the Earls Court area of London.

 

Stained glass can make a wonderful addition to your home and doesn’t just have to be on an external door or window.  Interior windows and doorways with stained glass panels can also create a stunning and interesting focal point for your home.

 

 

 

 

 

Stained Glass 1930's

 

 

This 1930s stained glass lead light front a front door in Clapham , South West London is beyond repair so we will make another panel,copying the design, glass colour and texture as closely as possible.

Check back soon for the finished piece!!

Next week will be sharing with some more recent work, including a Victorian lead light for an internal door, creating a great internal feature for any home.

We’ve also got some snaps of our team at work in our Esher shop – which is still currently closed for maintenence work.  If you would like to pay us a visit you can still find us in our Wimbledon shop.

If you want more ideas and inspiration for your own stained glass window, take a look at our Stained Glass Portfolio.

 

 

 

 

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