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Stained Glass Kitchen Windows & Cabinets Dallas

We all know that the best parties always end up in the kitchen and, similarly, some of our best stained glass ideas have ended up there as well.

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Religious Stained Glass Dallas

Religious stained glass connects visitors to a church, chapel, or temple with the ethereal by creating beautiful and colorful expression of religious icons or personalities.
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Hallway Stained Glass Windows Dallas

If treated right, hallways can be a very interesting space in anyone’s home. Whether you have an interior cutout that opens into another room, or a mesmerizing spiral staircase, hallways have always been a surprisingly appropriate and interesting place to incorporate our custom stained glass and leaded glass.
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Antique Stained Glass Dallas

Scottish Stained Glass can repair existing antique stained glass windows and also create new windows that replicate traditional antique styles.
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Frank Lloyd Wright Stained Glass Dallas

Frank Lloyd Wright is often the style of stained glass with which American consumers are most familiar. Scottish Stained Glass has designed hundreds of FLW inspired windows, both in clear and colored glass, and know that this would be a great accent for most Dallas home owners, especially those in older neighborhoods.
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Stained Glass Transom Sun Room Dallas

Transoms windows, also known as clerestory windows, are located above other windows, typically high on a wall, and in Dallas, are often stacked one on top of the other in grand entryways, family rooms or living rooms. They can also be located in stairwells, kitchens, and sometimes bedrooms.
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