By Martin Faith
Transom windows are an excellent source of natural light. Usually placed above doorways or other windows, transoms serve a very practical purpose of opening up the room and making it brighter. However, sometimes transoms can look quite plain. The flat glass within them does nothing to add to the beauty of the room, and sometimes can even compromise the homeowner’s privacy. That’s why we recommend replacing normal window glass in transoms with stained glass. Below, our Dallas experts have shared some ideas for using transom stained glass in your home.
Transom Stained Glass for Light & Privacy
Sometimes, the location of a transom window can make your home feel exposed. For example, if the window looks out onto a neighbor’s home, greenbelt, park, or apartment complex, you may feel like it’s causing you to lose privacy. Unfortunately, adding curtains to transoms really isn’t an option. It looks awkward. Plus, it can be hard to find a window covering that’s the right shape and size.
In cases like these, we recommend transom stained glass to our Dallas customers. Stained glass windows are an excellent option for creating privacy without losing light. Using textured glass, bevels, and innovative designs, our artisans are able to produce unique pieces that provide privacy and separation without making your home dark inside. They’re much more attractive than curtains and equally as functional.
Transom Stained Glass Inspiration
If you’re not sure what type or style of installation you’d like to add to your home, that’s perfectly okay. That’s what we’re here for! In the meantime, check out these examples of beautiful transom stained glass windows in Dallas homes for inspiration:
Create Your Own Design
Call our office today to speak to a designer about transom stained glass for your Dallas home.