The clients passion for gardening, plants, flowers etc, inspired the design process.
The theme of gardening, particularly aquatic is incorporated in each window. The garden in question has a beautiful pond and water features, which influenced the front door and side panel images.
Five stained glass windows transformed a dull and lifeless hallway into a vibrant space full of energy and colour.
One of Five stained glass windows fitted into the entrance and hallway of a 1930's style house in Middlesbrough.
Pale green and Yellow hammered finish cathedral glass was used solely for this panel. A central brace bar was fitted into the frame beading for extra strength
The stained glass window opposite is situated between the hallway and kitchen linking the two rooms, making the panel visible from both. A decorative display lamp illuminates this window making it an impressive feature at night time
Orange, yellow, pale and dark green cathedral glass.
Blue semi antique
Dark green opalescent
Iridised clear and turquoise water for border.
The stained glass window opposite replaced an original but badly damaged panel fitted into the front door of the house
Dark blue and clear water glass
light green opalescent glass
Amber and dark brown cathedral glass
6 and 8m/m lead cames. A brace bar also fitted for extra strength.
Two vertical panels fitted into the entrance framework, completed the aquatic theme for the hallway.
Dark blue and clear water glass.
Streaky cathedral glass in turquoise and orange
Dark brown and green opalescent glass was used throughout.
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