Have you been contemplating what to do with the transom windows in your home? Transoms give homes a lot of character and are great for letting natural light into otherwise dark interiors. But sometimes they can create an issue with privacy and covering them with curtains looks awkward. That’s where transom stained glass for your Houston home can help!
Below, we’ve shared some examples of past projects we’ve completed for homes in the Houston area. We hope these pictures of transom stained glass designs will give you some inspiration for your own home!
Why Add Stained or Leaded Glass to Your Transoms?
Sometimes, transoms are nothing more than a cut out and other times, they are inserted with normal window glass. They serve a very practical purpose of letting light into your home, but they can also make your interior more visible to your neighbors. Replacing the flat glass in your transoms with stained or leaded glass can provide benefits like:
- Increased privacy, which makes your home more comfortable and secure
- More natural light than curtains or blinds would provide
- Aesthetic interest and beautiful decoration for your home
Examples of Transom Stained Glass Windows
Every homeowner is unique in that everyone has different taste. But one of the great things about stained glass is that you get to personalize it and make it look anyway you want. This means choosing the colors, textures, bevel placement, and overall design that you like best.
If you’re not sure about how you want your design to look, take a peek at these photos. Here are some examples of transom stained glass windows our Houston team has created in the past few years:
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Let us create the perfect transom stained glass window for your Houston home. Call our office today to get started with the process!