The stunning beauty of stained-glass can maintain privacy yet allow ample light to pass into your home
The malleable channels or “came” strips used to fashion leaded- and stained-glass panels were first developed by the Romans nearly 2000 years ago. Since then, the creative use of glass has spread to cultures and countries everywhere. Despite the awe-inspiring cathedral windows that come to mind when we think of stained glass, this artistry is no longer limited to leaded lites or grand scale. As these examples show, no matter what form it takes, art glass can inspire, offer privacy, and still let in the light.