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It is evident that in the later Middle Ages the master glazier’s workshop was a highly organized enterprise, capable of producing various classes of designs, according to the expense his patrons were prepared to incur. Although the donor, cleric or layman, exercised considerable influence over the choice of subject and its manner of representation, the finished design was essentially the creation of the master glazier. The latter was often an artist in his own right, expressing in the formal language of his own technique the artistic aspirations of his time.
Clear glass gives your entry door a classic and polished look but is less desirable in terms of privacy. If privacy is what you’re after, clear glass isn’t the option for you. That’s where decorative door glass comes in – more specifically frosted and opaque glass.
Frosted glass blurs the inside and the outside which doesn’t allow people to see into your home but still allows sunlight through. If you’re not a fan of how frosted glass looks, there are other opaque glass options as well that can bring additional character to your entry door.
No matter which glass type you go with, they all provide similar benefits.
Are you a fan of color? If so, then stained door glass is for you. Want an intricate design but color is not your cup of tea? Carved glass is your best fit. Is privacy your main concern? The solution for your front door is privacy glass.
Whether you choose carved, stained or privacy glass, one thing holds true for all three types. They can be customized to fit your home’s design needs. With the number of simple and elegant options available, you can be sure to find a design that will work perfectly for you.
There a few styles of decorative glass available. Each type works in their own way to provide a unique touch to any entryway.
Carved glass is exactly what it sounds like – glass that has a design carved into it. The reason carved glass is so popular is because there’s so much variety with it. The design options are endless and you’re sure to find something to fit your home’s style.
Since the glass is literally carved, you can feel the grooves of the design if you run your fingers over it. If don’t like that, one of the other decorative glass options is probably a better fit for you.
Also known as art glass, stained glass is most commonly found in churches and museums but that shouldn’t intimidate you. More and more homeowners are opting for this decorative door glass option for a simple reason – it’s absolutely beautiful no matter the design of it. Stained glass brings elegance and color to a typically boring part of your home’s exterior.
Plus, it’s super versatile. There are so many design options out there to fit the look of any home. Since stained glass is recommended to be used as an accent piece, it’s best utilized in the front door.