Speaking of decorative glass in the interior, the first thing that comes to mind is stained-glass window. But if in medieval age, stained-glass windows could afford only very wealthy people (as a rule, representatives of the nobles and clergy), but nowadays a stained-glass art is accessible to almost any human. The cost of stained glass in many respects depends on its size, complexity, technology and, of course, the uniqueness of the selected image.
What type of decorative glass to choose?
Suppose, in the attic of a country house you decided to make the library and you plan to replace the small window of the attic spectacular stained glass. Bright ornament, floral arrangement or a stained glass window on religious themes, one cant count all the original design ideas! If you talk about stained glass techniques, then here is a list much shorter. For example, you can choose brazed, frosted or stained glass window film.
To describe all the technology and decoration of glass processing is difficult, and therefore let’s dwell only on some. For example, soldered stained glass (also called Tiffany stained-glass windows, on behalf of the American creator) is now very popular, but very expensive. These stained glass windows created by welding pieces of colored stained glass lead-tin solder and are often associated with “natural” stained-glass windows – stained-century ago.
One of the most popular and, take a notice, affordable can be called dull stained glass windows, which are created using stencils and processing of glass with a special paste. Some fans of “natural” stained glass rather skeptical about the technology and matted call these pseudo-stained glass windows stained glass windows, but this is unfair. Yes, to create a frosted stained glass takes less time and effort, but the result affects the most inveterate skeptics!