A stained glass front door is often the first impression of a property and in the 19th and 20th centuries they were a real feature, often ordered from a range in a catalogue when the house was being constructed. These period features are again sought after and as well as period style, there is every reason to consider an exciting 21st century design if it’s in keeping with the house.
Our services include the design and restoration of leaded glazing for stained glass front doors, together with their associated fanlights and side-screens, windows and transoms. Sometimes the range includes an inner lobby door with side screen and fanlight and kitchen door also with fanlight at the end of the hallway and maybe an outer porch as well. Over the years, glazing may have fallen into disrepair or might have been lost altogether as a result of wartime damage or later ‘modernisation’ in the 60’s, 70’s or 80’s. Sheets of unsuitable plain or obscured glass were often inserted in their place. It makes a tremendous difference to your home when these features are reproduced and installed.