Stained Glass Room Divider: Beveled Glass and Clear Textured Glass

stained glass window room divider beveled glass clear textured glass Boca Raton

stained glass room divider – Boca Raton

Stained Glass Room Divider

As part of a home remodel, the client and his wife wanted to add a window that would allow light to enter the dining room.  Because the window would be part of an interior wall, the window needed to be attractive from the dining room and provide privacy for the bathroom that was on the opposite side.

Beveled Glass and Clear Textured Glass

stained glass window room divider beveled glass clear textured glass Boca Raton

beveled glass and clear textured glass

The client and his wife wanted a design that featured beveled glass and a selection of clear textured glass.  This is a classic combination that would provide both timeless elegance and privacy.  The design incorporated several bevel clusters, stock bevels and fused glass nuggets.   I reworked the elements to create a design that flows horizontally.  The central cluster is in reminiscent of a compass, inspired by the client’s Portuguese heritage.

Boca Raton from ppposite side

 

The combination of bevels and textured clear glass makes for a timeless look that the client will enjoy for years to come.

 

 

 

About MCaron

My name is Michelle Caron and I have been working with glass for over 20 years. My studio is in Kane'ohe, Hawaii, on the windward side of the island of Oahu. My passion for exploring glass started during a year spent in France. The kaleidoscope of vibrant colors that filled the Gothic cathedrals grabbed my imagination and never let go. Each project offers opportunities to develop techniques in order to meet new challenges. I find that curiosity, patience and persistence are key to exploring this multifaceted medium. It is a journey that is never dull.
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