Windows are an architectural jewerly. They allow us to connect with the world and all the beauty that nature has to offer.
These stained glass works of art are objects of interior design which all the time surrounding you with beauty, individuality and class.
Modern designers are happy to use stained glass designs and bright color compositions. Stained glass windows, doors, and wall panels decorate closets and hallways, kitchens, bathrooms, bedrooms and staircase designs today.
Also, stained glass compositions adorn modern ceiling designs and add gorgeous colors to decorative room dividers and partition walls. Combining pieces of glass of different colors can dramatically change the space perception, harmonize home decorating and add elegance to any interior design style.
Stained glass designs, traditionally associated with churches and cathedrals enjoyed the evolution turning into impressive home decorations, suitable for any room. The bright colors of stained glass designs, illuminated by natural sunlight, bring the glow to lofty heights, ceilings, windows, and doors, and create a compelling visual effect which enriches modern interior design and decorating.
This majestic will was built in 1867, Inside are 17-foot luxury stained glass windows, beautiful hardwood floors, a wine room, and a spacious open floor living room.
The kitchen is outfitted with Berloni cabinets, premium quartz countertops, a butler’s pantry, and a wine cooler.
Casa Casuarina was build in 1930 by man named Alden Freeman. His father, Joel Freeman was Treasurer of The Standard Oil Trust (also known as Rockefeller’s Company) and left Alden a fabulous wealth when he passed away.
That gave the young and wealthy Alden the opportunity to retire at the age of 27 from being an architect and travel all over the world.