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Want to learn more about our process before reaching out? Search answers to frequently asked questions below. 

  • How does commissioning a piece work?
    Essentially, once you reach out, we will set up a consultation at the studio, where you'll bring photos of your space. We can also come to you. Once we discuss your ideas & see the space, we will draft a proposal for you, and once approved, we'll create your piece. You are welcome to collaborate on the design as much as you want, and stop by the studio to see your piece as it progresses. To learn more about the kinds of projects we work on, the services we provide, and a more in depth overview of the process, please visit our Services page.
  • How long will it take for my stained glass project to be completed?
    The time it takes to complete a piece varies due to the size and complexity of the project, as well as how many other projects are before yours. During consultation, we will provide a time frame for completion based on your requirements.
  • Do you install the stained glass once it is complete?
    We do not install the stained glass. We encourage clients to use their preferred contractor, but we can definitely provide a recommendation for window installers if needed.
  • Can we come to studio while the window is being fabricated?
    Yes! We know it's exciting and we're happy to show you the work as it's being done. Please call to schedule a good time for you to stop by the studio and check out your custom creation.
  • How do you come up with ideas for the stained glass?
    We take your vision, color preferences, & space into consideration when designing the perfect window for you. Sometimes people bring in meaningful items that they want to incorporate into the design, or want their window to tell a story about their love or their culture or history. We take these stories and ideas and bring them to life through glass. It's a beautiful, collaborative process.
  • How long does stained glass last?
    Stained glass can last for 80 to 100 years!
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