Stained Glass Design & Styles
Several different styles of stained glass have proliferated through the centuries. But perhaps one of the most unique and captivating of all is Dalle Stained Glass. Dalle Stained Glass makes an exceptional addition to Denver churches, homes, museums, and buildings. People are naturally drawn to the intense colors and mosaic-like designs. In this article, we’ll discuss some of the most popular types of Dalle Stained Glass.
Dalle Stained Glass – How It’s Made
Dalle Stained Glass is a technique that uses slabs of colored glass to create interesting patterns or geometric designs. The glass is cut much thicker than it is for traditional stained and leaded glass windows. This is, in part, what gives Dalle glass its deep color saturation. The glass sections are held in place with a supporting material to create a single unit, or window.
Types of Dalle Stained Glass
There are a few different types of Dalle Stained Glass that Denver property owners and churches can choose from. The differences depend largely on the materials and techniques used for their generation.
Sand & Cement
Sometimes, a mixture of sand and cement is used to anchor the colored glass in place.
Epoxy resin may be used in lieu of the aforementioned materials to support the glass pieces.
Some Dalle de Verre contains streaky glass instead of single-color glass. This glass is made by heating and combining more than one color of glass and allowing it to cool into a hardened form.
How to Decorate with Dalle de Verre
As with any other stained glass window, Dalle de Verre can be added to almost any room or window opening. However, some of the most popular uses including:
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