Saturday, October 17, 2009

Stained glass for your home


At the Rooms 2 Go furniture store...a stained glass divider for your home. Rather nice, I thought.

23 comments:

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

OOooh, pretty, lovely abstract capture, Jacob!!! :-D Mary

Don and Krise said...

I love stained glass, especially windows, even more especially Frank Lloyd Wright stained glass. (Not that I'm a snob or anything) ;-)

James said...

That reminds me of the sugar that sugar artists make. I like it, but I want to taste it. :)

Vogon Poet said...

You are absolutely right, excellent colors and make. Great detail, you found the perfect angle to show this at its best.

cieldequimper said...

Oh yes, I agree. I would love to have some stained glass at home.

Small City Scenes said...

Very nice addition to one's home. I have a stained glass my Mother did for me. A horse of course. She used to make beautiful panels for beside front doors. Nice.

Are you buying something? You spend a lot of time at the furniture store. LOL MB

brattcat said...

Yup. It makes a really striking image.

Kcalpesh said...

I can very well term this as a wonderful piece of design! Looks lovely!

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GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

Perfect thing for me to stumble upon, this stained glass, on Sacred Sunday! Loved the glass bottom boat picture. Gotta get there during adulthood. Colors soooooooo vibrant and rich. Real film? Really?

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Marie said...

The colors of this stained glass are wonderful. When I was in the US last year, I was much impressed (I was in awe I should say :-)) in front of the stainglass by Matisse in Union Church of Pocantico Hills.

Our Catholic saint have haloes... I know that Protestants don't have "saints." These haloes are called "auréoles" in French. I couldn't find a more appropriate word. If you know one please don't forget to let your French blogger friend know :-)))

Frank said...

This is at a Rooms to Go? I didn't imagine they carried such interesting and attractive home accessories. Nice capture Jacob.

(Did you have a particular/special area of your domicile you were thinking of "walling off.")

Hilda said...

Very nice. The colors and textures are amazing!

വിഷ്ണു said...

Nice blend of colors

Bibi said...

You're definitely on a glass kick, with your glass bottomed boats and all. I love stained glass; my stepfather used to make wall hangings. I like the colors on this one.

Paula said...

As much as they advertise, you would think I would have made it into the store. This looks really attractive. I'm kinda surprised!

Jacob said...

@ Don & Krise - Snob? No. But methinks you might have rather exclusive and thus, expensive, tastes...

Jarart said...

I like stained glass and this is a nice piece! It made a nice picture too.

Sean said...

I have a soft spot for stained glass doors... would love to see more of these!!!

Buenos Aires Photoblog said...

Colorful pattern! It reminds me of Tiffany lamps.

julia said...

Nice, the quality of the glass is very important I suspect from my observation in public spaces.
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Your EG Tour Guide said...

It's beautiful. Hmmm. Where could I put that in my home? LOL

glasgowdailyphoto said...

I do like this a lot! Lovely design, great photo!

Jackie

JM said...

Love this detail!

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