What Makes Charles Rennie Mackintosh Stained Glass Right For Your Houston Home?
As the distinct look of Mackintosh stained glass begins making a reemergence in the 21st century, we, at Custom Stained Glass Houston are getting more and more questions about this trendsetting Scottish artisan and his work. While many people have heard the name Charles Rennie Mackintosh, not many people are aware of the depth and breadth of his work that made his works the hallmark of an entire generation. Because of this, when people ask us if Mackintosh style stained glass is right for their home, our answer is almost always a resounding yes. Since Mackintosh has so much work to pull from, it is almost impossible not to find something inspiring for any home. To better understand Mackintosh’s style, read below for more information on him and his truly inspired body of work.
The Luxurious Look Of Mackintosh Stained Glass
As mentioned Charles Rennie Mackintosh was a prolific designer. Part of the allure of his work was the supreme minimalism that characterizes it. Stained glass windows inspired by his work often include clean lines, bold pops of color surrounded by clear geometric panes and natural motifs.
However, probably his most popular theme is his timeless Mackintosh rose. A beautiful and elegant rose design that manages to avoid being overly flowery–see below.
Mackintosh Style Stained Glass For Your Houston Home
As you can see there is a universally appealing quality of Mackintosh stained glass which is somehow as relevant today as it was over 100 years ago. Having this style of stained glass in your home will make it beautiful and even modern but still, give the viewer a sense of nostalgia. At Custom Stained Glass Houston we specialize in vintage styles of stained glass like Mackintosh and know to bring his style of work to life in your home.
Watch the video below to find out more about Mackintosh Stained Glass
When looking for custom stained glass in this or any style, contact us for more information and to schedule a design consultation.