Decorative glazing for windows in Ipswich and East London to Essex and Suffolk

Our collection of custom-designed windows are made with high-performance glazing panels that will significantly improve your home’s thermal performance and durability. Not only will you benefit from these advanced performances, but we can incorporate decorative glass options during the buying journey that will add a distinctive style to your home. Take a look at our range of glass options that can be included in our casement, heritage, sliding sash, tilt and turn, bay and bespoke window styles.

Once you have decided on the material, style and colour for your new windows, opting to include decorative glass is the final touch to ensure for a window solution that perfectly meets your individual tastes. Whether it be stained glass windows, floral patterned windows or modern etched glass windows with contemporary designs, our wealth of glazing experience will ensure you achieve your dream style. They can even be tailored to match your existing door designs.

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Stained glass window designs

Our stained glass window designs can include an array of colours, including vibrant red and blue, or a more subdued palette of pastel colours. So whether you’re looking to achieve an antique style or something a little more modern with a contemporary touch, our bespoke styles can accommodate any individual tastes. A stained glass window is the ideal way to ensure your new window acts as a central point to your home, truly adding the wow factor.

Stained glass is created by adding coloured mixes when it’s fabricated. The coloured panels are then cut to tailor-made shapes and organised to form a specific pattern or picture. Traditional stained glass windows are pieced together with leaded frames. As each and every stained glass design is made to measure, no two have to be the same.

Stained Glass
Patterned Glass

Patterned glass double glazed windows

Patterned glass is ideal for homeowners looking for the best of both worlds as it provides excellent privacy without compromising on its aesthetics. It’s made by heating the glass surface so that it can then be manipulated into an array of patterns. As it’s printed onto the glazing panel, it also adds a bespoke texture.

The styles range from sleek digital prints, to traditional everglade, florielle, mayflower and pelerine designs. They differ in terms of privacy as some are more suppressed than others.

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Etched glass window styles

Etched glass is made by altering the glass surface for a decorative effect. It’s usually either sandblasted or mould etched to achieve a specific style or image. This provides a bespoke style that is mostly obscured, with the pattern being transparent. Like other decorative glazing choices, this will also heighten the window’s privacy whilst still allowing natural light in.

Dependent on your personal preferences, you could opt for a floral design, modern squares or something a little more unique.

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Etched Glass
Frosted Glass

Frosted glass windows

Frosted glazing is popular for bathroom windows and front-facing windows where homeowners want to keep their privacy. It’s rated in terms of its privacy, so you can choose how transparent glass is. The opaquest grade is not possible to see through as it completely disperses the light, for the ultimate discretion. It can be manufactured using several methods to best accomplish the desired results, including sandblasting or etching the glass.

Frosted glass windows offer a blurred effect that will add a distinctive style and texture to any window. You can choose the level of graininess and how they’re formed as they’re custom-designed.

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Bevelled glass panels for new windows

Bevelled glass is commonly used as part of window and door designs as it provides a bespoke appearance that can be completely uniquely designed. It’s fabricated by cutting the glass at an angle, these slants are known as bevels. Each section can then styled, with a plethora of colours and textures to choose from.

Each bevelled glass design is made to measure, so the choices really are endless. We can illustrate a range of patterns for you to choose from, or you can design your own. Popular styles include diamond shapes, floral designs and period Victorian patterns.

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hardwood bay window
Rosewood hardwood casement window

Leaded glass window styles

Lead windows have been popular with homeowners for many years. From traditional diamond designs to sleek styles, they can be created in a plethora of patterns to add a decorative flourish to any replacement window. They can also incorporate coloured sections for a distinctive design.

Leaded glass windows are created by fusing several sections of glass together with lead panels. The lead can be tailored in different widths; slimline designs are more subdued, while larger leaded frames will distinctively section the areas. As the glass isn't normally obscured, it will still let an optimum amount of natural light brighten your home. However, we can add blurred glazing sections for homeowners looking to keep a certain level of privacy.

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Double glazed windows

Our replacement windows are fitted with innovative double glazing as standard, so you can be sure to receive outstanding performances that you’d expect of modern window solutions. Exceptionally energy-efficient, it will keep your home a comfortable temperature with its thermal insulation.

Our double-glazing is fabricated using two panes of high-performance glazing that surround an argon-gas filled cavity. Fitted in draught-proofed frames, our double glazed windows are able to achieve A+ energy ratings and U-values as low as 1.2 w/m2K.

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Interior view of a uPVC window with traditional heritage handles
Bow Window

Comfort glass windows in the South East of the UK

Replacement comfort glass windows are becoming ever more popular with homeowners across the UK due to its pioneering performance. It will further improve your property’s weather-resistance, thermal capabilities and eliminate external noises.

Comfort glass combines two highly efficient glazing panels with a built-in laminate layer and a special transparent Low-E coating that stops 56% more internal heat from escaping. A much more effective insulator than triple glazing.

Secondary glazed windows

We offer secondary glazing options for homeowners who reside in listed properties or conservation areas, where building regulations may hinder the home improvement possibilities. This will allow you to improve your home’s energy efficiency and durability, whilst retaining its classical appearance.

Secondary glazed windows work by adding a single glass pane over the existing window, reducing heat loss by up to 30%. Using high-performance and robust glazing, it will stand the test of time and save you money on your energy bills.

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Secondary glazing that fits over existing windows

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