1. The History of Stained Glass, Pt. 4

    And here it is, the final installment of our four-part blog series on the history of stained glass. If you’ve stayed with us up until this point, you surely know how complex the artistry of stained glass can be, especially as it has changed over the last several thousand years. Today, Entry Brite in Phoenix continues to carry on this fine artistic tradition in every one of the stained glass fron…Read More

  2. The History of Stained Glass, Pt. 3

    Welcome to the third installment of our blog series on the history of stained glass. While this art form is seemingly constant in its appearance and manufacture, the reality is that it has undergone many changes and refinements in its more than 4,000-year-old history. Entry Brite of Phoenix is one of many who have done their part to shift and expand this gorgeous practice. In offering our amazing …Read More

  3. The History of Stained Glass, Pt. 2

    Welcome back to our blog series on the history of stained glass. The history of this transparent artform is more opaque than many realize. At Entry Brite in Phoenix, we are just the latest in a very long line of stained glass artisans. We find ourselves looking back to the great masterpieces of the past for inspiration for our signature stained glass front doors on occasion, and so we thought it p…Read More

  4. The History of Stained Glass

    Stained glass is a timeless and elegant way to make any home more beautiful. Adding a stained glass front door to your home can add a refined sense of class to your living space, and is sure to attract your friends and family. But, when we say that stained glass is timeless, just how timeless are we talking? Surprisingly, stained glass has been used in buildings for thousands of years. Today, Entr…Read More

  5. Why Stained Glass Is Making A Comeback: Part 2

    Welcome back, stained glass lovers! In our last blog post, we discussed some of the reasons why stained glass is making a comeback in modern homes and businesses, including its beauty, uniqueness, and versatility. As it turns out, there are many other reasons people are turning to stained glass as a way to upgrade the entryway of their properties, which we will continue outlining here. Although ma…Read More

  6. Why Stained Glass Is Making A Comeback: Part 1

    Yes, you read that right! Stained glass is back in style and is here to stay. For many people, the words “stained glass” used to evoke memories of their grandparents’ house or their childhood church, but those words have since taken on a brand new meaning. Stained glass windows and doors are popping back up across major urban cities like Phoenix and Las Vegas, and are redefining what it mean…Read More

  7. The Five Things To Ask Yourself Before You Remodel Your Entryway

    Are you thinking about an entryway remodel in Las Vegas? Your entryway is the very first place a person enters your home and can leave a lasting impression. Whether that impression is good or bad will have a lot to do with the style of your entryway, how dated the elements are, and most importantly, how attractive your door is to entering guests. If your entryway is not leaving the impression you …Read More

  8. Using Wrought Iron & Other Rustic Elements In Your Entryway Remodel

    Everyone has a specific preference and taste for their home’s style. Lately, a popular style for the home is a modern twist upon the rustic feel of old farm homes and comfy hunting lodges. If you enjoy creating a rustic feel for your home, we can help you begin that design in the very first place your guests will walk through — your entryway. We can ensure you utilize the perfect custom front …Read More

  9. Five Perfect Places To Add Custom Windows In Your Home

    When it comes to remodeling your home, there are a variety of components that will create lasting impressions on those who visit your home or those who one day purchase your home. If you are interested in upgrading a unique but stunning aspect of your home, consider home window replacement. When you choose new windows, opt for custom windows that can be utilized for more than just functionality bu…Read More

  10. Learning to Recognize Different Textures in Stained Glass

    Do you have a stained glass front door or windows in your Las Vegas home? There is a good chance that one or more of the panels in the piece has a texture to it. It's a common design element in stained glass and helps to obscure the view, making it ideal for use in windows and doors of private residences. Knowing what those different textures are called can be beneficial to the owner; it will be a…Read More