1. 5 Stained Glass Cleaning Dos & Don’ts

    Welcome back to the Entry Brite blog! Our blog is your-one-stop for learning about all things stained glass. If you are unfamiliar with our work, Entry Brite is your Top Rated Local® stained glass expert and entryway remodel providers. We have created stained glass front doors and other elements for homes all over the Phoenix area. To see our work, visit our gallery and view before and after pict…Read More

  2. A Quick Introduction To Color Psychology

    Our customers love the brilliant colors and patterns that their Entry Brite stained glass front doors bring to their homes. It can turn a dull entryway into a brilliant fresco. Since we make custom stained glass treatments, you choose what colors you would like in your stained glass. We all have a favorite color, and you might like to use it on your new stained glass front door, but do you know th…Read More

  3. More Famous Examples Of Stained Glass

    Here at Entry Brite, we’ve always got stained glass on the mind. Whether that’s a new front door for your home in Phoenix, or adding custom-made stained glass windows, we’re excited to transform your home. In our last blog, we discussed some famous examples of stained glass throughout the world. We use these icons as inspiration for our graceful designs, so we thought we’d share a few more…Read More

  4. The Most Famous Examples Of Stained Glass

    Stained glass has been popular for centuries. If you read our blog series on the history of stained glass, you’ll know that artists used it as a way to bring light into a space while also adding brilliant pools of color to the interior. Stained glass is an iconic part of some buildings, so much so that it is the defining feature! In today’s blog post, Entry Brite in Phoenix will discuss some o…Read More

  5. 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