We design and make decorative glass for various applications. Our studio facilities enable us to fuse glass, paint, stain & enamel, etch, sandblast, engrave and ‘lead’ glass using the traditional methods. We also restore damaged church stained glass according to the UKIC (United Kingdom Institute of Conservation) guidelines.
Rainbow Glass Studios was established in 2001. Between us we have decades of experience working in glass for various institutions and private clients across Britain. We are often written about in the press and featured on TV.
We especially welcome unusual projects which require a design solution in glass which is why we have a wide and varied Portfolio. New glass techniques can be combined with old methods making a unique and fresh visual impact.
We also work directly with Artists to help realise projects in glass. To see examples goto the Portfolio.
All our products meet British safety regulations at any scale. We work in houses large and small, listed buildings, churches, boats (including super yachts), office spaces, you name it we’ve probably done it. We are proud of our track record in using neutral carbon electricity supplier for over 20 years – GOOD ENERGY.
To discuss your project or obtain a quote then please get in touch via the contact page. In order to price the work we will need the sizes (in millimetres if possible), an idea of design or starting point for your design and a preferred technique to be used, such as traditional leaded glass or etched or fused glass.
Visits are by appointment only so please get in touch in advance to arrange a time.
our clients list includes:
- Churches, Synagogues & Mosques (many and various)
- Blackpool Council (Central Libraries)
- NHS (Hull, Birmingham, Devises)
- Harrods (London)
- Stylist magazine
- M Restaurants Canary Wharf
- Damien Hirst, Mat Colishaw and other artists
- Portman properties
- Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies
- Schools (various)
- Bars (various)
- Portview Properties
- Quo Vardis Restaurant
- BradyMallalieu architects
- Michael O’Sullivan Architects
- Bissett Adams architects
- Bompas and Parr
- Domino Records
- House of Fraser
- Mark Getty
- RIBA (HQ london)
- Private Commissions