We have carefully selected the following related Web sites for informational purposes for our viewers. The Web sites that are included offer valuable information that complement and/or enhance stained glass design, construction, installation and repair. Stained Glass Ltd strives to provide solutions for our Clients with excellence in quality and customer service. We are including those sites that exemplify similar goals.
- The Historic Chicago Bungalow Association
The Historic Chicago Bungalow Initiative is an innovative and comprehensive program designed to preserve the Historic Chicago Bungalow and its neighborhoods and to assist the homeowner in the preservation or rehabilitation of the Chicago Bungalow.
- Stained Glass Association of America
Guide to the world of architectural stained glass, presented by The Stained Glass Quarterly. Includes architectural stained glass and the Stained Glass Association of America (SGAA). The SGAA is a trade organization dedicated to advancing the craft of stained glass.
- Kokomo Opalescent Glass Company
Kokomo Opalescent Glass is the oldest manufacturer of opalescent and cathedral stained glass in the world with the ability to manufacture over 22,000 different color/density/texture combinations. In continuous operation since 1888.
- Paul Wissomach Glass Company
Wissmach Glass has built an inventory that includes over 3,000 glass colors, tints and patterns. While preserving the many traditional colors and mixes of the past, Wissmach constantly introduces new colors and types of glass to meet the demands of the artists of today and the artists of tomorrow.
- Style 1900 Magazine
Style 1900 is a magazine about the architecture, arts, and decorative arts that revolutionized the world of design at the turn of the last century. The magazine was born in 1987 as The Arts and Crafts Quarterly, a newsletter concerning early twentieth century antiques.
- American Bungalow Magazine
American Bungalow Magazine is published in the interest of preserving and restoring the modest American 20th century home, the BUNGALOW, and the rich lifestyle that it affords.
- Prairie Avenue Bookshop
An independent bookstore in downtown Chicago serving those interested in architecture and design, whether students, professionals, or general enthusiasts.