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A stained glass front door panel blocks the view from the street into this new contemporary style urban townhome in the Bucktown neighborhood of Chicago, IL


This sidelight with flair fits the Southwestern style of Paradise Valley, AZ.





The Craftsman style is not normally associated with lots of stained glass.  This window for a new Crafatsman-style house blends in perfectly, Glen Ellyn, IL.






















The red flowers in this kitchen window is just the right accent to this classically inspired design for a historic 1800's home in Wheaton, IL.




A fancy new doorlight of irises is a perfect theme for a round-topped plank door in this lovely 1920s home, Elmhurst, IL



This window is one of a pair backlighted as sidelights next to the entrance to the formal dining room.







A glance at this peaceful bathroom window scene is the perfect way to begin and end each day, Egg Harbor, WI.


















This contemporary wine cellar window is designed to look like a vineyard poster and features a bottle of wine with the homeowner's name on it, Glen Ellyn, IL







These prairie-style panels are installed in Pella window frames with clear insulated glass behind them in a brand new house in Glen Ellyn, IL.





This sidelight is part of a lovely entryway in a restored Victorian home in the historict district of Downers Grove, IL.


































A kitchen window designed in the style of a traditional hand painted Mexican tile, Elmhurst, IL.



A beautiful beveled glass entryway sidelight with slightly obscuring background glass for privacy in Wilmette, IL.


A bright orange poppy makes a perfect subject for an Arts & Crafts style kitchen cabinet door panel.



This Art Nouveau style door panel features a brilliant beveled glass cluster and amethyst ribbon accent.  It is in a lovely home in St. Charles, IL.































This nearly 6' sidelight of uncolored glass is based on a traditional leaded glass design from the 1900's.




This residential sidelight is 1 of 2 made from church windows that used to hold religious medallions.  The church closed and parishioners were allowed to buy windows to support the new church building.


A sidelight of columbines in Colorado featuring the State flower.




a custom cabinet door featuring symbols representing the client's name and heritage.


A simple but elegant sidelight design in satin etched opaque glass.


A version of the classic Tree Of Life design used in a fireplace sidelight.


Nothing fits an unusual octagon shape as well as a custom art glass panel.
A Custom Stained And Beveled Glass Boutique Studio

"Your glass is drop dead gorgeous."

"I am so happy with our glass. It makes me smile every day."

Cheerful lightplay on the wall from a large custom beveled and colorful glass sidelight.

Not just 'frosting on the cake' but an essential part of what a fine custom home is.
Which of these views would you rather have looking out of and into your bathroom?


No form of art is out of place as long as it is displayed among its equals.

"The desire for the handmade and the handworked is the hallmark of luxury now." --"Forbes Life", December, 2009. And it still is.



Windows of colored glass were first used in the houses and villas of wealthy Romans and in the palaces of the emperors in the first century. Now you can enjoy in your own home the beauty of distinctive stained and beveled glass that has been a part of elegant homes for two thousand years.


If you can imagine a style, mood or function in your home, we can enhance it for you with residential stained glass or beveled glass.


Do away with uninviting entryways, darkening shades, peeking neighbors and passersby, dusty or mildewing curtains, unattractive shutters and blinds and plain cabinet fronts. Let David Wixon & Associates create just the right stained glass or beveled glass for you and enjoy the color, light, elegance, privacy and value of fine art glass in your own home.



A section of a new window based on a typical Arts and Crafts-style pattern and glass.  It replaces ugly glass block in a home office window, Elmhurst, IL


Get A Million Dollar View For A Whole Lot Less


We serve residential stained and beveled glass clients across the United States from our Midwest studio located in suburban Chicago in the heart of DuPage County, in Glen Ellyn, Illinois.

We invite you to review the many ways residential stained glass and beveled glass can be used in your own home and the process by which it can be acquired from design to installation. This can be found in various articles in our Helpful Information section.



8 dramatic skylight panels will enhance both the natural sunlight and interior lighting after dark in the solarium of this new home in Hinsdale, IL.



A beautiful window provides both light and privacy in a master bathroom, Hinsdale, IL.


This large octagon shaped panel now graces the master bathroom spa window in our client's elegant Arizona home. It is both exotic and functional.


The final touch in staircase windows in our client's new home, Western Springs, IL.


This Art Deco entryway is one of a series of art glass door panels in this contemporary styled high-rise Chicago condominium.

These subtle Tudor-style windows are across from a shower and spa.  The cutom art glass panels are retrofitted over insulated glass units in new window frames.  Both casement windows can still be opened and closed with the new art glass installed.

Our knight in shining armor above the door complements our client's collection of medieval artifacts.




This New Orleans inspired is a recent addition to a renovated historical home in the Lakeview neighborhood of Chicago, IL.


This beveled glass bathroom window disguises the neighbor's plain wall.




These modern kitchen cabinet doors in a 1920's home feature colorful vegetables in an Americana folk art style, Elmhurst, IL.


This plain doorway became stunning with the addition of custom glass all in textured uncolored glass.  This home is in Burr Ridge, IL.

Fancy custom glass for a doctor's home library door.

This abstract window is a perfect complement to a modern master bathroom.  It also hides the nearby neighbor's house in Deerfield, IL.



This bedroom doorway transom depicts a scene outside this Wisconsin lake home.



Frank Lloyd Wright-style art glass panels in Pella window frames with clear insulated glass behind them in the master bathroom windows of a  new home, Glen Ellyn, IL


This kitchen cabinet door is a great example of contemporary design and uncolored glasses, Woodridge, IL.


This Prairie-style stained glass sidelight is one of a pair that depicts Aspens in the Fall and Columbines in the entry of this mountain home, Eagle, CO















TheTiffany-style nature scene in this bathroom window hides a view of the neighbor's garage roof, Oakbrook Terrace, IL


This nature scene is next to a whirlpool tub.  It enhances the peaceful pond motif in the master bathroom while providing privacy and hiding a view of the neighbor's garage in Huntley, IL.



One of a pair of lower level windows in family entertainment center providing privacy and blocking view of neighbor's house.



A row of matched Mission style windows in this remodeled bathroom is the perfect touch between simple and elegant, Glen Ellyn, IL.


These 3 new bedroom window transoms depicting Spring, Summer and Fall are a beautiful way to block the harsh morning sun in this new Victorian-style home, Wheaton, IL


This transom design can be adapted equally as well to a transom or sidelight and shows how lively uncolored glass in a variety of textures can be, Huntley, IL.


Simple but elegant new glass in the butler's pantry cabinet doors in a Craftsman-style home in Glen Ellyn, IL.


A pair of these windows flank the family room fireplace and block the view of the neighbor's nearby house, Glen Ellyn, IL.


"Thank you so much, Dave! Ben loves the window just as much as I love it! I keep wandering through the room just to look at it. He loves the glass, he said that the colors are 'perfect..., gorgeous!'. This house has many unique charms, but none exceeding our new vestibule stained glass panel door. We look forward to working with you again when we remodel the bathroom." Mr. & Mrs. B.H., Arlington Heights, IL


A new stairway window transom based on the classic dragonfly motif, Marengo, IL.


These street numbers are in a transom above the front door of a historic row house, St. Louis, MO



These windows beautify a boring view of the neighbor's nearby house.



A portion of a Caribbean reef scene in a glass mural mounted in a large kitchen window transom, Chicago, IL.


This opaque window provides privacy in this first floor powder room but still allows the casement window to open.





A beautiful transom and sidelights using only antique clear glass in a traditional Colonial design, Hinsdale, IL.


The tulips in this unusually shaped bathroom window transom are based on a favorite watercolor painting of the homeowner, Wayne, IL.



These Arts & Crafts style framed panels are free hanging valances along the tops of large windows facing Lake Michigan in a luxury high-rise condominium in Chicago.


These new Victorian-style stained glass patio doors block a view of a neighbor's house that is very close , Glen Ellyn, IL



A beveled Celtic knot for a fancy Great Room to reflect client's Irish heritage.



This lovely stained glass complements this garden style kitchen window and still allows it to be opened.


A beautiful window fills a large guest bathroom window and provides both light and privacy.


Traditional design in stairway window blocks ugly view.

















These condo windows block the view to the parking lot.