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Welcoming Green Wreath #2

Created in 2004 for a private residence in Casa Bella, Melbourne, Florida, this entrance features hand painted and fired leaves by Stanley Klopfenstine. With uncolored glue-chip glass for privacy and a "ladder beveled design" which ties the sidelights into the transom, it also features tone-on-tone color.

Renaissance in Northern Europe

Custom set of 6 door panels designed and created by Preston Studios for a private residence in Nova Scotia, Canada.  Featuring hand painted and fired elements by Stanley Klopfenstine and Action Bevels.

Pineapple Welcome #2

The cover of Wardell Publications first book (2002) about Preston Studios, this entrance features beveled glass pineapples in the doors and hand painted  and fired leaves by Stanley Klopfenstine.

Beveled glass pineapples – symbol of Welcome

Created in 2004 for Christopher Burton Homes, this custom entrance uses the beveled glass pineapple as a symbol of welcome.

Prairie Style #1

Working with Michael Gainey Signature Designs, Preston Studios created this entrance in 2004 for a private residence in Rockledge, Florida. The focus was on Frank Lloyd Wright stylistic elements of abstract tree forms (as well as one inch squares), but with a 21st century flourish of beveled glass shapes in traditional FLW forms.