Colored glass has a mesmerizing, almost majestic, quality to it. Think of the transformative, kaleidoscopic effect of a church stained glass window! An obvious example, but we tend to forget that there’s a real place for it in domestic interiors. While colored glass has been popular for centuries, when used in the right places it can bring a vintage style to a space, while still feeling modern and cutting-edge. Whether through the subtle beauty in a collection of tinted vases, the ethereal effect of soft, tonal lighting, bright tile and floor accents, or a jewellike doorknob, colored glass can be both a striking and nuanced design element that can lift a space, without overpowering it.