Ed’s Emporium Art Glass Studio Since 1981
Ed’s Emporium Art Glass Studio has been creating original glass work since 1981. We work
directly with architects, builders, interior designers and home owners to provide an
outstanding product and service during and after the project.
Leaded glass, sandblasting, texturing, fusing/kiln work, mosaic & painting are processes
used at our studio to create unique art glass pieces.
Is Art Glass only for new homes?
Custom glass work can be installed in new construction, or used to enhance your current
home, adding design and atmosphere. Art glass may be placed in front of existing glass or
integrated into insulated thermo pane units. Often art glass is used in the entry way, but it
is also very effective to add privacy and design to any window, interior doors, bathrooms,
transoms and cabinets.
How much does Art Glass cost?
The cost is determined both by square footage, complexity and the techniques required to
achieve the desired project. We are always considerate of your budget. Our prices start at
$10 - $20 per square foot to have sheet glass cut to size (note: we have hundreds of
samples to choose from). Etched work is typically in the $100 - $125 per square foot
range and leaded work $150 - $275 per square foot. Painted and fused work would
involve additional costs. When designing, we retain a 10% deposit which is applied to the
final cost of the project. We do also charge a consultation fee of $50.00 which is credited
toward the final cost of the project.
What is the process for ordering custom glass work?
We understand that ordering custom art glass is new experience for many, so we like to
make sure that you are informed and understand the process. We’d like to meet with you
first at our studio, as there are many samples, photos and books that can help determine
your direction. We’ll take notes and ask you questions about color, size, project location
and also your budget to determine what will best suit your needs. If you have a photo,
fabric swatch etc. representing your décor or design influence, please bring that along.
Once a design has been conceptualized, the next step is to create a full size rendering. This
allows you to see exactly what the project could look like. Once the design is approved,
the materials (colors, textures, bevels, etc.) are chosen and construction begins.
What’s the difference between what Ed’s Emporium offers and the big chain home
We are a local company providing custom art glass products not found in a catalog. Large
home centers offer mass-produced work with size and design limitations. At Ed’s
Emporium you choose from hundreds of glass samples and endless design possibilities to
create a project specifically for your environment. An original, unique art piece,
personalized by you, is quite different than the limited choices found commercially. Our
studio prides itself in attention to detail and customer satisfaction is always of utmost
importance to us.
We look forward to serving you,
Eric Allen Owner / Glass Artist