SGO Designer Glass is committed to providing our customers with the highest quality decorative glass product design combined with personalized customer service and attention to detail. We are unique in the retail architectural glass market because we offer a wide variety of custom decorative glass types--from traditional cut leaded glass to slumped glass--at any budget level. At SGO you can see many options in our showroom, saving you time and travel.
We are part of the best-known network of architectural decorative glass providers in the world with over 350 showrooms/studios worldwide. Each SGO location is locally-owned and staffed by designers familiar with local tastes and styles. With award-winning installations ranging from one of America's largest casinos to a traditional 13th Century cathedral in France to the most famous theme park in Japan, the quality and craftsmanship of SGO Designer Glass spans the globe.
Our design staff is experienced with all styles and will work with you to create the perfect look for your project and budget.
Thank you to Stainless Stair and Door in Odessa Texas for implementing SGO Textured glass in this elegant wrought iron courtyard enclosure.
The contrasting elements of glass and iron create a unique addition to the curb appeal of residence!
|We are bringing some fresh transitional looks into the beautiful Old Midland neighborhood with the slumped crevasse textured backsplash with white backpaint to make for a breathtaking focal point in this upscale kitchen. Local designer: Janice Henry, using her many years of design experience skillfully crafted the look of this space to fit the customers needs and to represent their personal tastes.|
Need a new look for your kitchen? Contact Us today and let us give you the look and style you've always wanted.
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This leaded glass design in the Prairie school style, clear and frosted glass with some blue glass as well made be the very talented Michael Mattei in Aspen, CO for the Saudia Arabian Ambassador to the United States, Prince Bandar.