"Leaded Glass"
As seen in The Miami Herald, Dec. 26, 2008

Designer: Eloise Kubli, ASID
Text: Jana Soeldner Danger
Photography: Kim Sargent
Publication: The Miami Herald,
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Leaded glass on these double entry doors and the window above provide a welcoming entry.

What to do with a window where the only view, is a blank wall of the house next door? Or a window over a bathtub that looks out onto the street?

Sure, it's possible to install a drapery or shade. But either of them will also block the light. Instead, consider a design in leaded glass.

“So many homes have problem windows,” says Eloise Kubli, an interior designer in Plantation. “Some have views you want to diffuse. Others are scaled incorrectly or are too small, or interfere with privacy. If you install a window treatment, you have to keep it closed all the time. But if you use leaded glass, you have privacy and also a piece of art, and you make the window important.” continued

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