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Decorative glass business does more than just churches

The work of Hanover County-based Decorative Glass Solutions is featured in new restaurants in the Richmond area.

Diane Fairburn started the business after graduating from Virginia Commonwealth University 39 years ago. The company was initially called Stained Glass Creations.

Fairburn said Decorative Glass Solutions recently completed installations in the Spoonbread Deux restaurant in the Short Pump area and in the Amici di Enzo restaurant in Goochland County.

“Some people think all we do is churches,” Fairburn said.

She said she has been commissioned by the Virginia Baptist Home Foundation to do a series of stained-glass windows for The Culpeper, a new residence home being built in Culpeper.

“Each window will be purchased by a donor, nine windows in total, from which to choose of various river, mountain and farmland scenes,” Fairburn said.

BY TAMMIE SMITH Richmond Times-Dispatch
Tammie Smith
Jul 15, 2018

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Traditional Combo Carr Storm Door

This storm door design was made for a customer wanting more light in her foyer but didn’t want to go to the expense of buying a new entry door so she purchased a storm door from Home Depot. We installed our custom leaded glass on the inside of the glass storm door to match her leaded glass sidelights and transom that we did several years ago.

Traditional Combo Carr Storm Door