Elegant Contemporary Entry Door

Pompei Stained & Fused Glass
a fusion of design and function


Over the course of the past 40 years, Joseph Pompei has designed over 5,000 commissioned stained glass window treatments, cabinet doors inserts, elegant entries, and privacy screens. Designs range from Victorian to Art Deco; Art Nouveau to Craftsman Style; the Prairie Style inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright to Tiffany Style scene windows; contemporary and abstract. Our Portfolio selections are meant to represent but a sampling of the some of our previous commissions, and give you a sense of our design capability. We invite you to visit our showroom where we have an extensive display of leaded and stained glass windows, entry doors, cabinet door inserts, and screens. To assist you further in determining a design direction, we have a complete color portfolio of our previous works, along with an extensive library of design books.

View Our Portfolios for Design Ideas

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Traditional Window DesignsTraditional Window Designs
Contemporary DesignsContemporary Designs
Custom Door DesignsCustom Door Designs
Scene Window DesignsScene Window Designs
Unique Features of a Pompei Creation
Installs easily into Andersen, Pella, Marvin, and other stock windows Can create a sense of privacy while maximizing daylight Each piece signed by Joseph Pompei Utilizes the centuries-old lead caming fabrication method Handcrafted in the U.S.A. Heirloom-quality craftsmanship in every piece
Let’s Create a Unique Stained Glass Window Together !


Start by contacting Joseph Pompei at 781.395.8867 or by email at info@pompeiglass.com to initiate a discussion about your project. You will discuss your goals, design themes, color palette, privacy requirements, and budget.

We’ve made it simple to custom order one of our windows from anywhere in the U.S. . » view the details

Looking for design ideas? We invite you to browse our Portfolios and In-Stock Gallery pages. You may also want to have a look at our Victorian and Frank Lloyd Wright window catalogs. Also consider searching Houzz or Pinterest for design ideas.

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