Stained Glass Design and Repair Ayrshire

At AWM Stained Glass design and repair Ayrshire, we designrepair & fit leaded stained glass in traditional & contemporary styles for homes & period properties accross the wider Ayrshirepostcode area.

Specialising in the design, construction, restoration and installation of stained glass in Ayrshire. Whether you need a small stained glass repair or wish to add stained glass to your Ayrshire property.

The term stained glass can refer to coloured glass as a material or to works created from it. Throughout its thousand-year history, the term has been applied almost exclusively to the windows of churches and other significant religious buildings.

The making of stained-glass windows has hardly changed since the 12th century. A stained-glass window consists of pieces of coloured glass held together in a latticed web of lead.

The glass has previously had details of faces, hands and drapery painted and fired on to it in black or brown paint. About the year 1300, yellow stain was discovered, This had the ability to turn white glass yellow or blue glass green, and was extremely useful in the highlighting of hair, halos and crowns.


Muiredge School

Muiredge School


Stained Glass, the material

As a material stained glass is glass that has been coloured by adding metallic salts during its manufacture. The coloured glass is crafted into stained glass windows in which small pieces of glass are arranged to form patterns or pictures, held together (traditionally) by strips of lead and supported by a rigid frame. Painted details and yellow stain are often used to enhance the design. The term stained glass is also applied to windows in which the colours have been painted onto the glass and then fused to the glass in a kiln.

Stained glass, as an art and a craft, requires the artistic skill to conceive an appropriate and workable design, and the engineering skills to assemble the piece. A window must fit snugly into the space for which it is made, must resist wind and rain, and also, especially in the larger windows, must support its own weight. Many large windows have withstood the test of time and remained substantially intact since the Late Middle Ages. In Western Europe they constitute the major form of pictorial art to have survived. In this context, the purpose of a stained glass window is not to allow those within a building to see the world outside or even primarily to admit light but rather to control it. For this reason stained glass windows have been described as “illuminated wall decorations”.

Stained Glass at RAF Base Condor – After

The design of a window may be abstract or figurative; may incorporate narratives drawn from the Bible, history, or literature; may represent saints or patrons, or use symbolic motifs, in particular armorial. Windows within a building may be thematic, for example: within a church – episodes from the life of Christ; within a parliament building – shields of the constituencies; within a college hall – figures representing the arts and sciences; or within a home – flora, fauna, or landscape.

Stained glass is still popular today, but often referred to as art glass. It is prevalent in luxury homes, commercial buildings, and places of worship. Artists and companies are contracted to create beautiful art glass ranging from domes, windows, backsplashes, etc.


Postcodes AWM Stained Glass Design Ayrshire cover include:


East Ayrshire

Kilmarnock and Loudoun

The approximate coverage of the postcode districts:

Postcode districtPost townCoverageLocal authority area
KA1 1KILMARNOCKKilmarnockEast Ayrshire
KA1 2KILMARNOCKKilmarnock, Bonnyton, GrangeEast Ayrshire
KA1 3KILMARNOCKKilmarnock Centre, BellfieldEast Ayrshire
KA1 4KILMARNOCKKilmarnock, Caprington, Riccarton, ShortleesEast Ayrshire
KA1 5KILMARNOCKHurlford SouthEast Ayrshire
KA2 0KILMARNOCKKnockentiber, CrosshouseEast Ayrshire
KA3 1KILMARNOCKKilmarnock, Altonhill, Knockinlaw, Longpark, Beansburn, HillheadEast Ayrshire
KA3 2KILMARNOCKKilmaurs, Kirktoun, OnthankEast Ayrshire
KA3 3KILMARNOCKStewartonEast Ayrshire
KA3 4KILMARNOCKLugton, DunlopEast Ayrshire
KA3 5KILMARNOCKStewarton, Fullwood, KingsfordEast Ayrshire
KA3 6KILMARNOCKKilmarnock, Southcraigs, Fenwick, Crookedholm, Hurlford NorthEast Ayrshire
KA3 7KILMARNOCKKilmarnock, Whinpark, New Farm Loch, BeansburnEast Ayrshire
KA4 8GALSTONGalstonEast Ayrshire
KA16 9NEWMILNSNewmilns, GreenholmEast Ayrshire
KA17 0DARVELDarvelEast Ayrshire

Cumnock and Doon Valley

Postcode districtPost townCoverageLocal authority area
KA5 5MAUCHLINETarboltonEast Ayrshire
KA5 6MAUCHLINEMauchline, Catrine and SornEast Ayrshire
KA6 6AYRDalrymple, Hollybush and CoyltonEast Ayrshire
KA6 7AYRPatna, Dalmellington, Bellsbank, Waterside, Rankinston and DronganEast Ayrshire
KA18 1CUMNOCKCumnockEast Ayrshire
KA18 2CUMNOCKOchiltree and AuchinleckEast Ayrshire
KA18 3CUMNOCKMuirkirk, Smallburn, Lugar and LoganEast Ayrshire
KA18 4CUMNOCKNew CumnockEast Ayrshire

North Ayrshire


Postcode districtPost townCoverageLocal authority area
KA11 1IRVINEGirdle Toll, Stanecastle, Bourtreehill, BroomlandsNorth Ayrshire
KA11 2IRVINEPerceton, Lawthorn, Sourlie, Doura, RoddinghillNorth Ayrshire
KA11 3IRVINESpringsideNorth Ayrshire
KA11 4IRVINEIrvine, DreghornNorth Ayrshire
KA11 5IRVINEIrvine, DreghornNorth Ayrshire
KA12 0IRVINEIrvineNorth Ayrshire
KA12 8IRVINEFullartonNorth Ayrshire
KA12 9IRVINEIrvine Centre, StanecastleNorth Ayrshire
KA20STEVENSTONStevenstonNorth Ayrshire
KA21 5SALTCOATSSaltcoats SouthNorth Ayrshire
KA21 6SALTCOATSSaltcoats NorthNorth Ayrshire
KA22 7ARDROSSANArdrossan, Whitlees, ChapelhillNorth Ayrshire
KA22 8ARDROSSANArdrossanNorth Ayrshire


Postcode districtPost townCoverageLocal authority area
KA13 6KILWINNINGKilwinningNorth Ayrshire
KA13 7KILWINNINGKilwinningNorth Ayrshire
KA14 3BEITHBeith, Glengarnock, LongboatNorth Ayrshire
KA15 1BEITHBeith, Glengarnock, LongboatNorth Ayrshire
KA15 2BEITHBeith NorthNorth Ayrshire
KA23 9WEST KILBRIDEWest KilbrideNorth Ayrshire
KA24 4DALRYDalryNorth Ayrshire
KA24 5DALRYDalry, DrakemyreNorth Ayrshire
KA25 6KILBIRNIEKilbirnie SouthNorth Ayrshire
KA25 7KILBIRNIEKilbirnie NorthNorth Ayrshire
KA27 8ISLE OF ARRANHoly Island, Brodick, Isle of Arran (all towns)North Ayrshire
KA28 0ISLE OF CUMBRAEMillportNorth Ayrshire
KA29 0LARGSLargs, Glenside, Fairlie, KelburnNorth Ayrshire
KA30 8LARGSLargsNorth Ayrshire
KA30 9LARGSLargs EastNorth Ayrshire

South Ayrshire


Postcode districtPost townCoverageLocal authority area
KA6 6AYRCoyltonSouth Ayrshire
KA7 1AYRAyrSouth Ayrshire
KA7 2AYRAyr, BelmontSouth Ayrshire
KA7 3AYRHolmston, Forehill, Belmont, Castlehill, Masonhill, KincaidsonSouth Ayrshire
KA7 4AYRDoonfoot, AllowaySouth Ayrshire
KA8 0AYRDalmilling, CragieSouth Ayrshire
KA8 8AYRWoodfield, WallacetownSouth Ayrshire
KA8 9AYRHeathfield, Whitletts, Newton on Ayr, Lochside, BraeheadSouth Ayrshire


Postcode districtPost townCoverageLocal authority area
KA2 9KILMARNOCKDundonaldSouth Ayrshire
KA6 5AYRMossblown, AnnbankSouth Ayrshire
KA9 1PRESTWICKPrestwickSouth Ayrshire
KA9 2PRESTWICKMonktonSouth Ayrshire
KA10 6TROONTroon Centre, BarassieSouth Ayrshire
KA10 7TROONTroon, Muirhead, Loans, BarassieSouth Ayrshire
KA19 7MAYBOLEMaybole, Crosshill, StraitonSouth Ayrshire
KA19 8MAYBOLEMaybole, KirkoswaldSouth Ayrshire
KA26 0GIRVANGirvan South, Ballantrae, Colmonell, BarrhillSouth Ayrshire
KA26 9GIRVANGirvan North, Old Dally, Dally, TurnberrySouth Ayrshire
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