Geometric and floral window
Llandudno, N. Wales
This kind of window is often found in church porches, vestibules etc. and decorates these spaces before entrance to the nave itself. Such a design might be used in a domestic context too, but note the fleurs-de-lys associated with the Virgin Mary. The pastel colours here are subtle and welcoming and there is just a hint of Art Nouveau at the top of the main lights.
Photograph and text by by Jacqueline Banerjee.
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