So let's see the Before shots of the nice windows that we are working with and go from there. Lynn has a beautiful front yard but that wasn't the problem. Even though it's a garage, privacy is a bit of an an issue. Sometimes you just like to hide the stuff that is stored along with your automobile. The other problem was heat--very hot in the afternoon with no window covering. Blinds get dusty and curtains are impossible, so Gallery Glass is likely to be the most practical window treatment.
We started with the long windows because there are two of them and you can duplicate-- faster than you can create new--an important factor to remember when you are working on a large project with several parts. The finished size of the panels is 23.5"x 58.75". Most of the colors were used in the bathroom window, but that window is a different design. However, there is a considerable span of native stone between the bathroom and the garage windows, and they are both geometric designs, so the style of the windows works well together. She worked through the color scheme and decided what colors from the bathroom window she was planning to repeat, then added Cameo Ivory as a marbleizing background color with Cocoa Brown so that it will blend with the dark brown walls in the garage.
Congratulations, Lynn and Richard, you have done a fabulous job--once again.