When your house needs a facelift, how can you ensure your dream patio, hardwood floors, or audio-visual system will be undertaken with care and precision? Look no further. We've scoured the Mile-High City for the best master craftsmen in the biz. From iron workers and muralists to stone masons and landscape designers (and everything in between), these men and women will make your dream home a reality.
Mike Delva, Denver Art Glass
Mike Delva’s Denver Art Glass is entrusted to handle the stained-glass repair and restoration projects of stately structures such as the Governor’s Mansion, the Temple Events Center, and the Byers-Evans House. And without a doubt, Delva will handle your home project with that same care and precision.
Delva likes to emphasize that stained glass isn’t just for church windows or even just for windows anymore. Today, people incorporate his art into doorframes, interior doors, furniture pieces, cabinets, lamps, and even skylights.
Since 1976, Delva has been piecing together art you can see through. He maintains that stained glass “is not a cookie-cutter business.” In fact, he specializes in “designing pieces to fit both the style of the house and the personality of the owner.” He’s diligent about working with his clients to find solutions that are cohesive to their space.