42,323 Glazing Home Design Photos

FGY Architects
6 Reviews
Santa Rita Cottage
Ideabooks408
Questions2
I like the cabinets here....the color and glazed/distressed finish and the glass cabinet grills too. I like the arched grills on the top of the glass front.
white glaze door less detail
Glazing and green
“Cabinets” — Jill Wendling
DC Metro Home Theater & Electronics Systems Design and Installation
Established in 1979, Integrated Media Systems is nationally recognized as the leading Residential Electronics System Integrator in the Greater Baltimore/Washington Metropolitan area.
Sponsored
Contemporary Kitchen
Ideabooks4,549
Questions7
I like the cabinet design with the grey under tones and glaze
Another roped door with paint and glaze
Glaze on cabinets
“tile” — mathiskp
Oakley Home Builders
12 Reviews
Oakley Home Builders
Ideabooks471
Questions3
honey oak stain with walnut glaze
more glazed with light top
“neat” — jsnapshots4
Lenkin Design Inc: Landscape and Garden Design
8 Reviews
Hillside Urn Fountain
Ideabooks1,935
Questions2
could work as a glazed bubbler, like the colors
Nice pale blue glazed ceramic
glaze on the pot
“urn shape/color” — maggie_burgess
Kaimee Klein Martelli
White classic kitchen design
Ideabooks784
Questions4
black appliance, grey glaze on cupboards, subway tile backsplash
black appliances, white glazed cabinets
Glaze cAbinets
“white kitchen black appliances” — daniellenlouis
Mary Prince
9 Reviews
My Houzz Tour: Contemporary Earth Friendly Home in Vermont
Ideabooks41
Questions0
garden room chandelier is made from copper, fiberglass glazing and leaves from Pier One, spray painted with several subtle colors.
The garden room chandelier is made from copper, fiberglass glazing and leaves from Pier One, spray painted with several
The garden room chandelier is made from copper, fiberglass glazing and leaves from Pier One, spray painted with several subtle colors.
“From Pier One” — chrisnogrady
Workshop/apd
UWS Townhouse
Ideabooks316
Questions0
evenly apart in a frame — give the residents some privacy and relate to the traditional brick of the neighbors. Behind the gabions is full-height glazing; these terracotta pieces also provide some shade.
evenly apart in a frame — give the residents some privacy and relate to the traditional brick of the neighbors. Behind the gabions is full-height glazing; these terracotta pieces also provide some shade.
“This infill house on Manhattan's Upper West Side shows how a contemporary construction — terracott” — Johnny Luu
Maison de verre Chareau
Ideabooks75
Questions0
Madison de Verre, Paris 1928. Using differently glazed glass, depending on where privacy is more needed.
masterpiece, built in Paris in 1928. The external form is defined by translucent glass block walls within a steel structure. Select areas of clear glazing were added for transparency. Floodlights directed at the walls outside illuminate the building inside at night.
“Block Glass Home” — Arch. Ahmad Kseibi
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