86,665 Stained glass mirror Home Design Photos

Fazzolari Custom Homes & Renovations
3 Reviews
Vancouver, WA Bungalow
Ideabooks1,742
Questions4
Do you have the name of the glass used in the pocket doors for your office? Or better yet, whose doors I'd you use? Thanks for any info... C.Zell
I love this look. Can you tell me the wall paint color, the type of wood and stain used on shelves, and the flooring used? Thanks!
actually a Seedy Baroque, which should be available from most door companies, or you can get a glass co. to supply you with the glass. This door and glass is from Simpson Door Co., - here are their glass samples - ...
The doors and glass in doors
This might be a nice balance; ice block glass provides light and semi-privacy if we want to close off the space if/when having company over.
Frosted.wavy glass for door or room dividers?
“Maybe this is enough for now” — Gretchen Clelland
Northern Virginia Basement Contractor
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Jenni Leasia Design
9 Reviews
Furnace Townhouse
Ideabooks72,649
Questions43
When using glass tiles such as these, what color should the grout be?
any chance i can get the color of the floor stain. love the color.
Where are the glass tiles from?
The glass in the cabinets is a very pretty look. How would I describe that to my contractor? Thanks so much!
is cherry but I don't know exactly what stain it is. Show your floor person this photo! JenniLeasiaDesign.com
We match the grout color as closely as possible to the glass tile color. We don't always do this with ceramic or porcelain tile, but we do with glass. JenniLeasiaDesign.com
color grout do you recommend for glass tiles and color in particular?
When I use glass tiles I match the color of the tile as closely as possible. Jenni Leasia
“S” — blakefam
Steinbomer, Bramwell & Vrazel Architects
1 Review
Pleasanton Ranch
Ideabooks265
Questions1
Do you remember what color/brand/type of stain you used on the floor? We are doing concrete floors as well.
mix of materials e.g. basket, wood dresser, mirror stone
with sealer no stain
Dresser sunburst mirror
Sun mirror...mirror colors
“Naturally concrete with sealer no stain” — nldk
Classic Remodeling & Construction, Inc
8 Reviews
Grove Street Interior Renovations
Ideabooks298
Questions1
Master: I love the stain on the cabinets...black counter tops
counters on stained cabinets
paint, mirror, dark counter
mirror and lighting...Mirror with...mirror tiles
“not sure” — dankencust
Adapt Design, LLC
2 Reviews
Powder Bath
Ideabooks298
Questions1
Powder bath with yellow painted mirrors, pedestal sink and stained concrete floor. Photo by David Friday Photography
THats a neat idea for a mirror
Shelves and mirrors...Stained Concrete...Mirrors on the wall...decorative mirrors
“Floating shelves” — rsjones
Kyle Hunt & Partners, Incorporated
Modern Twist on Tradition
Ideabooks491
Questions2
Pewter with Cream trim, like the herringbone bricks in fireplace. Do not like large wood built in mirror.
fireplace but white and no mirrors and herringbone tile inner
Mirror on fireplace in living room
Mirror - outdoor reflection - make it one large rectangular
Wood facing is an interesting idea. Hate the mirrors.
“vaulted ceiling and windows” — allynparsons
ON Design Architects
Las Palmas Viejas Living Room
Ideabooks2,449
Questions6
Thank you so much. I love the color of the stain..not too dark and still retains some warmth.
like layout and mirror over couch
oak hardwood red/black stain
Floor & mirror
“Hardwood color” — Kristi Gauvin
Giambastiani Design
1 Review
Entance Hall/Mudroom
Ideabooks4,636
Questions9
Would like to know where the stained door is from and type of wood? Thank you!
entrance - table with mirror and flowers
Flowers, console table, rug, mirror, sconces, bench, umbrella stand … gotta have ’em all!
the exception that proves the rule. Each element adds equally to the whole, and each would be sorely missed if left out. Flowers, console table, rug, mirror, sconces, bench, umbrella stand … gotta have ’em all! If coming home from a long day and walking through the front door is anticlimactic, let these
exception that proves the rule. Each element adds equally to the whole, and each would be sorely missed if left out. Flowers, console table, rug, mirror, sconces, bench, umbrella stand … gotta have ’em all!If coming home from a long day and walking through the front door is anticlimactic, let these
“Paneling in foyer” — jeninejaradat
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