139,036 etched mirror Home Design Photos

Applegate Tran Interiors
12 Reviews
Applegate Tran Interiors
Ideabooks4,378
Questions11
natural light to enter the kitchen. The simple flush lines of the elegant cabinetry create a harmonious rhythm set off by glass, which has been hand etched in a pattern of leaves and branches that mimic the trees visible through the windows. The patterned glass is also used in the pantry door, and allows
Where is the small cabinet (bellow the mirror) from? Thank you.
love the mirror.. where can I buy it?
Love the warmth and the mirror and console
“Floor” — Robertha M. Robbins
StudioLAB, LLC
1 Review
Upper West Side Combo
Ideabooks3,461
Questions5
cube was designed with the supplementary space which features walnut flooring wrapping up the walls and ceiling. Two large sliding Starphire acid-etched glass doors close the space off to create privacy when screening a movie. High gloss white lacquer millwork built throughout the apartment allows
Light materials and the custom built-in bench/mirror combo.
“Back entry way bench” — Megan Greer
Space Harmony
10 Reviews
Vancouver Home
Ideabooks4,566
Questions10
Cabinetry Tile up to mirror Long framed mirror
Counter with etched glass
Backsplash and mirror combo
Mosaic just by mirror
Lights above mirror
“Cabinet handle and bottom lighting” — dlee2014
Stephens Fine Homes Ltd
West Hillhurst Escape
Ideabooks17,753
Questions15
like the mirror and the lights probs to dark for our basement
Wall layout. Mirror back
Shelves with mirrors
Acid etched concrete.
Mirror bar...bar back w/mirror...mirrors and style...,mirror behind bar...Light at mirror
“Like the style of this one” — joolzwright
ALTUS Architecture + Design
3 Reviews
Uptown Penthouse
Ideabooks659
Questions0
walls of translucent materials can be used to dramatic effect - creates depth by exploiting the natural assumption of a destination beyond and behind the surface. The pattern on this etched glass wall was
the pattern on this etched glass wall was abstracted fron an image of water and cut into a stainless steel screen in the adjacent room. The entry space here is shielded from
small spaces. Translucency creates depth by exploiting the natural assumption of a destination beyond and behind the surface. The pattern on this etched glass wall was abstracted from an image of water and cut into a stainless steel screen in the adjacent room. The entry space shown here is shielded
of small spaces. Translucency creates depth by exploiting the natural assumption of a destination beyond and behind the surface.The pattern on this etched glass wall was abstracted from an image of water and cut into a stainless steel screen in the adjacent room. The entry space shown here is shielded
“The floor” — mcashill
Tobi Fairley Interior Design
3 Reviews
Pleasant Valley
Ideabooks10,187
Questions13
door and bath on right; sinks on left. smaller shower in the middle next to door? (mirror image of now?)
etched shower glass in line with 3-panel door
Door like this for pantry but with mirrors (facing dining room)
Etched door...Etched glass
“free standing tub” — Liesl Clark
Traditional Bedroom
Ideabooks422
Questions1
I like the use of mirrors.
colors and mirrors on the side
I like the mirror over the night stands...add a sconce above..."LIGHT". Not to mention a clutter free surface!
2 mirrors each side of bed
mirrors behind lamps
night stand with mirror
mirrors lavender bedding
Mirrors over nightstands
Mirror on either side
Mirrors and night stands
Mirror, lamp, bed cover
lamps, mirrors nightstand merchandising
guest room mirrors everything
Mirrors over the nightstands.
Mirrors flaking bed...round mirrors
“szimetrikus” — moncsa
Alexander Butler | Design Services, LLC
6 Reviews
Bolkcom Residence
Ideabooks606
Questions2
distance between end of bed & mirrored door?
Any idea of the distance between the end of the bed and the mirrored door? Is it a closet or bathroom behind the door?
where did you get the wheels, rail and mirror from...did you make it yourself?
Think it's around 3'-6". Actually it's the fire door to the stairwell behind the mirror - really ugly door that we turned into an opportunity. There's a latch and pulley system from the
the stairwell that is connected to the interior hardware that when pulled will retract the mirror. The door can then be unlocked and opened from the stairwell.
love the sliding colored mirror door!
“Rug, bedding” — bapotschi
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