825,967 glass wall Home Design Photos

Modern Living Room
Curving glass and stone walls! My favorite home which is most spectacular! Love it!
glass at ceiling to float roof design 1 room deep
see wall of glass and fireplace - no cabinets
Love, love, love the glass
structure inside of wall
Glass wall loving to ocean
glass meeting stone wall
stone wall...textured wall...Curved glass...tv wall...curved glass wall...Glass wall...stone wall
“Soffit and slant roof” — lz2005
Swatt | Miers Architects
5 Reviews
Tea Houses
light. Due to the dropoff and large tree it seems to have a treehouse effect without leaving the ground. Brilliant. Can you talk about sourcing the glass used?
love the glass walls n position of the house
cantilevered glass box
glass and concrete house
glass and steel outside
Windows on glass box
Guest house glass box
cool glass room...Glass Walls...Full glass walls...Floating glass...Cool glass house....Glass house idea...Glass lounge...frameless glass...glass door...glass wall...retaining wall...window wall
“House” — tardifp
Douglas Design Studio
11 Reviews
Exercise Room
glass on more than one side?
glass partition instead of traditional sheetrock wall
add a glass wall to gym with mirror and other art in the room, stone feature wall
glass sheet walls are very smart
love this glass idea. I think. Hope no one would walk through them.
All glass overlooking patio with great
use of glass - create a gym yet still have open space --- smart glass best option - can have privacy or see through
glass goes to the floor and ceiling
“gym” — Vessela Toncheva
Midcentury Bathroom
Techno 25 Single Handle Wall Mount Bathroom Faucet with
tub with half wall and glass?
shower/tub glass door. tile on shower wall
Shower wall and tiling and vanity
Spout on different wall than shower head + glass partition
Floating vanity and glass shower door
Good example of how to make a small bathroom with existing gray tile to work using a small floating vanity and glass shower doors
tiled walls - but not this particular tile
Tub deck, rise, floor am ANd wall are all the same material. I hate it.
In another child-friendly move, Stephen designed a custom glass shower door that swings inward, toward the showerhead. The bathroom is small, and the couple didn’t want to cut it in half with a shower curtain. A wall-hung vanity also makes the room feel more open.As every parent knows, a tub is imperative
“For the family bathroom maybe have shower over bath, to save space, if we also have en suite in the” — joeandgem
Industrial Living Room
Glass panelling & architecturally exposed steel
the panel’s pivot point. A single motor controlling two panels simultaneously has an elegant simplicity to it. When to use: Almost anywhere. Pivoting wall panels are versatile elements that can fit any architectural system, because they perform much like a door. Play with levels of transparency for heightened
“awesome windows” — Geitz Design Associates
Mihaly Slocombe
3 Reviews
Basser House
Where did you get the shower glass?
Hi, thanks for your question. It is a fixed panel of glass, with plenty of room next to it to get in and out. It sounds like pretty much the same thing you're trying to do. All the best.
Does the glass panel swing open or is it fixed. I'm doing the same thing in a shower/tub combo and the vendor
same glass idea for tub. nice tile
Single Glass partition separating bathing area from the dry area
Tub shower with half glass wall ... Master bath?
“Shower glass” — peluther
Ian Engberg
Sliding window walls and exits to pool on one side and sitting/kitchen area on the other.
The Sliding Glass Doors in this picture makes the room more open.
rear of contemporary glass house showing kitchen & living room facing to view
Here is another sliding wall adjacent to a pool, also separated by the slimmest of a walkway. As shown here the opening is large, since two panels are slid open.
“Whole house is awesome” — kjelder
KUBE architecture
22 Reviews
Urban Retreat
below. These two linear volumes serve to frame the space, while glass planes traverse at each end. A sliding wall of backlit translucent panels hides the existing basement windows along the street façade, and a folding glass wall opens onto the rear garden, The result is a light, airy space that
glossy white kitchen cabinets line the wall, terminating in a cantilevered wine bar, and along the opposite edge a series of sliding doors conceal the more functional aspects of program: powder room, mechanical units, and washer-dryer. The existing chimney along this wall was retrofitted to accommodate the
kitchen units (floating glass unit and shelf)
clear wall between sides bedroom/living room
“muebla de cristal” — paulinis
Any problem with the glass wall on the half wall leaking water under it
I am remodeling a shower and want it to be much like the one in the picture, I was wondering about the glass on the half wall and the door, do they seal...
© 2014 Houzz Inc.
Houzz® The new way to design your home™