449,943 glass windows Home Design Photos

mark pinkerton - vi360 photography
9 Reviews
Los Altos California
window to the lake?? oh yeah!!!
wall of glass!...chair and glass wall...table. windows!!!...love the windows!...Corner window for dining room
“Corner window for dining room” — mcarson2
Loudoun Area Custom Estate Builder & High End Renovations
Fredericksburg Custom Homes Ltd. is a design-build company serving Virginia since 1994. FCH specializes in luxury custom homes built on owner’s lots and high end remodeling.
Beverly Bradshaw Interiors
11 Reviews
Capitol Hill Estate
Where did the stained glass widnow come from?
one pendant, 3 reflections, glass art on wall
larger molding for casing windows
“Mirror placement.” — marta99
Gianna Camilotti Interiors
The Church Conversion
Converted church with modern glass and style
Really cool layout, amazing windows, neat loft. Not fond of the textiles and black and white theme, staircase
old historic with new contemporary via color and material. retain vaulted windows
entertainment unit, window, layout...stained glass windows...pointed arch windows
“illegence” — mrpresidential
Webber + Studio, Architects
8 Reviews
Tarrytown Phase II Guest Suite
shower glass? Or where can I buy that shower glass?
I'm in process of buying a home and planning for bathroom remodel. I like the half glass idea. I
REALLY like this! How is the stationary glass 'anchored,' is it sturdy, and where can I
I don't want a frosted glass per say....but I like the look of the glass in this photo.... It looks like a brownish/grey tint! Thx for your help!
half glass wall... water won't get out of the shower stall?
i love the half glass wall, but i', worried if i would need
tinted glass types available for this, as well as a "bronze" glass which is brownish/grey close to what this looks like it might be.
would have to recommend glass size and thickness based on your shower. The glass and mirrors on this project were from a local glass supplier near Austin
“Like the continuation of the flooring into the shower” — houstok
Leon Smith Architects
House Refurbishment, Bangor
I have a glass box extension and would like to put some kind of blind up
Wow, really nice looking glass box. Your right, internal blinds would be difficult to fit and detract from
for something structural? I'm thinking louvres overhead not touching the glass.
Pair with period architectureGlass can work with any type of property. This contemporary extension makes a gorgeous addition to a period cottage in Wales
Wales. Additional bay-style windows help to pull extra light into the cottage interior.
Love all that glass. Zero frames.
“Weird” — pranitaac
Sarah Jefferys Design
5 Reviews
Friendship House Master Bath
Windows, half plain glass and half cross reed glass?
Are those windows half cross reed glass and above plain glass? This is what I
We used a film on lower window panes to appear frosted.
Glass Window is frosted. Small bath...Bathroom privacy glass and walk in shwr...Half clear glass/Half opaque glass...Frosted glass on bottom...privacy window...Frosted glass
“low bath” — jr200uk
radius house
Different glass and materials yet feels
will probably look something like this, so they can jump right out the windows into the trees.More:Take the Harry Potter Design QuizIf the Black Swan Had
LOVE windows...Bedroom windows...frosted glass...Frosted glass doors...Love huge windows!...open feel/windows...window frames...Glass walls, wood ceilings...ceiling, glass, warm
“ceiling, glass, warm” — lcox13
Arnal Photography
10 Reviews
Semi-detached reno
opened by a previous owner) using the stained glass panels. The interesting thing was that the stained glass panels were all slightly different sizes, so
for a realtor friend. From what the homeowner has told me, the stained glass and light fixtures were with the house… in the attic… when they purchased
chair in the foreground came from those, I do remember that. The stained glass was found in the attic when they bought the house and they installed it as
“Funky side table” — davidmrosenstein
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