665,994 glazed wall Home Design Photos

APD Interiors
3 Reviews
Islington Glass box extension
Ideabooks1,776
Questions4
who is the artist, (picture on far left wall)?
glass wall and ceiling together.
brick wall...white walls...frameless glazing...Addition/glass wall...glass wall and door...Garden wall...Wall window......glass wall...The outside wall
“GLASS BOX?! YES PLEASE!” — smosman44
Just Joh
Fan
Ideabooks1,872
Questions4
Wall art using wall paper and wood moulding.
the pannels on the wall plus the wall paper
To echo the sofa fabric on the wall as this in green
Fireplace, Wall Panels
marble cladding and wall paper
White glazed cabinet
the pattern on the walls
tub, fireplace, wall, curtains, candles.
wall paper...wall treatments...wall panels...wall decor
“The fire place. The curtains” — iwhittam
the orpin group, interior design
2 Reviews
the orpin group, interior design
Ideabooks5,561
Questions9
Is the wall and floor tile porcelain? Is it Porcelanosa?
manufacturers make similar, including: Kohler K-2297-G Kathryn 24" Undermount Bathroom Sink with Glazed Underside http://www.faucetdirect.com/kohler-k-2297-g-kathryn-24-undermount-bathroom-sink-with-glazed-underside/p164507 :) Rhoda
Is the wall and floor tile porcelain? Is it Porcelanosa? yes
oak vanity matches living room, whole wall mirror/side
Contemporary Oak cabinets with black granite countertop, stainless fixtures and light tile on walls and floor -matching.
“similar tile” — ldwphd
Glen Irani Architects
Hover House 2, Glen Irani Architects
Ideabooks1,135
Questions4
What is the tile on the walls?
What brand of bath is this and what is that blue light around the top of the wall?
Boffi ceramic glazed tile - looks like grey granite in color and texture.
Tile is boffi ceramic glazed looks like grey granite in color and texture
maybe we should think of the tan(lighter) tile for the wall around tub, shower and toilet????
“Wall tile for non master” — ryankullar
Fearns Studio
Bondi House
Ideabooks1,288
Questions0
the main living room are hardwood, with bottom rolling hardware and low-e glazing. “The reveals are about 2½ feet deep on the side elevation, because the doors are mounted externally,” Fearns says.
ivy wall, large opening, deck.... back of aire?
The sliding doors in the main living room are hardwood, with bottom rolling hardware and low-e glazing. “The reveals are about 2½ feet deep on the side elevation, because the doors are mounted externally,” Fearns says.
“Side garden” — impacthomes
Buckminster Green LLC
9 Reviews
Kitchen Backsplash
Ideabooks4,206
Questions5
Are the blue cabinets painted and glazed? If so, what glaze did you use?
whats the paint colour on the walls? I have kitchen counters to match
B Moore gray owl on wall
Kitchen cabinet color and wall color
if can't do wall could exterd cabinet material
wall color?...Wall color...Pantry wall...love color of wall...South wall?...wall art...wall decor
“Wall color” — Molly Paolicelli
Holly Marder
My Houzz: Contemporary Country Style in the Netherlands
Ideabooks5,227
Questions5
my basement has one wall that has wood paneling. I am trying to avoid tearing it down and instead I am wanting to paint it. I need to add texture to it since there are so many
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Try lighter walls with a dark ceiling, hang ceiling sconces for bedside lights to keep nightstand surface free for books or glasses and small floating nightstands to
Black doors, gray walls and light wood floor
Like the black door combined with light floors and walls
“The door” — robyanne2
Gregory Phillips Architects
House Extension- Wimbledon
Ideabooks1,876
Questions1
Plan every windowWindows and glazing can be a friend or foe. Too much and you might feel cold and a bit exposed. Too little and you can feel the days never get light enough. Talk to your
mood you want to create. Research is vital, as is patience – huge pieces of glass are often made to order and can hold up the build. Planning the glazing well in advance can minimise disruption.
“Floor to ceiling glass walls” — Harry McDonald
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