376,322 mounting to glass Home Design Photos

RisherMartin Fine Homes
5 Reviews
Parkside Residences
Ideabooks886
Questions3
Use of opaque glass! Sent from my iPad
Glass separation on vanity, no toe kick on vanity.
frosted glass separating vanity from shower
Counter, frosted glass
Frosted Glass Divider
frosted glass shower wall
frosted glass wall partition
frosted glass window
Frosted glass...frosted glass door...frosted glass color...frosted glass?
“Marble backsplash” — lcady8
Centsational Girl
Centsational girl
Ideabooks8,804
Questions5
glass top table use a glass lamp
remember antique table in storage bought from mom and dad and glass top????
I like the glass side table and lamp
Love this all white bedroom...great bedside table with protective glass tabletop provides a great surface for all those bedtime essentials!
Use this lamp design to enhance elements of your tabletop. If you have a glass tabletop, use a glass lamp to create a seamless connection between the two pieces.
“Display table” — anottell
In Detail Interiors
12 Reviews
Master bath beauty
Ideabooks4,417
Questions5
half wall tile or sheetrock? Is glass on tile pieces or one pece of stone?
How can I finish off subway tile and glass trim
angled shower - for my bathroom allows for double window because glass does not block twin window
shower head and tile work and glass
a design like this shower but maybe with textured glass?
“Vanity and shower” — sjbullington77
On Time Baths
9 Reviews
Austin 360 Bathroom Remodel
Ideabooks1,418
Questions2
The master shower in the past was a very small corner shower. We used a frameless glass enclosure and used the granite bath tub deck as a shower bench. The end result was a very open and smart layout. photo credits: Olympia Sobande
Note how shampoo box stands out because it has darker tiles than shower walls. Tiles go to ceiling. Shower glass does
Tub and shower connected by glass! Utilizing floor space
Glass of shower placement with tub to make a bench
stone with glass and granite accents
“Squares in niche, linear on wall” — dawneblake
Altera Design & Remodeling, Inc.
2 Reviews
Alhambra Valley Residence
Ideabooks6,155
Questions8
This is exactly what I want for my shower, where did you get the glass enclosure and what kind of shower pan did you use?
Pebble tile accents create nice transitions between materials. Love the built in shelf with glass. www.zenparadise.net
Like the shower and glass doors
shower glass 90 dgree corner clip
Pebble accents on floor Glass tile accent
Seamless glass shower opens up the space
Rock on floor and glass shower
glass tile accent in recessed areas
“Nook” — mz32000
FRICANO CONSTRUCTION CO
9 Reviews
River Forest 1
Ideabooks2,238
Questions3
Is the window a real stained glass window or some kind of film over the window? Sources?
This is a real stain glass window that was found in the house. We had it restored and reinstalled into the bathroom.
lead glass window 2 howard pl
Subway tile and stained glass in the bathroom
Stained glass, contrasting cabinets & finishes
“Wood pattern” — Joshua Grossnicklaus
The Cross Design
Mather's Avenue
Ideabooks3,854
Questions4
I didn't know they could make a table out of glass like that! Neat!
Vanity with full length mirror and glass table
Gorgeous glass console and mirror pair so well together. Fresh and modern.
Great way to use our glass console table for some glamour
9. Clean glass and mirrors. Arm yourself with a stack of fresh microfiber cloths and water, or your glass cleanser of choice. Set the timer and make your way from room to room, swiping mirrors, glass tables and windows until the bell rings.
“Very feminine !!” — Brigitte Robidoux
Lucid Architecture
2 Reviews
Pigeon Creek Residence
Ideabooks3,527
Questions2
Love the glass as opposed to a banister. How much do you think that might cost? - Looks great
Sorry - I don't have those costs available to break that out. Your best bet will be to get in touch with a local glass contractor. Anyone that does the higher end glass shower enclosures should be able to handle this.
Stairs levels the white with pops of color and love the frosted glass railing..I love multi levels of loft like 1/2 levels u can see down and up to next story...dig big!!
glass railings and three level staircase
“3rd level stairs” — Mabel Caraos
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