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Opaque wall connects dark and separate room
opaque glass at staircase instead of wall
separate the master for murphy guest bed with opaque glass
opaque wall between stairs and living
The opaque glass wall for light.
opaque glass/ light and divide
Opaque glass partition
love the opaque glass
opaque glass for more light
Opaque screen...Opaque wall...Opaque glass wall
Cabana bath.Dan Nelson, Designs Northwest Architects
family’s quarters. Opaque glass provides privacy while letting light from the main room flow through.
lead to the family’s quarters. Opaque glass provides privacy while letting light from the main room flow through.
opaque glass offers light and privacy. Great use of space under stairs for linens.
guest bath under stairs - opaque glass.
Opaque glass for privacy while letting light through.
opaque windows in bath for light
tucked under the metal stairs that lead to the family’s quarters. Opaque glass provides privacy while letting light from the main room flow through.
A guest bathroom is tucked under the METAL STAIRS that lead to the family’s quarters. Opaque glass provides privacy while letting light from the main room
Mid-North ResidenceVinci | Hamp Architects
Opaque side glass, door & awning
Opaque sidelights and clear window over door are excellent ideas.
transome above door that lets in light, while sidelights are opaque!
The wood door and opaque sidelight don't reveal what lies behind the door, but the transom helps bring light into the entry space. Upon opening the door, one is confronted with the courtyard, the heart of the residence.
Red Hook Town HouseKIMOY Studios
Windows - opaque for privacy - great for light
opaque and clear glazingfrom floor to ceiling
mix of clear and opaque and glazed
5. Red Hook Townhouse, Brooklyn, New York, Kimoy StudiosThis floor-to-ceiling glazed wall is subdivided, with opaque glazing at the lower level and clear glass above to show the trees and skies. People passing by on the street cast soft shadows on the glass inside
wall of slightly opaque glass between stairwell and hallway
place to the study. To lighten up both the study and the stairwell, he replaced a wall between them with slightly opaque glass.
opaque wall between study and stairwell and like cabinet drawer knobs
opaque glass instead of a wall
center, he reassigned its former place to the study. To lighten up both the study and the stairwell, he replaced a wall between them with slightly opaque glass.
center, he reassigned the space as a home office. To lighten up both the home office and the staircase, he replaced a wall between them with slightly opaque glass.
what about these doors with opaque front?
Again love the opaque glass doors.
Sam might prefer an opaque door.
Like the opaque window
Sliding opaque doors
closet design - opaque glass
opaque glass doors...Opaque glass
how is the bottom of the window made opaque? can it vary in size?
to use the smart glass as the big window? it is a electronic glass which need to connect to power, when power on, it is clear, when power off, it is opaque, it can protect privacy well and have enough light inside room, we are factory to produce this produce, if you are interest, pls contact me: season
Yes, you can apply an opaque film that is similar to frosted glass, similar to the technique used to tint auto glass. Look under window tinting in your local yellow pages and ask
windows. To do this on existing windows, you can have an opaque film applied in a process that’s similar to tinting auto glass. (For sources search online for “window tinting.”)
This siding. Western Red Cedar, grade A (clear). Cabots Semi Opaque stain in Granite or Snowfield (we'll need to test these).
cedar; cabot semi opaque stain. various sized planks.
Cabot semi opaque stain. Must test on your own boards
cabot semi-opaque stain
opaque stain
Andes,NY vacation homeHomestead Construction
Concept is good but do not like glass,would prefer to use another material or use strongest opaque/frosting finish on glass
Opaque glass for windows on the narrow side of house.
Love this look for storage doors...would use opaque glass....beautiful!
in white w/opaque sliding doors in linen/laundry master bath
Whelan-FunstonJohn Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
in this streamlined kitchen calls to mind a Japanese shoji screen. Light filters in, yet the opaque glass keeps the exterior view from breaking the serene lines of the space.
Kitchen splashbackAn opaque glass brick kitchen window also doubles as a splashback, here. And as the kitchen backs right
opaque glass
KitchenGarret Cord Werner Architects & Interior Designers
Use opaque glass for a completely different look. Few designers and even fewer homeowners have taken the risk is using an opaque glass in their designs. However, it can do something that neither translucent glass nor wood can do — it provides a super durable, high gloss surface. In this black and white
Garden Studiovendrolini
small structure, set on a custom deck, suits his needs and takes full advantage of the California sunshine. Engineered wood floors, Ikea storage and opaque glass treatments give the reinvented greenhouse e a surprisingly homey feel. See more: Studio Solution: A Kit Greenhouse Becomes a Creative Private
small structure, set on a custom deck, suits his needs and takes full advantage of the California sunshine. Engineered wood floors, Ikea storage and opaque glass treatments give the reinvented greenhouse e a surprisingly homey feel. See more: Studio Solution: A Kit Greenhouse Becomes a Creative Private
small structure, set on a custom deck, suits his needs and takes full advantage of the California sunshine. Engineered wood floors, IKEA storage and opaque glass treatments give the reinvented greenhouse a surprisingly homey feel. SEE MORE: Studio Solution: A Kit Greenhouse Becomes a Creative Private Office
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