18,057 art glass lighting Bath Design Photos

19 Reviews
signarture 'annapurna' abstract perspex / plexiglas artwork in coffee
the ideal art medium for hot and steamy environments! This abstract signarture artwork makes a contemporary, minimalist statement in this light, bright,
abstract art...art glass lighting...contemporary art...glass lighting...modern art
“Love the shelf” — manlyconstruction
A Dependable Contractor
CONTRACTOR - Arts & Crafts style bathroom. New construction. Featuring pedestal sink, toilet, custom tile floor, in floor heating, walk-in shower, glass block
block window, oil rubbed bronze light, oil rubbed bronze faucet. Arts & Crafts molding.
“lighitng” — jmecruz
T01 Architecture & Interiors
West Street
art glass lighting
“Dark” — rjk74
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Cobblestone Homes
Ascot Drive.
The Glass bulb pendant lights create an interesting effect in this custom home. Modern. Timeless. Charm.
DeForest Architects
9 Reviews
Courtyard House
The white frost and turquoise window is amazingly private. I have a glass floor-to-ceiling window being placed into my shower with an opaque gas inside
mean the large glass panels, you would have to ask the contractor for the name of the sub. DA
What type of glass is the shower glass and who did you
It is a product called channel glass, made by Pilkington. It is beautiful but expensive.
Channel glass for privacy but in need of natural light.
channel glass for privacy and natural lighting
Channel glass for privacy with the benefits of natural light
channel glass for window - light plus privacy
privacy with the benefits of natural lightWork areas, studies and studios, where glare-free natural light is importantArt display and gallery areas: UV coatings
“Side window cover” — tpsyllos
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
Hi the lights are by Bocci in Canada. I don't sell them, so pricing would probably be based on where you are. ...
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.
The tile is Bisazza Glass Mosaic
“Lights in front of mirror” — stoan13
Habitat Studio
17 Reviews
the Bauhaus Bathrooms
the right in the photo? Is it framed stained glass? Can it be purchased somewhere?
How to best light Sicis as an accent wall?
Where can I buy these works of art? I'm struggling to find the perfect art for my new house.
to use Sicis on two walls as accents and not sure how best to light them to take advantage of the reflective nature of the tile? The walls will each be 9'
get this art, but it I have to admit that it is amazing and looks great in that space.
Hi there, The framed stained glass is from Flux Glass. (...)
can use directional pot lights in the ceiling which you can adjust to light up the tile as you wish, or hanging pendant lights as we did here if it's in
Hi there...sorry for the late response! The framed stained glass is from Flux Glass. (...). The tile on the wall is from Riverycity Tile - Sicis Glimmer
“Yum” — Shields McEwen
French Interior Design Studio
4 Reviews
Art Deco
I really like the sconce light on the wall. Where can I find it?
white I think . I grew up in a fantastic art deco house so, my finishing touches to this tiny bathroom will be an art deco mirror and some terrific door handles
The mirror, tiles and wall light are great examples of art deco. Luxurious, geometric
Pattern in shower. Also the light fixture is the iconic art deco shape
1920s. Mirrors and black lacquered finishes. Glass and highly polished metals
ornamentation. Try high-gloss walls, stained-glass windows and chrome tapware, plus luxurious reproduction mirrors.
Art Deco never gets old. Period. The shapes
Zigzags and sharp angles dominated the style in the 1920s. Mirrors and black lacquered finishes were popular too, as well as glass and
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“Art Deco bathroom tiles” — Jenny Drew
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