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Mahoney Architects & Interiors
18 Reviews
"green" remodel
Ideabooks626
Questions2
Looking for a Bay Area fabricator for a curved glass stair rail. Thanks.
This is a one of a kind stair railing. It was templated by the builder and the curved glass panels were fabricated in Pennsylvania.
like the clean lines and glass
glass stair railing and exterior setup
example of glass panels with wood top rail. Don't really
glass staircase side and stunning handrail
“failing openness” — greatgoals
Habitat Studio
14 Reviews
Stairs
Ideabooks2,383
Questions4
Is the glass part of the hand-rail system? Who is the maker?
Hi there, Andy is right...these are all custom stairs. all of the metal and glass work on these particular stairs were manufactured by Stainless Dreams. http://www.houzz.com/pro/stainlessdreams/stainlessdreams-ltd
very nice like the glass and chrome rail
Glass and chrome but chrome design is borin
This, but no glass. Black metal work with wood on top
Glass side panels and railing on stairs as well as going across the top floor
Modern floating stairs with glass and hardwood
“Corrimão” — kisinha
HighCraft Builders
10 Reviews
St. Petes
Ideabooks2,488
Questions3
together by a local glass company. It is a fairly basic design that consists of a frosted glass panel with a mirror mounted on each side. The hardware is from a company called Griplock Systems http://www.griplocksystems.com/lighting/products.cfm. I would suggest finding a custom glass company in your area
Hi greensc96 - great question! It's a fairly basic design that consists of a frosted glass panel with a mirror mounted on each side. The hardware is from a company called Griplock Systems http://www.griplocksystems.com/lighting/products.cfm. I hope
Pebble wall Glass sinks
I kinda like the glass vanity top. Also, though I wouldn't do it in our space, the stone wall.
Love how this mirror is suspended from air, acting as a room divider! Glass topped vanities are
“ACCENT WALL” — MARINELLO DESIGN
d'apostrophe design, inc.
Stair
Ideabooks1,288
Questions1
How deep is the glass to be safe?
Is there something inside the floor to support the glass?
cool solid wood treads and glass
open glass railing on staircase brings outside
hardwood to steel step up w glass side cool
nice glass with metal rail
Glass and steel stairs
Gray, glass, stainless, white wall
Glass panel and railings
Glass staircase...Glass banister...glass mounting...Clean glass railing...Glass railing...glass railing
“Escalera” — Cintya Camara
Winder Gibson Architects
Urban Infill House Staircase
Ideabooks1,677
Questions3
Really like the glass banisters. Looking to do something similar. How much would that cost?
Glass with steel bar. But, I'd like glass to be frosted or tinted
clear glass railings -- very modern!
use glass railings to make space larger
Glass railing for 2nd floor landing
ceiling and glass stairwell leave all focus on the painting.
“This picture with the dots” — tommylewis
Barton Woodworks
Painted kitchen
Ideabooks9,192
Questions13
cabinets, x molding on glass doors
Unites color and the glass design
cabinet color and glass cabinets
glass front cabinets
Cabinet glass...Glass cabinets...glass in cabinet...Glass cupboards...Glass cabinet...Glass panel doors....glass panes
“Mantel” — agaiman
AB & K Bath and Kitchen
Bathroom Projects
Ideabooks1,943
Questions8
drop in tub with glass sliding door
bath tub in tile with glass door
sliding glass door, carol
Shower glass enclosure
*Track for sliding glass door
glass door...Sliding glass door...shower glass...glass shower doors
“Shower door” — Dick Armstrong
Contemporary Kitchen
Ideabooks2,048
Questions4
and ditch the rest. Keep only the best knives, your favorite set of glasses, the most adorable teakettle, the most frequently used kitchen tools and so on. Be ruthless about purging clutter. And it wouldn’t hurt to choose clear glass and acrylic for the items you keep on display — transparent items make
and ditch the rest. Keep only the best knives, your favorite set of glasses, the most adorable teakettle, the most frequently used kitchen tools and so on. Be ruthless about purging clutter. And it wouldn’t hurt to choose clear glass and acrylic for the items you keep on display — transparent items make
and ditch the rest. Keep only the best knives, your favourite set of glasses, the most adorable teapot, the most frequently used kitchen tools and so on. Be ruthless about purging clutter. And it wouldn’t hurt to choose clear glass and acrylic for the items you keep on display – transparent items make
“doorway” — bcarten
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