3,753 art glass Contemporary Staircase Design Photos

Phil Kean Designs
2012 New American Home
Ideabooks11,782
Questions7
amazing glass stair love flat rock lookin step
underlight for glass art in built-in
recessed glass sculptures, material used for stairs
Love the lights under the glass vases
multicolored glass vases
Color glass vase wall designs
under the glass vases?
art display, glass rail, flooring
in the glass staircase
glass bannister attached to stairwell
Paul's art glass collection
Lit glass vases that
under the glass vases?
art display...glass railing...glass lit ornaments...Glass display...Art work...Art glass display...glass railing
“wall decoration” — svpatel
Douglas Design Studio
7 Reviews
Staircase
Ideabooks5,972
Questions7
installing a glass staircase. Who is the supplier ?
Minimalist, splashes of color using art
Love them glassed stair.,
The glass for the stairs
Glass stairwell railing
art on wall...Stair glass...Wall art...Glass balustrade...Art, staircase...glass stairs...glass panel railing
“staircase” — kangfam
Douglas Design Studio
7 Reviews
Staircase
Ideabooks882
Questions1
e the art work, specifically the large red painting, who is the art
Stainless and glass looks nice with the stairs and art.
Art in stair...glass panel railing
“Artwork” — justjudds
Virginia Staircase Designer and Manufacturer
Southern Staircase is the industry leading designer, manufacturer and installer of high quality custom staircases and handrail solutions.
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Tate Studio Architects
3 Reviews
Sefcovic Residence
Ideabooks4,779
Questions6
Meltdown Glass treads: Photography by Mark A. Tate Desert Mountain, Scottsdale, AZ 2011 Gold Nugget Award of Merit (Custom Home 4,500 - 6,500 sf)
tempered glass, and have metal supports.
this blue glass set of floating stairs.
local glass artists at Meltdown Glass came in. "We had a tight budget on the stairwell, but we spent the money where we needed to, on the glass risers," says Tate. Each tread was handcrafted by a glass artist and kiln fired. An engineer was brought in to make sure the stairs were structurally sound,
The glass doesn't have to be clear. In fact, the treads will be treated to provide a nonslip walking surface. By manipulating the color or surface treatment, the stairs can be quite lively and fun.
“Do the recesses on one wall to create shelves for books etc” — johnb20
Image Design LLC
23 Reviews
Two Lakes Project
Ideabooks26
Questions0
Wright Art Glass
Style Art Glass...Art glass...stained glass
“prozor u ordinaciji” — stanovo
Lake Road Interior Design
Parnell house
Ideabooks2,241
Questions2
, the glass panel came from Euroglass in Auckland. I'm not sure where you are based, but your local glazing company will be able to make something up for you like this. They are custom made to fit your space. Regards
the glass panel is a solution we have been looking for, where was that purchased
* like the wall art in cut-out with light
“Door” — suzyivas
Spacecrafting / Architectural Photography
9 Reviews
Minneapolis Remodel
Ideabooks2,231
Questions2
love the art in the stairway
where did you get the art in stairway
i love the glass around the stairs.
Like the glass from floor to bottom
Glass wall below and above stairs
glass wall around staircase to block sound?
The art piece on the wall of the mannequin dressed in paper.
Glass stairs to basement
wood handrail w/glass
dark wood railing, glass panels
amazing glass and minimal
interesting idea with the glass
Glass stair protection
Floor to ceiling glass
Open glass staircase
Use of glass at stairway
Glass walls on the stairs
Like but no glass...Glass wall...Glass - awesome...glass wall 6...Glass stairs...Art in stairway...glass stair wall...Glass pane...Stair glass...glass panel railing
“Stairs and floor” — lindagitt
Contemporary Staircase
Ideabooks2,348
Questions2
Like glass as the room remains spacious and open. Don't like glass wall on this one. Is impossible to have from stairs going up.
Floating thick glass stairs tinted green by the iron oxide
all glass floating staircase angle two
clear glass for your stair, know that clear glass typically has a green tint — the result of the iron oxide in the glass. We don't normally see this green tint, because typical sheets of glass (say, for windows) are thin. It's only when the glass sheets get thicker, as for a stair tread, that the tint
“Hbbg” — Javier Ponce
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