14,754 glass pane Dining Design Photos

Neuhaus Design Architecture, P.C.
4 Reviews
Dining Room
Hi, Thank you for your question. All of the windows in this room are stained glass. The reflection of one of the outside windows is in the mirror -- no window treatments. Jessica Warren J.P. Warren Interiors
room with glass transom like this
Love the woodwork and stained glass
times, townhouses will use glass paned pocket doors to separate rooms for just this reason.
This is a smart detail for this grandly scaled dining room. The addition of a clear and opaque stained glass transom supports the palette and the size of the room. Stained glass that features pattern and not
“Again, the crown has been painted white.” — Sarah Rueber
Amanda Maier Design LLC
Elegant rustic dining room
window pane at angle over chair?
glass door panes
“split door” — vthokies98
Chris Pardo Design - Elemental Architecture
4 Reviews
Beachaus I
glass pane railing
“chairs” — glevrero
Northern Virginia Interior Designer
Best of Houzz Winner 2013 + 2014
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Allen Construction
10 Reviews
Montecito Shores Remodel Dining Room
Decorative glass and resin by 3form
I love the glass dividers between
pieces of glass or Plexiglas for doors for armoire.
Decorative glass provides motion Vertical or horizontal panels?
Laminated glass. Laminated glass is made of various flat products sandwiched between two sheets of glass; it has a high-end, pressed look. Colored glass works beautifully with this application, too. Mirror can be used as a backing for an opaque, reflective insert in a closest door. You can try playing
playing with frosted glass, Starphire glass or different fabric inlays.
“Decorative glass provides motion Vertical or horizontal panels?” — mlim298
Nicholas Design Collaborative
11 Reviews
Allison's Kitchen - The old switcheroo
New family (to the right) in the old kitchen space and Dining Room with sliding wood and glass doors lead to kitchen beyond. Photography - Eric Hausman
like the wall of framed glass panes
Glass paned wall divide
Sliding wood & glass door
glass lets light into kitchen
Framed glass wall den
sliding glass panel door
glass wall...Glass partition...Glass screen...Etched glass wall...Glass room divider...glass window wall...Glass wall. Ice
“the glass divider is nice and elegant and simple” — Menglin Claire Ang
Nick Noyes Architecture
4 Reviews
Orinda Residence
That wall is made of "Channel Glass" - by Bendhiem. It is U shaped panels that interlock - so there are 2 layers of glass. Best, Nick
The use of glass as a privacy wall against the stairs
Interesting glass. Channel glass is one material that carries over well. It’s an
channel glass is a structural (self-supporting), cast, translucent glass plank named for its C-shape, which in architectural parlance is a channel. Typically used where
channel glass developed in Europe used mostly in commercial buildings for 30 years. Structural, self supporting, cast translucent glass plank named for its c-shape (channel).
other horizontal reinforcement. Most often channel glass is used in a vertical orientation, where the structural planks lend a corduroy or pinstripe look to an exterior facade.Unlike traditional float-glass panes, the shape and depth of channel glass create a pocket in exterior walls, making it ideal
“Channel glass partition” — geeta_d
Kimberley Bryan
6 Reviews
My Houzz: Busy Family Farmhouse
Industrial-style vintage pendants hang over a farmhouse-style dining table. Repurposed glass-paned doors add texture and height to a corner.
Industrial-style vintage pendants hang over a farmhouse-style dining table. Repurposed glass-paned doors add texture and height to a corner.
“Table” — addition15
CWB Architects
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There is no rule that says you can't display family photographs in the heart of the home. A gallery wall of photographs with glass-paned frames will let you gaze at your loved ones' faces without worrying about heat and grease damaging the photos.
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