9,316 Frosted Glass Entry Design Photos

Ana Williamson Architect
4 Reviews
Ana Williamson Architect
Ideabooks8,680
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the tempered glass - this is super cool
Like mix of thick horizontal & thin vertical glass panels + colour
the color the size of it the opaque glass more suited to warmer climates too much heat loss in Canadian climes
gets attention. The frosted glass panels add another layer of interest to this very different and obviously custom designed door.
Create a true reinterpretation. This modern reinterpretation of the red front door makes an immediate statement. The juxtaposition of frosted glass, bright red frame and
Frosted glass gives this patio more privacy. The partial-height door doesn't cut off light or air flow, and the pivoting mechanism allows for the use of a large
Red goes contemporary in this bold door on a home by architect Ana Williamson. Frosted glass is a great choice for letting in natural light while still retaining privacy.
“Basement” — kj4hair
knowles ps
4 Reviews
Cedar Park Residence 03
Ideabooks4,411
Questions4
What type of frosted glass on door?
Are there different degrees of frosted glass? If so, what is this one?
Frosted glass sidelights. If your entryway could use just a touch of privacy, consider using frosted glass instead of traditional transparent glass. Tip: Frosted glass tends to have more of a contemporary feel, but other glass options offer more of a traditional look
often see seeded glass (glass with tiny air bubbles) in traditional applications.
front door and corridor to glass wall NB
Frosted glass sidelights. If your entryway could use just a touch of privacy, consider using frosted glass instead of traditional transparent glass. Tip: Frosted glass tends to have more of a contemporary feel, but other glass options offer more of a traditional look
“Exterior light fixture” — memrick76
Union Studio, Architecture & Community Design
Warren Residence
Ideabooks5,635
Questions8
One possible way is- Home depot sells a plastic type material in a roll. (they sell one that looks like stain glass, frosted, etc.) I have used the frost glass and applied it to a window for privacy. It isn't hard to do and doesn't look tacky. Take your time and measure correctly but
custom glass lite made for it.
This was actually a custom sand blast / etch from a local glass place
the material on the inside of the door - Remember to cut the number out so it will not be backwards when you apply it. The other way is to call some glass stores they can likely sand blast it on - permanent solution or a printing place that does signs on car windows can also print it for you to apply with
Glass Door with large, mod house numbers.
“etched glass door” — Brady Dorman
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Verge Architecture & Design, LLC
18 Reviews
Kirkland Residence
Ideabooks2,472
Questions8
what kind of glass is in the door?
simpsondoor.com/find-a-door/?view=detail&doorType=&BaseSpecificationID=191#DoorDetail Etched glass option, hardware picked out by owner so I don't have the info. Pick any paint color you'd like....
etched glass - nothing fancy :)
frosted glass front door and garage door
frosted front door (plants are beautiful!)
get the same effect for less with a window film or spray-on glass frosting.
For the door - window film or spray-on glass frosting
glass garage door???? (and front door)
glass entry door and garage door
window film or spray on glass frosting if not frosted glass
One of the simplest ways to achieve all these things is with frosted glass. If you live in a rental or don’t have a lot of money to spend
“Wood siding” — memrick76
Original Vision Limited
Original Vision
Ideabooks395
Questions1
frosted glass, horizontal orientation of panes, proportion of panes
Possible option for sliding doors - or solid door with a thin sliver of glass (vertical) so can see if anyone is inside
frosted glass for lr sliding partition
- frosted glass is a good way to keep a space bright while maintaining privacy.
floor contrast against the frosted glass/steel a lot!!
Frosted glass is a great way to manipulate light. Sometimes direct sunlight isn't the best choice for a room - frosted glass is a good way to keep a space bright while maintaining privacy.
Keeping your privacy while keeping good design is easy with this frosted glass door. This entry is modern, clean
“Door” — bendana5
2fORM Architecture
4 Reviews
Mid-Century Remodel
Ideabooks1,264
Questions4
Front door with frosted glass panels
Love the entryway to this home...great design on the door with the horizontal frosted glass panes and the glass surround!
Using frosted glass for privacy, yet allowing light to enter the hallway, is great way to add character and unique design elements to your
I like the frosted glass for privacy but still allow light & the clear window for visual confirmation on the hind he'd side of the door. I don't like the idea of people walking up and getting a view inside or the opportunity to break glass, reach in & open the door
“door” — treecymark
DWYER DESIGN
golden gate heights
Ideabooks2,197
Questions2
Another option with frosted glass, but out of out range.
Should we frost the glass on our garage doors?
Grey and frosted glass garage door
Frosted glass garage doors
frosted glass and up-lighting
Love the Glass Garage door
frosted window panels
Frosted glass...metal and glass...frosted glass
“Translucent door” — Kevin Pfuhl
Friehauf Architects Inc.
Solana Beach Residence
Ideabooks1,230
Questions3
Simpson makes doors like this, with various glass and panel options
front door - frosted glass and side panels
frosted glass for privacy or the glass that
Frosted glass, lots of natural light
translucent glass doors and windows to let in light with privacy
white out of the glass....that's what we need for ours
“Outside door” — kaykerr1
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