9,685 cut glass Entry Design Photos

Gary Gladwish Architecture
6 Reviews
Eagle Ridge
Ideabooks2,116
Questions1
The entry to the house looks like just two large panes of glass, but one is a pivot door. The view cuts straight through to the mountains and water. “The ground falls away from the house, and it’s as if you’re
The entry to the house looks like just two large panes of glass, but one is a pivot door. The view cuts straight through to the mountains and water. “The ground falls away from the house, and it’s as if you’re up in the air,” Gladwish
Entry way looks like two large panes of glass but one
The entry to the house looks like just two large panes of glass, but one is a pivot door. The view cuts straight through to the mountains and water. “The ground falls away from the house, and it’s as if you’re up in the air,” Gladwish says. Just inside, an indoor moss rock garden atrium blurs the line
“Front Door- Conversation Piece that Keeps on Talking!” — Amy Laner Anjo Designs
valerie pasquiou interiors + design, inc
1 Review
Botkier residence
Ideabooks6,924
Questions6
Love glass stairwall with old architecture
Glass is modern touch without losing charm
I like the back of the staircase in glass so that it allows more natural light into the basement!!!
design of the glass and the rich ornamentation of the original space.
I like the glass instead of a wall
A glass wall encasing a stairwell brings in a reflective quality and is in striking contrast to the brick.
Glass + PaintThe combination of a highly saturated paint and a single sheet of floor-to-ceiling clear glass appears effortless, understated and forceful
forceful. In small spaces this treatment can be used very effectively. Consider how this hallway would feel if the glass were replaced by a painted wall or if there were a busy combination of guardrail, newell post and balusters.The painted stair element, along with the entry door and trim, are the dominant
“Wall under stairs” — esbyrd
Synthesis Design Inc.
37 Reviews
Farran Residence
Ideabooks2,386
Questions7
The glass console table was the clients originally.
Where can one find the glass console table, please?
Glass and you walk onto a dinning room
I like the glass table. Would put it under a mirror.
Internal glass panel
Glass console...Entry cut out...cut out...glass table
“Front door (but imagine in mahogany stain)” — zeebomockingbird
Meld Design
Experiencial
Ideabooks2,400
Questions2
Wallpaper, tiles, real timber cut into pieces and stained??
division wall with timber cut to pieces as division
I love this relatively simple but very effective backdrop. We have lots of wood on our property that can be cut for this effect. Love it
Wall of cut rough wood round
cut branches/log wall treatment
wood cuts wall...hurricane glass
“Use logs to fill a wall!!” — mlcasal11
kbcdevelopments
7 Reviews
The Wave House
Ideabooks2,063
Questions1
glass instead of walls from garage to stairs
Love the glass enclosed "vestibule" in this home!
glass door and rug makes fancy affordable
look into the garage glass
Cut out pt of garage
Glass Entry at Stairs
glass wall from garage
Glass wall in garage
basement glass idea...Glass door & walls...glass entry...cement glass...Frameless glass...glass door...glass door
“Garage” — Soon Seo Park
Nick Noyes Architecture
4 Reviews
Healdsburg Residence
Ideabooks1,383
Questions1
So we can miss cutting into the second floor window.
attached with metal and glass or partial walls but slanted or flat? Like the mix of traditional, wood/charming with the raw/industrial modern edge and lots of light.
This glassed-in walkway contrasts the solid-walled building. Picture walking from one structure to the next as an experience. You're drawn toward the light in the connector, then to the view, and then your field of view is visually compressed once you enter the adjacent structure.
“window and door contrast” — rebeccafoote
Donald Lococo Architects
8 Reviews
American Farmhouse
Ideabooks8,522
Questions5
someone on site cut each in half. It was much more reasonable a price to do it that way rather than ordering that size and much more interesting than a square tile. Donald
It is a natural clefted slate. Thanks for the question! We bought a 16" X 16" tile and then had someone on site cut each in half
Thanks for the question! We bought a 16" X 16" tile and then had someone on site cut each in half. It was much more reasonable a price to do it that way rather than ordering that size and much more interesting than a square tile. Donald
Floor again--to cut costs, took 16x16 and cut in half on site
It is a natural clefted slate. Thanks for the question! We bought a 16" X 16" tile and then had someone on site cut each in half. It was much more reasonable a price to do it that way rather than ordering that size and much more interesting than a square tile.
“Floor again--to cut costs, took 16x16 and cut in half on site” — Courtney George
Riverview Custom Homes
Rural Calgary
Ideabooks11,468
Questions14
Hi Jennifer. Thank you for the question. This is a vein-cut travertine I sourced from our local supplier. It was quarried in Turkey and does not have a brand name that I am aware of. It comes in a polished finish
Vein-cut travertine tile
Love the vein cut travertine tile floor
The floor Vienna cut travatine
are the sidelights frosted glass?
Vein cut travertine...vein-cut travertine
“Nice with the dark brown wood. Like the Burnham Woods house, there's a dark brown floor.” — lindamiragliotta
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