7,130 cut glass Entry Design Photos

Kitty Powers
Our Lake House
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The setting sun lights up the cut glass in the front entrance doors. The circular wooden frame accents the glass.
“Idea for staircase” — Joanne Smith
Kitty Powers
Our Lake House
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The 8 foot front doors match the adjoining windows. The cut glass windows behind the wooden frame circles greets visitors. Pavers cover the porch
Cutting Edge Glass Creations
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Home Decor
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“Door” — Dana St.Louis
Valerie McCaskill Dickman
Grey & Roach
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Front Door lots of glass panels for light, but cut glass for privacy
in creating curb appeal and makes a great first impression. Translucent glass panes let in the light while providing privacy here, and the clean, modern
3 cut out glass sections in front door...wood and glass with patterned glass...with thick glass on side...translucent glass...Large glass panels
“3 pictures - end of hall Recessed lighting in hall” — slowandsteady
ALTUS Architecture + Design
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Uptown Penthouse
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translated into a series of varying perforations, creating a dynamic pattern cut out of curved stainless steel panels. The result creates a sensory exciting
translucent glass, nestled behind the kitchen. Lines of light within, and suspended from the ceiling extend through the space toward the glass perimeter
translucent glass panel. Natural light reaches the interior spaces of the dressing room and bath over partial height walls and clerestory glass.
suite. The master bedroom space is screened from the entry by a translucent glass wall layered with a perforated veil creating optical dynamics and movement
The perforated panel shown behind the translucent glass is custom fabricated from 3/4" thick MDF.
“Lit Texture.” — concatenations
David Lauer Photography
4 Reviews
Mid-century style entry
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geometric opening into the living room with color accent. Vertical reed glass window. Mid-century modern credenza.
When cutting the partitions out of the walls what would you use to fill in the edges to make them solid
Cut-outs. Consider cutting openings into your walls to look into the next room — open space
reconfigured entry (formerly a closet) that uses a narrow window with a gauzy glass that provides privacy. The geometric windows between the entry and living
Love this. Painted cut outs look good.
“Chest” — angiedmarshall
Riverview Custom Homes
Rural Calgary
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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
Floor.... 12*24" vein cut travertine, polished
Porcelain tile that looks like vein cut travertine.
Vein-cut travertine tile...vein cut travertine...Vein cut travertine!...Vein Cut Travertine Floor...Tile cut travertine flooring...are the sidelights frosted glass?
“molding base” — strongtree
valerie pasquiou interiors + design, inc
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Botkier residence
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of the glass and the rich ornamentation of the original space.
A glass wall encasing a stairwell brings in a reflective quality and is in striking contrast to the brick.
of a highly saturated paint and a single sheet of floor-to-ceiling clear glass appears effortless, understated and 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
objects, and the glazing insertion reflects this.Why this marriage works: Glass allows deeply saturated paint colors to advance and is a classically modern
love love glass side to stairwell
“Good idea to mix modern with classic touches” — dominicneely
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