6,733 slumped glass Entry Design Photos

Dan Nelson, Designs Northwest Architects
12 Reviews
Roadside view of entry gate.
by Roger Hill, Landscape Architect. The gate is constructed of green slumped glass panels set in a galvanized steel frame.
of Designs Northwest, these are green slumped glass panels inside a galvanized frame.
beautiful galv. steel and glass door/gate
glass and galvanized steel...combination of glass and steel...beautiful glass panels in gate...galvanized and glass gate
“combination of glass and steel” — joefab358
Pathfinder Group Designs Inc.
3 Reviews
Oceanfront Penthouse
Entry door commercial with slump glass
Glass Doors...Glass door
“Entry lighting” — joyjoy0614
North Fork Design Co.
8 Reviews
Rockport Residence- Foyer
a unique "slump glass" creation by a local glass artist. The cabinet maker designed it to include lighting to enhance the depth of the glass.
“Top” — vicsbanks
Loudon County's Premier Windows
Windows on Washington is a local, family owned company focused on improving the energy efficiency, comfort and appearance of our clients' homes.
Nexdor Systems
frosted glass...glass slider...slumped glass
Daniel Moran Architect
Kalihiwai B
Glass slumped
“Glass slumped” — French Building Services
Adeeni Design Group
12 Reviews
Union Square West
complementary fascia, paneling or garage door color to my terracotta colored slump block home? I love Mediterranean theme style homes. Any gold tone or other
“Sw viva gold” — castillo2961
Kim Pearson Pty Ltd
Swan River Home
The stain glass windows and pops of color
a small space. Stained glass looks like jewelry.
stained glass...Entry and stained glass...Stained glass ideas...Stain glass...Stained Glass Windows...entranceway stained glass...Love the stain glass...I like the stained glass...Front door glass...Stain glass doors!!!...Stained Glass...stained glass transom window
“Door!” — mspinag
valerie pasquiou interiors + design, inc
1 Review
Botkier residence
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
“Traditional w modern touch/ stairs” — sgdraft
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