3 sage green subway glass tile Hall Design Photos

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Green Lake
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Are these stone floors or tile? Can you tell me the name?
Use seeded or frosted doors for bedroom glass doors!
White, beige, sage could look good with my moody blue
Barn door style with frosted glass for master bath
glass doors into room (for our laundry) wainscoting
These seeded glass doors let the natural light from the laundry room into the hallway and are also an interesting architectural element. Around the corner
“Desk” — jmost09
Feinmann, Inc.
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Asian Inspiration
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as a typical exterior wall, and therefore is considered to be a great “green” building material. It is also quite versatile, and we were able to customize
reference photos. It would be nice to get the grid in a smaller format- more subway tile size. Any ideas where I can find an application like this?
well as a back splash, unfortunately. However, you could use sandblasted glass blocks and then light it from below, above, or behind somehow (that would
Hi Abbie. Thanks for your inquiry. No, the walls are not made of smoked glass and yes, light still comes through. The material used is called Kalwall.
ones, espresso browns instead of black, pale and midtone woods, and subdued greens and grays. East meets West: If you long for a bold stroke of color in
Are the walls made of smoked glass?
“floors and window treatment; wall hanging of Japanese clothing” — marilyn305
Envision Web
Custom Waterfall Home Near Lake Burton
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kitchen sprayer. The sink area is surrounded by white subway tile while slate and green glass mini tile accents bring the outdoor colors inside. The doggy
assurance and provide an additional measure of safety. The earthy color tiles, glass tile accents and hand blown light fixtures continue the lodge theme in this
topped off with a large piece of stained glass from an English pub. The mood lighting behind the stained glass and the antique library ladder really highlights
stained glass lights and wrought iron accents remind me of a past era while the vessel sink, modern fixtures, and floor to ceiling travertine and glass tile
“Shelves trimmed by barn wood” — heidictr
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