41 glass in doors Midcentury Staircase Design Photos

yamamar design
Berkeley Hills House
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Clad wall. Glass balustrade. White walls and glass doors. Black stairs
stairs and glass upper...Open stairs and glass wall...Glass Railing...The glass looks nice...glass lined staircase
“Molding and sharp corners.” — kevcole11
Arnold Ziffel
Architect - Jack Viks
Ideabooks341
Questions0
Glass cupboard as divide but don't separate
Glass doors on cabinet...Glass cabinet over peninsula...Upper cabinet, glass, open...bar wine glass cabinet...glass cabinet
“Wood, stair, chairs, brick, general style” — House Number Lab
John Maniscalco Architecture
2 Reviews
Sugar Bowl Residence
Ideabooks17,190
Questions6
bookcase and add Wooden wall from ceiling of stair case down to first floor door.
light, n glass door...glass walls
“upstairs open mezzanine with cool lights - just what I want” — cabraddz
Loudoun County Custom Builder - Best of Houzz 2014
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BiLDEN
8 Reviews
Brooktree / Los Angeles Mid-Century Modern
Ideabooks430
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A partially frosted glass ‘lantern’ containing the stair adds light and view while retaining privacy. / photo: Dave Koga and Andrew Goeser
I live in the San Francisco Area. Is there a showroom I can go to see the options for frosted glass?
most any good glass shop can help you with this. this glass is laminated and has a translucent 'interlayer' to the 5 foot level then clear above.
Stairs going down to family room and bar. Glass windows can be from floor-to-ceiling.
upstairs and downstairs feel more connected," says the designer. The frosted glass goes to a height of 5 feet so the homeowners don't feel exposed to the street
upstairs and downstairs feel more connected," says the designer. The frosted glass goes to a height of 5 feet so the homeowners don't feel exposed to the street
Frosted glass upto 5 ft for privacy
“Stairwell” — vl properties
Lisa Hallett Taylor
Stairway to Second-Level Main House
Ideabooks855
Questions0
start 2 feet left of the cupboard door and bend at the wall, to finish the ascent before reaching the entrance door to the room. Or, Phyllis had the idea
idea of relocating the cupboard door from the little white room to the blue room. The cupboard would then go with the blue room, which would have a cupboard
second level, built against an embankment. When you enter the house, the door to the right opens to the garage, and to the left is a large studio that
“Garage” — belafrank
Lane Williams Architects
18 Reviews
Washington Park
Ideabooks494
Questions0
stair, just beyond the left side of the photo is a large (8ft wide) pocekting door that can be moved to obscure the work area from view. From the street
“Railing” — michaelwylie
Ryan Rhodes Designs, Inc.
1 Review
Mercer Island - Midcentury Modern
Ideabooks1,182
Questions2
Like these stairs. With glass railing side. Gives the floating look.
“Open stair” — lynnreneevans
STUDIOrobert jamieson
Upper Main Line Residence
Ideabooks258
Questions1
are. The house sits on a hillside; the front door is on the second floor. The staircase is made of glass and steel. Wallpaper in an abstract tie-dye pattern
The staircase is made of glass and steel
are. The house sits on a hillside; the front door is on the second floor. The staircase is made of glass and steel. Wallpaper in an abstract tie-dye pattern
“Black and glass rail.” — schokoladenosterhase
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