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Kettle River Timberworks Ltd.
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What did you use for the banisters or balcony fencing? IS this real glass? What are you using to connect each? Does it stay relatively clean and clear over time? Thank you.
I cannot speak for this home- but I have similar glass on my deck and unfortunately the birds do fly into it. I did not know this until it was to late and it breaks my heart every time. It is mostly in the
the glass railings are a must!
simple, streamlined glass system, maybe cheap
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Best of Houzz 2014
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white rock stepping stones... Green plants, glass, Zen Rocks in metal bowl.
Use of glass and killer view
Use of glass...Glass around decks...Pool. Glass room....Glass lanai...Glass handrail...glass railings
Walnut Travertine Pavers
Wood with black metal and glass entrance
FLOORS, OUTDOOR/INDOOR FEEL, STONE FIREPLACE, WOOD BORDERING GLASS DOORS
Glass wall...stone facade
Gary Keith Jackson Design Inc
Harbor Breeze Lake Home
the front facade / covered terrace is excellent. notice the arches on the facade/balcony structure.
Bruce Glass Photography
Glass walls...glass walls
timber facade...glass railing...glass wall at pool...Glass fence!
Lake Flato Architects
Spa feeling. Relaxing. Love the large glass windows, seating, fire elemenr
metal, wood, glass, concrete... I like how that door opens
The glass look
precast pool with glass and timber, parapet with steel
Materials: Dark grey siding, wood deck, glass
Maienza-Wilson Interior Design + Architecture
glass doors on tracks for back room expansion
love the decking...love the pocket glass doors that slide into the wall and that the entire corner opens up!!
into even the most interior spaces. Maienza and Wilson wanted to blur the line between indoors and out. This upstairs cantilevered corner and pocket glass doors add to the open feel.