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Conant House
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flush mount stained glass ceiling fixture
“Himalayan Trek Paint Color” — brookeingram
Habitat Studio
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Belgravia Timber
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...can you provide some info on those door on the left? I'm assuming these are custom-made; if so, can you tell me about the glass used?
http://www.fluxglass.ca/glass-art-residential/ A local company in Edmonton, AB, Canada that we love collaborating with is Flux Glass. (See link to projects above.)
good one. modify glass to make squares
front door with upper glass and side panel
Interior leaded glass doors for behind the dining area
“Replace French doors” — Kim Althen
Ekman Design Studio
Montclair Victorian
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Stained glass on either side of fireplace
Very cool use of stained glass
built in bookshelves in office (add glass doors later)
stained glass either side of fireplace
stained glass for windows facing neighbors!
stained glass windows, stair railing, mirror above fireplace
stained glass window stair
stained glass windows
Stained glass; stairway
original trim and stained glass
Stained glass book shelves
Love the stained glass! Beautiful
stained glass window
stains glass...stain glass...stained glass...the stained glass
“Love this entry way” — jclyburn3
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Mercer House
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love the glass round the door
see the glass seperator & fixed glass window
which gave us the opportunity to visit these Gilded Age summer homes," Todd says. "We wanted to bring a bit of this Northeast Harbor Maine flavor to Mount Vernon, Virginia. "This was also the time we were redesigning the interiors at the British Embassy Residence in Washington DC, and we were very much
“Grills” — Kelly Petrosino
Siemasko + Verbridge
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Spindrift
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What is mounted to the hand rails of your staircase?
What size are the glass finials on the newels at the end of the staircase?
What size are the glass finials on the newels at the
would like to find glass finials for my new staircase. Thanks!
Where can you purchase the glass balls you show
Thanks for your question. The finial was made by a local glass designer.
Thanks for your question. Those would be glass globes.
“Crystal Finial” — susiefandos
Eskuche Design
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Hampton's in the Country
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Must have a small section immediately after the main door that is built like hollow on both sides. On the right side as you enter, put a nice table with decorations on top and a square mirror mounted on the wall above the table. On the
Glass panel in foyer - plain, not decorative
Found what I've been trying to describe...love this, though our window panel will be plain glass
I love the bench, the tile, and the glass over the doorway.
“Floor transition” — shanamuse
Kristi Spouse Interiors
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The Gambrel Roof Home
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Peninsula Locking Wall Mount Mailbox Satin Nickel with
Can you please tell me the type of glass used in this door?
This is Simpson Door Company's #3 Seedy Baroque Glass http://www.simpsondoor.com/door-products/glass-options/
this glass is called "seedy"- our place has it too.
simpson door #3 Seedy baroque Glass - Ralph Lauren Barn red
Front door's seeded glass. Wall under stairs.
Similar to proposed entry door. With no mullions in the glass portion and possibly the lower panel being taller.
“Ralph Lauren Barn Red” — Jessica
Douglas Design Studio
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Toronto Cabbagetown Home
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How do I recreate glass entry?
How do I recreate the glass entry? My front door currently opens directly into the living room and this would be the perfect fix for the awkward entry. Would this have to be a custom
Douglas Design StudioSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Build an entry, Take 1. Is walling in and sectioning off your front door too over-the-top? Not if you do it with the grace and beauty of this glass and wood enclosure
Exactly what I need....enclosed glass entry to separate entrance from kitchen.
A classy glass enclosed entry to keep out winter drafts
1. Add a vestibule. If your front door opens directly into your living space, consider building a small vestibule. A petite glassed-in version, like the one shown here, won’t take up too much space and will still allow light to pass through. A vestibule will protect the interior from wind blowing in
“Older home redesign” — mpmaguire
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