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371,049 thick glass Home Design Photos
Melissa Blackwood, LLC
Victorian inspired home features a round turret designed to provide a play area and study space for the homeowners' two young children. Featuring leaded-glass windows and a soaring ceiling, this light-filled space offers panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. Photo courtesy of Primrose Homes, Inc
The species is called Asian Walnut and the finish is "Roasted Walnut". It's 3/4" thick hardwood by 4 1/4" wide planks. I'm sorry to say, I checked with our supplier for this project, ProSource, and unfortunately, it's been discontinued.
Stain glass look in upstairs bathroom window
Loudon County Interior Designer
We create amazing residential and commercial interiors unique to the clientele that we represent. This means that each project is tailored to fit you and your family’s lifestyle.
Chelsea Atelier Architect, PC
Lew Loft II
Do not like how thick the accent is
clear glass narrow door
clear glass shower door
Dani Ridge House
In love with the bare brick walls with thick concrete fillers plus the naked wooden poles and ceiling. This is perfectly complemented by the seamless glass windows and single level marble floors.
glass coffee table...glass doors
Robert Nebolon Architects
sliding glass doors
suspended glass rack
Glass Rack...shelving thickness
Barker O'Donoghue Master Builders
floor color; flat wood cabinets in another grain; thick white island/counter material
frosted glass cabinets
glass patio door...glass railing
Lapis Design Partners
Love the thick roof with pockets
Check out how the balcony for make a roof over the bottom outdoor space, double purpose, I like that and you could put glass railing around the 3rd
glass railing...sliding glass door
LEICHT New York / LEICHT Westchester
Is it a painted glass wall behind the sink? Thanks.
white cantilever shelves on glass backsplash
Thick high top
model of sustainability. We have created a house that will essentially last forever, instead of having to be rebuilt every 50 to 75 years. The 18” thick PISE walls and concrete floors also provide thermal mass, an integral part of the passive solar design of the house. These features help keep the house
convection current, thereby eliminating the need for an air conditioning system. 8. Passive Solar Design Use of extensive east and south facing glass, proper overhangs, high interior mass, deciduous grape vines on appropriately placed trellises, to passively heat the home in winter, and protect the
Reclaimed Materials Two antique reclaimed European stone fireplace mantles grace the family room and master bedroom fireplaces. Interior doors with glass knobs reclaimed from the original house located at the property. Two large terraces utilize used brick salvaged from at least 15 different locations