378,415 tonelli glass Home Design Photos

Beccy Smart Photography
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Lush garden
Huge glass doors, leading out to the garden!
expensive, but what if we turned the kitchen table walls into glass walls to bring in much needed light and put our outdoor living space on display? We could use draperies for privacy when desired.
Ahern also knocked out the back walls and replaced them with glass doors that lead into the backyard garden. At one point, Ahern and her husband thought they would have to transport the glass doors over the roof by helicopter because getting them through the terrace house was so difficult.
“Garden ideas” — rowsojr
Loudoun Area Custom Estate Builder & High End Renovations
Fredericksburg Custom Homes Ltd. is a design-build company serving Virginia since 1994. FCH specializes in luxury custom homes built on owner’s lots and high end remodeling.
JKRC- Jason Klinge Residential Contracting
Dune Road, Quogue
good idea to use a sheer curtain to keep dust at bay -- also like the idea of a glass top island for jewelry (though, may not be as safe)
Drapery in front of closet items, light, glass top island
Love the glass top door over jewelry case
Replacing glass doors with curtains. Cost effective and beautiful.
like the curtains - good option instead of doors - perhaps alternate white with a sea glass color and then match boxes and accessories to that color
“Curtains” — dl9102simmons
Suna Interior Design
Arlington House
Love this glass table can you tell me where it's from?
Dining Room Round Table Glass Top
Black dining chairs with grey and clear glass tones.
black velvet chair and glass table
flowers. For a classy and sophisticated effect, keep it simple, sticking to one type of flower, like the hydrangeas here. Arrange them generously in a glass vase as a striking table decoration.
“Have always loved those dining chairs” — cherrytop
Weil Friedman Architects
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East End Avenue Apartment
Open shower glass door- walled glass shower- basement?
Light palette. Glass shower doors. Storage under sink.
Glass shower partition and embedded nook for shampoo
open. white. glass doors. wood vanity, cubby, and mirror.
glassed in tub/shower, floating vanity
Rimless shower glass
glass panel
“Vanity next to shower” — eslees07
Urban Jungle Construction
Samuel Gray Gardens extension
Good use of glass for extra sun
Very simple,clean lines. Roof proportionate in glass and brick. Like the recessed ceiling lights.
Small extension with glass roof
Sliding/folding glass wall
Glass doors...glass extensions...glass patio doors
“Orangery” — Harrison Varma
Elite Metalcraft Co. Ltd
Russel Close
private client. Polished curved marble treads on semi curved stairs. Special curved toughened glass balustrade topped with polished stainless steel handrail, finished with fibrous plaster soffit. The mixture of glass, marble and stainless steel reflect of each other to give a pleasant bright outlook to the
Interesting with steel pattern & glass
“Doors” — mandiew8
Martha O'Hara Interiors
88 Reviews
Sunnyside Road Residence Kitchen
Where are the glass jars from?
Cheerful and bright paint and glass design
Open some of the cabinets with glass
glass cabinet with panes and backsplash
Also consider ... There's no hiding anything behind this type of glass. You'll need to make sure that whatever it frames is neat and well arranged, unless you're comfortable with guests getting a peek at your crumpled bags of potato chips and collection of cartoon mouse mugs. Plus, it shows smudges and
“Wet bar” — kkgregory12
Clarendon Road
use? How did you mount them to the sides? And at what height internally did you mount the front and back ones? The internal size of each of my 4 glass units is approximately 75mmW x 37mmH x 32mmD. The side panels seem fairly thin, so am concerned about drilling into them without adding wood to the
Great shoe storage idea...I have an old glass-front bookcase that would be perfect!
Make a feature of your best piecesOld glass shop cabinets can be real display gems. If you’re a shoe lover and have a prized collection of favourite heels, don’t hide them away – a freestanding
“SHOE STORAGE” — gemlsx
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