Stain Glass Window
Original to the home was a beautiful stained glass window. The homeowner’s wanted to reuse it and since the laundry room had no exterior window, it was perfect. Natural light from the skylight above the back stairway filters through it and illuminates the laundry room. What was an otherwise mundane space now showcases a beautiful art piece. The room also features one of Cambria’s newest counter top colors, Parys. The rich blue and gray tones are seen again in the blue wall paint and the stainless steel sink and faucet finish. Twin Cities Closet Company provided for this small space making the most of every square inch.
This would be the bare minimum version if there is no room - piyush_agarwal81
Originally designed by J. Merrill Brown in 1887, this Queen Anne style home sits proudly in Cambridge's Avon Hill Historic District. Past was blended with present in the restoration of this property to its original 19th century elegance. The design satisfied historical requirements with its attention to authentic detailsand materials; it also satisfied the wishes of the family who has been connected to the house through several generations.
Photo Credit: Peter Vanderwarker
In Bath Option A I don't think that there is enough room for a freestanding tub. Instead I would suggest a built-in combo. Maybe something like this. - stephaniefoxarchitect
Inspiration for a mid-sized contemporary u-shaped laminate floor and brown floor eat-in kitchen remodel in Other with an undermount sink, raised-panel cabinets, white cabinets, granite countertops, multicolored backsplash, matchstick tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances and a peninsula
Warm earth tones and high-end granite are key to these bathroom designs of ours. For added detail and personalization we integrated custom mirrors and a stained glass window.
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Danita likes the idea of the vanity in the corner - dlmagsam
One of the real joys of this project was the restoration and refurbishment of the original staircase after many decades of subdivision.
This leads from the double-height entrance hall (with new mosaic flooring to match the original) to the top of the house, past a beautiful new stained glass window by Aldo Diana.
Photography: Bruce Hemming
Rise and run to 2nd floor questions on ease - cindyaiello65
Inspiration for a contemporary drop-in bathtub remodel in New York with a wall-mount sink and white walls
Light over tub, shower head? - kathryn_snelson
Our client asked us to design a new window for his bedroom. The background glass obscures the view while letting in natural light. The glass grapes add a pop of color and interest. New work by Morava Glass Studio
somehow dark despite the cheerful background - savingskt
Trendy alcove shower photo in New York with an integrated sink and a two-piece toilet
floor tiles luxor grey ann sacks - jenpmorrill
This Gambrel style residence has been completely upgraded to satisfy todays’ standards while restoring and reinforcing the original 1885 design. It began as a Summer Cottage accessible by train from Boston, and is now a year round residence. The essence of the structure was maintained, while enhancing every detail. The breadth of craftsmanship is evident throughout the home resulting in a comfortable and embellished aesthetic.
Photo Credit: Brian Vanden Brink
La couleur blanche des murs qui se marie bien avec le bois. Je trouve que c est chaleureux. - webuser_920846047
Photo Credit: Brian Vanden Brink
Ornate medium tone wood floor hallway photo in Boston with white walls
Bannister runs straight into wall. No 1/2 newel. - tjmiller
Walls are Benjamin Moore 'Whirlpool' 1436 in a Flat Finish.
Bedroom - mid-sized beach style bedroom idea in New York with white walls
large framed mirror, marble counter, stained glass, tile bathtub surround, tile floor, tile pattern, traditional vanity, window, wood vanity,
Inspiration for a victorian bathroom remodel in Other with marble countertops
Do in clear for kitchen cabinet ? - tammyleblue
Ornate kitchen photo in Other with an integrated sink
We have a stained glass window from house Greg grew up in that could be cool to integrate, or I have a farmhouse antique window that could be integrated. - sslthorpe
Asian-inspired master bath treated with calming neutral colors. Bamboo cabinetry and tub add warmth to the color palette.
Example of a zen mosaic tile bathroom design in Seattle
Dark counter tops with dark cabinet hardware - stacygerv
Cream walls, trim and ceiling are featured alongside white subway tile with cream tile accents. A Venetian mirror hangs above a white porcelain pedestal sink and alongside a complementary toilet. A brushed nickel faucet and accessories contrast with the Calcutta gold floor tile, tub deck and shower shelves.
A leaded glass window, vintage milk glass ceiling light and frosted glass and brushed nickel wall light continue the crisp, clean feeling of this bright bathroom. The vintage 1920s flavor of this room reflects the original look of its elegant, sophisticated home.
Its not weird to put half ceramics - webuser_631371837
Photography by Eric Roth
Inspiration for a victorian formal and open concept medium tone wood floor living room remodel in Boston with gray walls, a standard fireplace and no tv
This stained glass is really pretty. would look great in the family room above the windows. - nangudelski
There is no shortage of color in this unfitted farmhouse kitchen.
An interesting material palette including exposed dovetail joinery, marble subway tile and antique German stain glass add to the vertical visual interest throughout.
Vermont marble, soapstone and touches of figured tiger maple comprise the countertop materials.
Photography: Yelena Strokin http://www.houzz.com/pro/yelena-strokin/melangery
love the stained glass installed - jocelyn_mainard
This homeowner renovated semi-detached home in Toronto is one of those rare spaces I recently photographed for a realtor friend. From what the homeowner has told me, the stained glass and light fixtures were with the house… in the attic… when they purchased it. Over a period of years they removed plaster, revealing the brick behind it, closed in the wall between the dining room and the living room (which had been opened by a previous owner) using the stained glass panels. The interesting thing was that the stained glass panels were all slightly different sizes, so their treatment in mounting them had to be especially careful.
They also paid particular attention to maintaining the heritage look of the space while upgrading utilities and adding their own more modern touches. The eclectic blend just adds to the charm of the home. Not afraid of bright colour, the daughter’s room is a shocking shade of orange, but somehow, it works!
Unfortunately, being the photographer, I have little information on sourcing aside from knowing that the kitchen is from Ikea. That said, I think this is a space that holds inspiration beyond the imagination!
Leaded glass, exposed brick - lisa_a_feng
Example of a mid-sized classic backyard tile patio design in DC Metro with a fire pit and no cover
This stained glass window was not original to the space. It was removed from a different house just before it was going to be torn down and installed in this house. It does a perfect job of letting light in with privacy.
Photographer: John Wilbanks
Interior Designer: Kathryn Tegreene Interior Design
Trim for front hall, stair case - mrthesource
Abe Lincoln by Houben R.T.
Photography by Eric Roth
Living room - large transitional formal and open concept medium tone wood floor living room idea in Boston with gray walls, a standard fireplace and no tv
Stained glass panel over window - omalleyfinn