The kitchen at the home of Nick Reed and Joelle Arqueros in Van Nuys, CA as seen on HGTV's House Hunters Renovation. For this remodel, interior designer Doug Widand repainted the walls, resurfaced the cabinets and hardware to keep this historic part of the home. An etched floral pattern in the glass adds visual interest to the space.
Gorgeous pink and orange flower arrangements in silver vases decorate this kitchen table. A set of crystal stemware with a purple-blue etched floral design is woven throughout the setup, while natural light illuminates the space.
Inspired by the famous Orient Express, this large wooden armoire in the kitchen features carved glass panels with blackbirds and grapes etched into its surface. On either side of the design, shelves offer storage for cookbooks and souvenirs collected from various travels.
A stunning Etch pendant light by Tom Dixon sets off the beautifully simple and sleek geometric design of this modern eat-in kitchen. The abundant use of white, from the frosted dining table to the long kitchen island, is interrupted by the use of wenge wood and green accents of the table settings. The island is designed as one long block with two sinks.
Designer Ammie Kim wanted to give this kitchen a modern look by creating a unique backsplash. The glass tiles in the backsplash alternate between glossy and etched, complementing the glossy stainless steel appliances and honey maple cabinets.
This soft but interesting powder room, designed by Jackson Paige Interiors, departs a bit from the home's gray and blue color palette with a pinkish tan wallpaper etched vertically with gray vines. It coordinates beautifully with the gray marble vanity countertop and dark brown wood cabinetry, for yet another nod to coastal living.
Using continuity in finishes and maintaining a simple, sleek and chic design allows the flow in this stunning, contemporary living space to transition seamlessly from the eat-in kitchen to the family room. A stunning Etch pendant light by Tom Dixon sets off the beautifully geometric shapes while an abundant use of white, from the frosted dining table to the long kitchen island, is interrupted by the use of wenge wood and green accents of the table settings. The island is designed as one long block with two sinks.
The designers with Parker Kennedy Living say a mirror with an interesting design can give you more bang for your buck. This one is an aged square mirror with an octagon design, which you can look for at antique markets. If it doesn't have the patina you want, you can antique the mirror. If you find a square mirror with an aged look, you could add thin molding to create an inlay shape or even etch the mirror.
The New York architectural firm Robert A. M. Stern Designs notches up that luxurious feel with Bendheim etched glass enclosures for this walk-in shower. Not only can you feel the texture of this lace-like design on both the inside and outside of the shower panels, you can also get a sense of movement under light. The best part: It's naturally resistant to fingerprints and stains, which makes this product a top choice for this high-traffic space.
In this kitchen from designer Barry Dixon, kitchen cabinets are constructed in limed oak on top and washed with buttermilk tones below. Concrete countertops are a soft mushroom color, and walls are tiled with acid-etched stone that is decorated with country herbs. The book stand, earthenware egg dish and amber glass canister jar are antiques.