A gorgeous frosted window with geometric metal detailing steals the show in this neutral bathroom. Glass-blown pendant lights and textured walls resembling sand serve as a subtle nod to the home's beachfront location.
This minimalist dining room features ghost dining chairs arranged around an ivory dining table with a wood accent panel. Black and white table settings decorate the table and a linear glass chandelier hangs above. Natural wood panels cover one wall, while a blend of frosted and clear glass windows cover another.
This spacious master bathroom offers an attractive display of neutral stone tile, highlighted by a mosaic tile border. The glass shower makes the space feel open and doesn't obstruct the natural light shining through the large frosted window.
These two chairs were found in the trash (Ezelle's favorite type of furniture). She had them reupholstered in off-white leather and created a geometric pattern with studs all around the arms. The coffee table is created from a piece of glass that she sprayed a frosted color and two small book cases she laid on their side for extra storage.
A frosted picture window was used to replace two smaller windows, to anchor the tub and allow for plenty of natural light. The concrete floor tiles, glass panel, custom light fixture and onyx countertops also provide a mix of textures that keep eyes moving.
Pot up your coleus before the first frost to overwinter them as colorful, showy houseplants. Coleus grow nicely in an eastern exposure, and if they start to look leggy and stretched, simply prune them back. Stick the cuttings into a glass of water or a small container filled with potting mix, and roots will soon form, increasing your windowsill garden. Shown here: Coleus 'Sun Rose To Lime Magic'