Frosted-glass French doors create a grand entrance into the closet, which is now an opulent, glamorous space. The first thing to greet the homeowner is slanted racks displaying all her beautiful shoes, a girl's favorite accessory.
Exterior lighting mounted underneath the roof overhang gives the house a warm, welcoming glow. A frosted glass garage door lets in filtered natural light during the day and blends in with the home's black grid windows when illuminated at night.
A set of rolling frosted-glass doors slide apart to reveal two kid's bedrooms next to one another and slide together to give each side some privacy. On the boy's side, a blue tie-dye bedspread gives dynamic energy to the space.
In this spa inspired master bathroom, the shower room easily becomes a steam room with a view. Frosted glass provides privacy for this lovely bathroom space, but it allows in natural light, illuminating the whole space, making it feel connected to the nature it overlooks.
Designed for a brother and sister with very minimal, modernist sensibility, this bathroom layout makes it easy to be used by at least two people at the same time. The side-by-side walk-in shower and toilet room feature matching frosted glass doors.
This jewel box of a kitchen makes use of every inch, here hanging a storage cabinet above the sink. The opaque glass cabinet doors are practical as well, allowing you to see what's inside. The kitchen walls are the same tiles as the bathroom to create continuity in such a small area.
Frosted glass cabinets reveal organized and easy storage in this contemporary kitchen. White leather chairs pop against the black dining table that transitions to a granite-topped island. Stainless steel details complete the sophisticated look.
Frosted glass cabinet doors provide concealed storage without making this room feel smaller. White walls and light hardwood floors keep the space feeling bright and open, and open shelving flanking the cabinetry gives a place to display a bit of color.
The beautiful, natural and neutral design of this Craftsman wet bar is organized and appealing. Frosted glass upper cabinets allow for easy glass storage, and a built-in cubby makes wine storage simple and accessible. The natural stone backsplash creates textural contrast against the polished black marble countertop.
This contemporary kitchen is open and airy with high ceilings and light blue-green walls. The counter cabinets and island have matching wooden bases and white countertops that provide ample prep and dining space. A visual highlight is the frosted-glass cabinet fronts gently illuminated by recessed lighting.
There's an air of elegance in this gorgeous contemporary dining room. The pleasing look and texture of the frosted glass allows the room to be private or open. Teal and white patterned chairs are seated around the dark wood dining table lit by natural light from the windows and a drum chandelier hanging above.
A marble floor panel in a herringbone design creates subtle movement in this modern hallway. A deep charcoal gray color on the walls and ceiling provides a lovely contrast to the light floor and neutral tones of the next room. Frosted glass panels keep the space bright, and a small bench provides a place to sit.
SPG Architects’ Casa Torcida, located in the Osa Peninsula in Costa Rica, uses rich woods and a soft palette in the bathroom, reflecting the abundant flora and fauna native to the property. A frosted glass divider separates the toilet from the rest of the space, which features a jetted tub and an open wood vanity with double sinks. The house is completely “off the grid,” using a water-reclamation system to retain rainwater for use throughout the house. In addition, the house has a solar hot water system, which provides hot water for most of the year.