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.
This light and bright master bathroom features bold turquoise tiles paired with a white bathroom floor. Frosted glass sliding doors are used as dividers between the bathroom and bedroom, allowing light to pass from space to space.
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.
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.
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.
As designed by Angelica Henry, this home's foyer is a treat for aficionados of modern style. An entry door with semi-translucent, laminated glass makes a interesting first impression in its design simplicity. The foyer wall's neutral gray finishes allow the contemporary-styled furnishings and colorful, hand-painted artwork to carry the room.
If you want to completely open one space to another — without any evidence of sliding doors in sight — consider a “pocket” configuration. “When fully open, Pocket Glass Walls slide into the wall pocket and completely disappear from view. This style is a great option to connect two spaces into one or close off an area just as easily,” say the experts at Milgard.