While this modern home has plenty of bold angels, glass and steel that mid-century homes are known for, there wasn't much exposed concrete. Adding accessories like this planter inside and outside the home are an easy way to give your space a more modern aesthetic.
Gorgeous translucent glass, often in pastel colors, was a big theme at this year’s Southeastern Designer Showhouse and Gardens from Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles magazine. The trend for light, airy details and a Seventies-meets-Art Deco vibe played out beautifully in this glam study from R. Hughes.
Go glam with glass - If you have a lot of attractive collectables to display, then open shelving will show them off to best effect. Glass shelves have a neutral quality, meaning they work in both traditional and modern schemes.
You want privacy when you shower, but want to let the light in when you’re doing your makeup. This adhesive film can be cut to fit any window, and when plugged in it makes the glass transparent or opaque, using an app as the remote control.