New carpentry details present a fresh, clean look. Glass panels play off of the existing glass block, establishing a contemporary feel. Stainless steel details and the Maya Romanoff wall covering echo the reflectivity of the glass, adding even more light.
Opaque glass and steel walls divide the space without blocking any of the natural light streaming into the contemporary loft. The glass walls offer privacy without taking away any of the openness of the space. The exposed brick walls and oak flooring give the space a warm, organic feel.
A glass wall blocks off the shower while still keeping the bathroom feeling completely open. Marble stone creates a water safe flooring for the bathing areas and large windows flood the space with natural lighting and great outdoor views.
Rustic Beech butcher-block and a white farmhouse sink add to the simple but modern feel of the pioneer-style L-shaped kitchen. The glossy white cabinets and white glass tile backsplash add a modern feel amongst the rustic elements.
Butcher block countertops wrap themselves around the streamlined cabinetry in this small kitchen. A farmhouse sink, glass pendant lights and warm hardwood floors are more transitional counterpoints in the modern design.
Rich hardwood floors, a trio of glass pendants and a classic farmhouse sink balance the modern, streamlined cabinetry in this white kitchen. Butcher block countertops continue up the wall and across the ceiling, adding a layer of color and rustic character.
On HGTV's Flipping the Block, Amanda Marks and her boyfriend Curtis Goldin transformed the master bedroom using shabby chic furniture and accessories – including a sea glass vase and distressed candlesticks.
The spa-like master bathroom is designed to be open and airy with a glass block wall that allows natural light and provides privacy. The double vanity combines warm woods with a chunky stone vanity and wall-mounted faucets.
A sleek double vanity is topped with neutral travertine countertops, integrated stone sinks and matching circular mirrors. The large walk-in shower uses porcelain tile with a bamboo effect to add visual height, while a glass block window streams in natural light.
These industrial-inspired stairs are one of a kind, with diamond plate treads and risers, along with a custom railing made from pipe and mesh. A glass block window follows the lines of the stairway and ushers natural light into the space.