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.
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.
A custom-designed railing made from mesh and metal piping lines this one-of-a-kind stairway. Corrugated tin adds interest on the ceiling, as does a custom light fixture dubbed "Daddy Long Legs" by the design team. Glass block windows bring in loads of natural light.
From expansive glass block windows to a custom fixture the design team dubbed "Daddy Long Legs," this modern-eclectic stairway is filled with light and interest. A corrugated metal ceiling provides a cool contrast to the warm, textured walls. The team also custom designed the railing using pipe and mesh.
A small island with a butcher-block top grounds this cottage kitchen. The table under the window, surrounded by a built-in banquette, offers seating and more work area. Milk glass pendants, gold curtains and a brass colander add warmth to the design.
To make way for a large walk-in shower, the existing tub was removed. Rectangular porcelain tile with a bamboo effect is installed vertically to add visual height in the shower. A contemporary shower panel with contrasting natural bamboo and sleek stainless steel creates an eye-catching display. The glass block window streams natural light through the door-less shower entrance and can be seen from the bedroom.
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.
The homeowners wanted a unique dining room space that would comfortably seat ten, so designers used natural light and materials that would help make the area feel both stylish and open. Natural light flows into the space from the sliding glass doors and reflects off the white walls, while the glass top table helps the light to permeate the space rather than blocking it. Around the large glass top table, ten contemporary chairs clad in copper colored leather provide seating for the guests, while brightly colored art adds color to the space and an interesting light fixture ties the room together.
A decorative window provides privacy without offending your neighbors or blocking out natural light the way a full-blown wall would. This stylish DIY idea from Lowe's costs less than $100, and you can customize the glass with any stencil design you like.
To help control the sunlight in this beachy living room, designers hung thick, canvas curtains across the large sliding glass door to help block the light, while a pair of rattan Roman Shades cover the windows on either side of the fireplace.
The warm, earth-toned kitchen boasts exquisite craftsman style with exposed beams, warm wood cabinets and a small prep island with a butcher block countertop. Bar seating, a trio of stained glass windows and a built-in hutch in soft olive green complete the absolutely stunning design.