Open concept is the name of the design game in this house, and the bathroom is no exception. To keep the small bathroom from feeling closed up, the walls and ceilings have been painted white to reflect the natural light that rushes in from the bathroom's one window. The light in the space makes the room feel larger, while the mirror over the sink helps to reflect light and makes the space feel even larger. Finally, the glass shower in the space continues to create the illusion of extra space by not closing off the room.
This foyer rotunda comes to life with a hand-painted ceiling edged in a band of specially-commissioned blown glass, creating a kaleidoscope of vibrant hues. The Italian travertine flooring with gold veining initiates in the foyer. An accent back of Jerusalem Gold travertine, augmented with another band of charcoal glass-tile inserts, mimics the oval architecture of the space.
Sleek white outdoor sectionals create an inviting space to entertain and relax outside. A stained wood plank ceiling adds warmth to the porch. Glass-top coffee tables provide a contemporary, sculptural element.
One of four bedrooms in this modern oasis in Bend, Oregon, this room features a calming gray color palette, with large, glass door closets, a stainless steel ceiling fan, and comfortable suede bedding.
Rebecca Pogonitz incorporated travertine and pebble tile into the shower design for an organic quality. Enclosing the walk-in shower with glass opened up the narrow area between the double vanity and the shower doors.
The main living space of this casual yet contemporary home on Lake Austin is entirely open concept with rugs helping to delineate different areas. Sliding glass doors on both sides of the residence make it easy to entertain indoors and out.
This large great room features a living area at one end, dining table in the middle and gourmet kitchen at the other end. Glass doors on both sides extend the entertaining potential outside, connecting the room to two different courtyards.
This open living area provides space for a budding art collection that is functional for everyday life and entertaining. Within the constraints of the original footprint, the design team was able to remove walls, increase the size of glass doors and windows, rearrange closets and vault ceilings to create space out of seemingly nowhere.
White beams create a decorate ceiling over this stylish dining room. Open floor space surrounding the dining set up gives a spacious feel to the room accented by the sliding glass doors opening out to the expansive outdoor view. One side of the wood table is fixed with bench seating while upholstered gray chairs cover the remaining sides.