As seen on Home Town, the Burks residence has been fully renovated by hosts Ben and Erin Napier. After renovations, the existing pantry doors were replaced with new doors with glass panels to fit the style of the house as well as open up the space even more. The lighting in the pantry adds to the decor of the room.
A grid of wavy glass squares set into a screen reflects light into the living room. Each glass panel was handblown, then silvered and washed for a murky, underwater effect. A softly curved antique Irish console softens the space; cast-bronze pigeons alighted on the salvaged balustrade are an allegory of the city.
Glass panels keep the room looking and feeling open while offering secure travel up this staircase. The natural look of the wood stairs blends beautifully with the light hardwood flooring. A black handrail and stainless steel sconce complete the modern design.
A marble floor panel in a herringbone design creates subtle movement in this modern hallway. A deep charcoal gray color on the walls and ceiling provides a lovely contrast to the light floor and neutral tones of the next room. Frosted glass panels keep the space bright, and a small bench provides a place to sit.
Contrasting wood finishes give this office a sense of warmth while highlighting the custom spun glass rondelles set into the cabinet panels. The panels slide to the sides to conceal bookshelves and showcase hand-turned wood pieces made by the homeowner. A zinc panel installed behind the center shelves highlights the warm wood colors of the bowls.
The shower in this master bathroom was a complete overhaul and got a new window, brand new tile and a frosted glass panel for some privacy while still keeping the overall feeling open and light. The cabinets got a paint job and added casing around the mirrors to create more of a custom feel.
The homeowners wanted their newly redesigned kitchen and dining room to showcase the beautiful view from their classic home, so designers used glass paneled accordion style doors to separate the indoor dining room from the outdoor patio space. These doors can easily be pulled back to allow access to the patio, creating a beautiful, functional indoor-outdoor space for the family.
The shower was a complete overhaul and got a new window, brand new tile and a frosted glass panel for some privacy while still keeping the overall feeling open and light. The cabinets got a paint job and added casing around the mirrors to create more of a custom feel.
This modern living room features floor-to-ceiling glass wall panels that provide a great view of Phoenix. Some walls can be moved for access to the porch outside. Modern seating includes built-in shelving for displaying accessories.
Patio doors and clerestory windows bring an abundance of light into this spacious living room. The glass-paneled enclosure along the landing allows the light to travel through the upstairs hallway, and white walls throughout the space reflect the light, resulting in an airy look.
As seen on America's Most Desperate Kitchens, the original, exposed brick adds color and texture to this kitchen space, while a neutral color palette fills the rest of the space. White lower cabinets with a black quartz countertop provide storage in the space, while glass paneled upper cabinets and a farmhouse sink help the space maintain its vintage feel complemented by the mint green refrigerator and Kitchen Aid mixer.
The walls of this modern home are made from mostly glass panels, allowing plenty of natural light to flood into the space, making the home feel warm and open. To aid with this open feeling, designers added an open concept floor plan to the space, allowing each of the rooms to seamlessly flow into the next.
A concrete sidewalk leads from the driveway to the covered porch entry of this home. Frosted glass stripes create an attractive modern door against the white horizontal siding. The dark roof creates contrast against the bright home.