A modern dining table separates this rustic-contemporary living room from the home's open concept kitchen. The living area features a blend of traditional, rustic farmhouse elements with contemporary architectural lines. Candle chandeliers contrast with the glass-paneled balcony railing.
This room features a mix of traditional farmhouse elements with clean lines and contemporary styling. A pair of traditional candle chandeliers contrast with a glass-paneled balcony railing. A rustic wood lintel supports the wide opening between the kitchen and living space.
Glass panels on the deck railing allow for crystal-clear views of the backyard. A rattan, egg-shaped swing provides cozy, eclectic outdoor seating. Navy outdoor throw pillows serve as extra seating or a foot rest for the swing.
Wood paneling sheathes the ceiling and an accent wall in this landing and hallway, adding an organic element that grounds the modern space. A glass railing is crisp and clean along the stairway, and white walls allow modern artwork to pop.
A glass-paneled banister with a chrome railing lines this long modern hallway on the second floor of this tropical home. Custom art was installed to add visual interest and a door leads out to a patio with an amazing landscape view.
Wood steps match the hardwood flooring on this modern staircase. Glass panels supporting the steel railing brings an air of openness. White walls provide a clean backdrop for the warm wood tones and simple, yet stylish hallway decor including red flowers and a triangular table.
Glass panels on the staircases blend in seamlessly, becoming nearly invisible, and look less bulky than traditional railing. White walls and a white ceiling, as well as floor-to-ceiling windows, keep the room feeling airy and bright despite the bookshelf wall's hulking presence.
Mixed planters with pinks and deep purples set the foundation for this picture-perfect entryway. The containers are at the bottom of brick steps and a black wrought iron railing that lead to a brown double door with glass panels.
A grand stairway with cast stone railings leads to beautiful glass and wrought iron front doors, creating a majestic entryway at this Mediterranean mansion. A stucco archway is carved out around the front porch, mimicking the glass panels surrounding the front doors and completing the sophisticated look.
To minimize the presence of the stair in the hallway the designer eliminated the need for the outer stringer. Instead, they cantilevered the tread supports from a single stringer located adjacent to the wall. The treads themselves are sandblasted acrylic mounted to a pair of tapered steel angles. The tread design allows for maximum light to pass through to the space below. Glass infill panels create the guard at both the stair rail and surrounding guards. With the use of 2 layers of laminated glass no top rail was required at the guard locations. To support the glass, steel bar stanchions span between floors levels, adding an element of continuity to the various levels of the stacked stair. High levels of precision were required during the detailing and construction process to maintain absolute alignment between 3 levels as the stairway extends from upper bridge to the basement.