Light plays off the glass tile backsplash and stainless steel dishwasher and adds a sleek touch to this midcentury modern kitchen. White upper cabinets and gray lower ones bring additional visual interest to the space.
In the kitchen, steel and glass upper cabinets disappear into an interior window, which allows as much light as possible into the kitchen and provide a spot to display art and dishes. Custom hardware adorns the lower cabinets and showcase a logo created just for the homeowners. Quarter-inch strips of glass were fused together to create the floating upper island top and are supported by steel hidden within the cabinets.
A glass tile backsplash provides a shimmering backdrop to this Craftsman-style kitchen. Upper glass cabinets provide storage and a pretty place to display dishes, while black countertops contrast against the natural wood of the cabinets.
Silver and glass accents lighten the feel of the kitchen, giving upper cabinets an airy look that's carried deeper into the room via the bubble pendants. The barstools' metal trim is a surprisingly glam touch.
Dark, earthy tones create a dramatic ambiance in this modern hall. A short set of stairs creates levels and highlights the contrast of the light, neutral upper floor and the dark, polished lower floor. A frosted glass wall and wood paneled wall bring beautiful texture to the space. A neutral stone door adds an unexpected touch.
Frosted glass and black, flat panel upper cabinets give this bar a chic contemporary look. Leather barstools with chrome bases fit snuggly underneath the waterfall edge countertop, making the space look like it belongs in a supremely stylish, high-end downtown bar.
In this long, narrow house, Kariouk Associates Architects used walls of glass to usher in light and designed sleek custom cabinets in bold yellow to help capture and reflect the sunshine. Walnut paneling and accent cabinets offer a warm contrast to the splash of color, keeping the kitchen grounded within the open plan.
The jagged edge of a glass-tile backsplash plays well against the textured wall treatment in this cool contemporary kitchen. Arty glass panels in the lighted upper cabinets are a nifty custom touch. Quartz countertops are durable and stylish.
In a kitchen large enough to forego upper cabinets, the backsplash becomes a major design element. Designer Nathalie Tremblay of Atelier Cachet chose to stack white glass tiles in neat columns for an eye-catching, graphic look.
Gray and white mosaic tile seamlessly climbs up the shower wall from the floor creating a cohesive, streamlined look. Glass shower walls keep the bathroom feeling bright and open. Flat panel wood cabinets and shelves warm up the space to give it a spa feel.
Homeowners, Kimberly and Brent, found two leaded glass windows at a second-hand store, which now flank the bed. An old wood frame window and cotton plant wreath serve as an art piece above the bed, and the natural wood paneling on the ceiling complements the shiplap wooden details seen throughout the house on HGTV's Fixer Upper.
Beautiful dark green lower cabinetry and an island give this kitchen depth and gravitas. The delicate glass pendants and glass-front upper cabinets, all in fresh white, make sure the space also feels light and bright.
Rustic wood and stainless steel make the feel of this open plan kitchen warm and approachable. Instead of upper cabinets, a large glass-front china cabinet houses—and shows off—dishes and serving ware.
Black waterfall countertops create striking contrast in this bright, transitional kitchen with white cabinets. Glass-front upper cabinets allow for easily accessible and organized storage, and hardwood flooring adds warmth to the design.
This traditional white kitchen comes with plenty of upper cabinet storage, some with solid doors and some with glass. Other highlights include black stone countertops, high-end gas stovetop and a wall-mounted pot filler.
This bathroom stared out with a huge roman raised tub, orange floral wallpaper, and a dark enclosed shower. We removed the tub surround and added a free standing tub, We softened the space by adding floor to ceiling drapery behind the tub. This created privacy as well as some softness to all of the tile and hard surfaces in this room. The walls got a textured wallpaper that added some subtle color and another texture to the space. 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 contemporary bathroom is a study in geometry. Round mirrors and sinks are juxtaposed with an oblong window, horizontal backsplash tiles in a random pattern, a rectangular glass shower door, and a linear vanity with flat-panel cabinets.