Contemporary windows and reclaimed wood paneling turn into a dramatic, earthy display in this inviting bedroom. Furnishings are kept simple so as not to compete with the view of the home's natural surroundings.
One end of this light-filled white kitchen, which shares a wall of panel-glass windows with the adjacent dining room, has been transformed into a cozy sitting area furnished with a lovely antique loveseat.
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.
In addition to the skylights, large windows framed out by floor-to-ceiling drapes make the office feel light and airy. The single-hung, vinyl windows feature maintenance-free, multi-chamber PVC construction and include energy-efficient insulating glass.
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.
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.
Step through the decorative stone front door into the entryway of this modern home. A panel of chevron marble tile creates movement through the hall space past the frosted glass wall and into the open design of the home.
Enjoy the ocean view from your morning shower in this modern glass-surround master bath. The transition of the bath area and bedroom looks seamless due to the shower's glass walls and the large window with water view.
Wood frame frosted glass windows compliment the rich wood base of the bathtub featuring paneling to add subtle texture and a decorative finish. Decorative tile lines the three wall-locked sides of the bathtub creating a splash border over the neutral walls.
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.