Storage Dilemma: You have a bathroom with a pedestal sink or vanity with limited counterspace. Solution: For this bathroom by Criner Remodeling, a niche behind the toilet with built-in glass shelves creates a much-needed home for grooming essentials and framed photos. This keeps the products within easy reach, and the photos help personalize the space.
Instead of weighing the bathroom down with heavy cabinetry, designer Stefani Stein installed glass shelves that almost seem to float in the air. Because they're built right into the wall, the shelves keep perfume bottles and other essentials close.
Cocktails are served from this lovely, gold bar cart with glass shelves, which can be wheeled into the dining room when needed there. Gold bamboo-framed botanical print artwork hangs above the bar cart to complete the timeless look.
This old colonial home had many smaller rooms that needed to be opened up and integrated to make the space more usable for a modern day family. Floating glass shelves add a contemporary touch to the white brick backsplash of this transitional kitchen. Dark brown countertops are paired with white cabinets for a striking contrast.
The HGTV Dream Home 2014 boasts a sleek chrome linen shelving unit for stylish storage. White bathroom accessories complement an adjacent white freestanding tub, and a sleek stainless steel tub filler comes straight up from the floor for a piece that's as dramatic as it is functional.
A beautiful wood wet bar pops against the bright, white walls. Floating glass shelves layer storage in the wood for organized and attractive storage. A green-tinted marble backsplash complements the neutral marble of the floor tile.
Designers created a glamorous bar for this apartment with low-iron, Starfire glass shelves. The room's full-size dining table can double as a kitchen island when the bench on the kitchen side is tucked out of the way.
Above a large, undermount sink, designers John and Anthony installed floating glass shelves to add storage and display space without interrupting the design of the kitchen. As seen on America's Most Desperate Kitchens.