This Contemporary private beach bungalow features clean white bed linens, black metal canopy, exposed beam ceiling, covered white armchair, sliding glass walls with neutral linen curtains, polished concrete floors, and a white desk space
As the social hub of the home, this living room needed plenty of seating for family and friends. Thus, the designers delivered a modern sofa, midcentury armchair, black bench and two leather chairs to create a stylish space for entertaining. A traditional rug pulls everything together.
When choosing sliding doors, consider both looks and durability — after all, you want your investment to offer effortless beauty and protect your home from the elements for many years to come. The good news is that you don’t have to sacrifice the timeless look of wood inside for long-lasting construction. For example, LaCantina’s Contemporary Clad doors feature the beauty of a wood interior with low-maintenance aluminum exterior designs to complement any architectural style and window package.
A wall of sliding glass doors opens fully and is concealed in a pocket of the wall to seamlessly connect this living area with the adjacent outdoor space. The glass doors also allow breathtaking views of the Texas Hill Country.
Charcoal gray furniture provides cozy seating in this modern sitting room. Graphic yellow and gray pillows add a touch of pattern and color. Circular mirrors decorate the walls and reflect the natural light streaming in from the sliding glass doors. The square-shaped coffee table features a lower black level topped with a glass panel.
There's a lot to love about this living room, including the spectacular city views. In the morning, the owners can sip coffee and enjoy the sight from their sofa, or they can open the sliding glass doors and take a seat on the balcony.
In this elegant, modern living room, natural light streams into the space from several large windows and a sliding glass door. Not only do these features bathe the space in warm, soft light, they also allow the homeowners to enjoy their backyard view, providing the family with direct access to the balcony and the yard beyond.
Of course, you want your glass wall to make a style statement and open your interiors to outdoor living spaces and views, but it’s also important that they keep your home safe and comfortable. All of the Kolbe’s sliding and folding doors have the ability to have both dual-pane and triple-pane glass installed within the panels. Along with several types of low emissivity (LoE) coatings, these units can be produced for maximized thermal performance in any region and with any desired performance, from the heating regions of the north to the cooling in the south. And, says Lance Premeau, LEED® Green Associate Product & Market Manager, Kolbe Windows & Doors, “There are areas in the United States that require window and door products to be impact-rated. This means that the units have passed rigorous testing protocol and can be used in areas ranging from the eastern seaboard, around Florida and along the Gulf Coast.”