Walker Zanger stone floors set the stage for the exposed polished nickel plumbing and towel warmer, the antique silver chandelier and leaded glass window. The Water Monopoly tub was fashioned after a 19th-century French tub and stands surrounded by neutral Waterworks and Sonoma Tilemakers tile.
Just off the kitchen's intimate sitting area surrounded by leaded glass windows and antique doors is the all-weather porch that affords the owners with a year-round retreat and spectacular views of the lake. An antique iron chandelier, Apache Bluestone floors and custom-designed table set the tone.
A modern coffee table and traditional rug form a nice juxtaposition in this California living room. The traditional sofa is slipcovered for casual comfort, and two white wicker chairs are upholstered in a graphic, modern fabric that gives a nod to the lines of the leaded glass windows.
Gray cabinets and industrial-inspired lighting give this transitional kitchen an urban chic vibe. A marble backsplash sets off the professional Wolf range, creating an inviting and stylish cooking area. Sleek countertops, an apron sink and leaded glass cabinet doors reflect the room's blend of modern and traditional elements, resulting in a space that's at once comfortable and elegant.
A tranquil landscape looms so large in this sunny corner it feels as if one could step into it. The modern, graphic fabric on a pair of wicker chairs echoes the intricate lines of the leaded glass windows. Weighty accessories of varying heights on the round table balance the artwork and bring proportion to the space.
Accessories of varying heights on a round table balance the large painting that hangs in this transitional living room, bringing proportion to the space. The modern, graphic fabric on a pair of wicker chairs echoes the lines of the leaded glass windows. A soft throw and a small hexagonal table create a functional, pretty spot for reading.
The stoic beauty of an arts-and-crafts armoire juxtaposes the contemporary lines of a sleek glass dining table in this eclectic Philadelphia dining room. Contemporary red chairs bursting with color subtly liven the space without overpowering the energy spurred by leaded glass windows and a surprising inverted umbrella chandelier sparking in the imagination a sense of travel and adventure.
A dark-stained island with a sculptural top blends with gray-toned cabinetry in this well-appointed and spacious transitional kitchen. Leaded glass cabinet doors turn one bank of upper cabinetry into a furniture-style showpiece, while a professional Wolf range makes the space a chef's dream. Two sculptural pendants provide task lighting for the island, as well as a contemporary touch.
Designers Lance Jackson and David Ecton with Parker Kennedy Living took the homeowner's existing coffee table, but to get this look, you can take a coffee table that you own or find a rectangle-shaped table at a yard sale or consignment shop, then just repaint the outer edge in gold. They added new accessories, such as these heavy leaded glass candleholders.
Age your glass doors. The homeowner worked with Seattle designer Judith Wright Sentz to create the leaded glass windows in the cupboards of this 2016 National Kitchen + Bath Association Design Competition winning kitchen, but premade glass would have the same stylish effect. For an even cheaper and simpler fix, faux stained glass craft kits and window films can be found through online retailers for under $40.
Even if your kitchen has a more traditional or modern style, you can accent it with country decor. Rooster home accessories add a chic, playful touch to any countertop, while stained glass or leaded glass panels in the cabinets can bring in a bit of farmhouse fashion. This kitchen remodel by Judith Wright Design in Seattle won a 2016 National Kitchen + Bath Association Design Competition award.
When the ocean's shore awaits just outside, do everything possible to highlight that amazing feature. A large glass door is a must! Here, uniquely arched ceilings reflect the shape of the door and allow light to rise, creating a lofty, open effect.
Wood framed sliding glass doors connect or close off this space from the next room. A gorgeous polished marble hallway creates a grand entrance to the living room. The raised hallway steps down to the patterned armchair, stylish sofa and decorative white mantel that create a stylish traditional look.
Rich hardwood floors create a nice, warm contrast to the stark white design in the surrounding room. The sliding glass door is trimmed with a thick white frame and large glass panels giving it an open feel but still creating privacy for the rooms. A bright red pendant light and complimenting chair cushion shine in the room.
Designer Rodney Tassistro created this high-end cottage style kitchen featuring solid wood countertops, custom cabinetry and open shelving. Traditional leaded glass cabinet fronts contrast with a very modern polished wooden countertop and backsplash. The diamond pattern inset into the glass cabinet doors adds interest but still keeps the light and airy look of the open shelving on the opposite wall. The space above the cabinetry is a great spot for the homeowners to display favorite pottery and accessories.
The island countertop in this transitional kitchen features local Alabama white marble, cut to mimic the shape used in the stair railing, eyebrow gables and dining room chairs. The island itself features a rich, dark finish that contrasts nicely with the cool gray cabinetry on the room's perimeter. A mix of traditional and modern elements adds interest to the space, from the leaded glass cabinet doors and apron sink to the industrial-inspired pendants and acrylic-and-metal barstools.
Now here's a room that means business of the most distinguished kind! Wood paneling lines the walls of the tasteful home office and library. The room also includes beautiful leaded stained glass windows and cabinets.