A mosaic tile accent wall helps to visually open up this small but decidedly chic bathroom, adding depth to the room's border. In a similar expansive move, along another wall a sliding glass door provides access to a private balcony.
The back of a floating wall and headboard offers storage for books, media and personal accessories in this neutral bedroom. Asian-style shoji screens on sliding door panels conceal items for a cleaner look.
This master bathroom features an innovative set of triple sliding doors that were designed to enlarge the door's opening and continue to bring light into the space via glazed glass slats in the doors and a transom overhead. The space is further softened by use of white oak throughout and light hardwood floors.
To complete the seamless indoor/outdoor lounging and entertainment space, designers added three six foot wide sliding glass doors that disappear into the wall when opened. This allows for the family to enjoy both their indoor and outdoor spaces simultaneously.
A set of travertine stairs leads to the living room, which serves as the social hub of the home. Though small, there are two sconces on either side of the sliding glass doors to provide a guiding light at night.
To temper the airiness of high ceilings, designers painted the walls of this bedroom a darker shade for a more intimate mood. A sliding glass-and-steel door closes the room off from the rest of the loft.
In this bathroom, a sliding glass shower door (instead of a swinging one) saves space and keeps the room feeling open and light. Pebble flooring and multiple shower head options are a lovely spa touch.
A set of rolling frosted-glass doors slide apart to reveal two kid's bedrooms next to one another and slide together to give each side some privacy. On the boy's side, a blue tie-dye bedspread gives dynamic energy to the space.
Picturesquely situated on the edge of the marsh, this home's living room features double doors that slide back to allow access to a deck. Inside, a soothing neutral palette elegantly complements the landscape outside.
Walls of glass retract to connect this modern bedroom both figuratively and literally to the surrounding landscape. The sleek, streamlined space features concrete floors, as well as gallery-white walls that allow colorful art and accessories to pop.