Interior designer Anisa Darnell used a fresh boxwood wreath to decorate her metro Atlanta front door, which has beveled glass. For the door's brown weathered look, she stained the door with a mixture of dark walnut and gray. The lines of the door are classic and timeless, she says.
This streamlined kitchen creates a dynamic play of vertical and horizontal lines. The narrow workspace and long counters are juxtaposed with the pendant lights, stained glass window frame and bars of the nearby door.
Still the reigning design style, the timeless look of traditional kitchens speaks to most of us. Cabinets can be painted or stained, and glass-front doors are a popular option, as are multipurpose islands.
Dark stained hardwood floors make for a warm welcoming entryway into this craftsman style home. The front door gets a modern update with glass panels set high on the door. Gray walls make a nice contrast with the white molding over the doorway to the next room.
The dining area of this Craftsman-style great room features leather-and-wood dining chairs around a round wood table, hardwood floors, and stained wood trim around the glass doors leading to the covered deck outside.
Still the reigning design style, the timeless look of traditional kitchens speaks to most of us. The cabinets can be painted or stained, and glass-front doors are a popular option, as are multipurpose islands.
A custom bar in thick-cut quartz overlooks a restful family room and maximizes this home's beautiful ocean view. Glass doors on the custom cabinetry display barware, and modern pulls pop against the dark-stained wood.
That bright red door swings open to reveal an entryway with high ceilings and exposed brick walls. A stained glass window serves as an eye-catching focal point and gives the home a sense of history, too.
Dark stained hardwood floors bring warmth to this all-white bedroom. Sliding glass doors open to a private porch with outdoor seating overlooking Lake Boca Raton in Florida. The simple chandelier and tufted headboard add softness and femininity.
A stacked stone exterior and exposed timber beams create a rustic entrance to this children's playhouse. The arched front door features a round stained glass inset and is flanked by lantern-style sconces. Sandstone slabs are used as the walkway leading up to the front door.
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.
The stained wood coffered ceiling makes this living space feel cozy and intimate, despite the open floor plan. Transom windows and glass doors allow for views of the beach and let in natural light. A combination of couches and chairs creates an inviting conversational space.
Dark stain on moldings and doors complement the traditional architecture of this Brooklyn townhouse. Original details include a wood paneled wainscot and a transom window above the wide front door. A glass pendant with antique brass hardware fits with the style of the entryway.
This spacious outdoor sitting area features two brown wicker sofas paired with tan outdoor cushions and gray striped pillows. Neutral tile flooring coordinates with the decor, while a dark brown stained beadboard ceiling adds an eye-catching accent. A set of sliding glass doors allows quick access to interior spaces.
A variety of unique textures and styles coincide in this eclectic white bathroom. Inspired by the natural landscape just outside, the space features a luxurious rock shower and stunning accent wall. Off to the side, a bathroom stall with saloon doors allows for privacy, while the stained glass mirrors contribute color and character to the neutral double vanity.
The open floor plan of this Westhampton home combines the foyer with the dining room and living areas. Blue-and-yellow stained glass pairs with the custom front door, which leads to the classic staircase. A Craftsman-style dining table and leather dining chairs contrast against the elaborate console that separates the living and dining areas.
As seen on DIy Network's Rehab Addict, Nicole Curtis restored the formal dining room to its original beauty. Nicole painted the walls above the hand carved African mahogany fireplace and panels dark gray to draw the eye up to the molding on the ceiling. She removed the 1970s glass and brass fireplace doors, and replaced the wall sconces with more period appropriate versions. Cracked and warped stained glass windows were repaired.