A dramatic archway composed of wood slats and iron frame blend beautifully with a vibrant stained glass door in this front entry. Painted concrete containers sunken into the ground create a pretty space for planting while leveling out a sloped walkway.
White two-column balusters guide the wood banister between decorative wood newel posts. Natural light over the pastel sea green walls and white window trim makes for a light space. A subtle stained glass trim on the windows compliments the gorgeous frosted stained glass finish of the singular pendant light hanging above.
A dark, stained wood staircase in a Queen Anne-style home is built out with paneling and trim. The home was built in the early 1900s in
Atlanta. While the stained glass is not original to the home and was added by previous owners, homeowner and designer Carl Mattison said the stained glass provides privacy while allowing in light.
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.
This living room punctuates a light, airy interior with black accents like the fireplace and rug. The simple color palette allows for the stunning stained glass, cathedral-like windows to take center stage.
Imagine curling up on this inviting navy-blue nailhead-trim sofa or in one of the red-striped club chairs and watching the light from the stained-glass window play on the red walls of this comfy living room.
This entryway boasts a gorgeous, modern look. Frosted glass walls create some privacy and allow the polished stone door to shine. Stained wood contrasts beautifully with the light concrete floor that steps down to the door.
It's all about the wood in this masculine Craftsman-inspired home office with a paneled wood ceiling, hardwood floors, crown molding with recessed lighting and custom built-in cabinets and bookshelves. Wall sconces with tiny shades, a large wood desk and Craftsman-style windows with stained glass accents completes the room.
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.
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.
By paring this dining room down to the essentials -- a traditional wood table, six slipper chairs and a small light fixture -- the designers ensured that all eyes would be on the view outside. If you look closely, though, you'll see classic details like crown molding, wainscoting and stained glass over the windows.