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.
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.
Beautiful, Gothic style stained glass windows make a dramatic statement in this traditional bathroom. Using the same tile pattern on the bathtub surround and on the shower walls doesn't distract from the unique windows and gives the bathroom a spa feel.
A mega-million-dollar price tag does come with a few perks. This El Camino estate comes with a professional grade kitchen with sleek stainless appliances, spectacular wood paneling and top-notch custom cabinets.
Stained alder cabinets and granite counters are the backdrop for this contemporary makeover. The aim was to create a kitchen that felt and looked more spacious, had ample storage and created a connection with the backyard.
Curved arch windows with stained glass insets featuring a medieval sailing ship and castle are among the many standout elements in this court-like dining room, which also features European artwork and period-perfect upholstered dining chairs.