A wall of steel-framed interior windows and bifold doors allows natural light to flow from the exterior windows in this kitchen to the adjoining dining room. The striking, industrial-style wall adds architectural interest while helping to cultivate a bright, airy atmosphere.
This modern white dining room features a steel window wall which retracts to open the interior to an outside sitting area, contemporary dining table and white upholstered dining chairs, and a modern candelabra pendant light.
This bedroom demonstrates more of the openness of the loft with a blackened steel window wall that looks into the ensuite bathroom. Here, and throughout the home, original details like exposed brick, steel and wide plank wood floors are gracefully combined with contemporary furnishings.
In the beautiful master bedroom suite, one half of the room is a sleeping area, the second half a spa bathroom. The two spaces are separated by an airy black steel wall that ties in with the steel window and door frames.
Floor-to-ceiling steel windows fill this contemporary dining room with natural light while emphasizing the spacious setup. The neutral palette is emphasized, with subtly colored artwork and tabletop centerpieces.
The light, wooden paneling and high ceilings in the living room of this Houston, TX, property feature a wall of glass and steel windows that let in gorgeous views of the nearby in-ground pool, while the neutral toned interior is filled with comfortable seating and light wooden accents.
A defined hardwood floor leads to this bright, modern walk in shower. The white color keeps the space simple and timeless. Frosted glass windows let in natural light to combine with the recessed lighting. A large stainless steel shower head is mounted high on the wall for a large range of water fall.
Turquoise windows — though unconventional — were exactly the right choice for this Santa Barbara-style house by Mark Molthan. Steel frame windows balance out the bright color with their neutral tones and give a slightly contemporary feel to the home.
Light wood cabinetry and neutral pastel tiles soften the industrial look of the stainless steel countertop and appliances. A clerestory window lets in natural light to keep the space bright. The thin floor space is maximized by building the fixtures alone both sides leaving a clear isle and uncluttered counters.
A wall of steel-encased windows opens this city apartment to its sweeping view, meanwhile bringing in loads of natural light. A custom bar occupies one corner of the open-concept living space, while a custom sofa takes advantage of the view.
A long window acts as a bright backsplash separating the upper and lower white laminate cabinets in this modern kitchen. Stainless steel countertop adds a reflective quality perfectly fitting the modern theme. The hardwood floor and vertical grain fir accent wall add warmth to the room.
Natural light, recessed lighting and white walls combine for a bright and airy look in this midcentury modern kitchen. Plenty of woodgrain cabinets allow for organized and concealed storage. Fruit displays add easy and natural color over the white countertops.
The elegance of this bedroom, the master suite, is in the varied textures: a wood backdrop for the television, wood-and-steel ceiling, plaster walls. Asymmetrical windows allow a peek out into—and access to—the backyard.
The living room shows off the home's two-story glazed wall and exposed steel beams in all their striking glory. Floor-to-ceiling windows wraparound the space and intimately connect it to its canal setting.