Frosted-glass French doors create a grand entrance into the closet, which is now an opulent, glamorous space. The first thing to greet the homeowner is slanted racks displaying all her beautiful shoes, a girl's favorite accessory.
This light and bright master bathroom features bold turquoise tiles paired with a white bathroom floor. Frosted glass sliding doors are used as dividers between the bathroom and bedroom, allowing light to pass from space to space.
A frosted glass door with custom initials opens to a luxurious closet, featuring pink and metallic touches.
Master Bathroom Tub With Herringbone Wall Tile, Crystal Chandelier and Frosted Glass Doors
The tub and herringbone stone tile design is the main focal point centered in the bathroom. This herringbone pattern references the wood entry herringbone pattern, maintaining a common thread in the design. A gorgeous crystal chandelier and light, neutral color scheme give a spa feel to the design.
This bright master bathroom features a glass enclosed shower with turquoise rectangular tiles. Frosted glass sliding doors are used as dividers between the bathroom and bedroom spaces, while a nearby walk-in closet provides space for organizing clothing and other items.
Beige porcelain tile lines the floor and shower walls of this master bathroom in HGTV Dream Home 2013. White accents and tropical decor create a classic beach look. A frosted glass door encases the room's water closet, offering privacy and a contrast to adjacent clear glass doors.
Spacious Contemporary Walk-In Master Closet With Wood Cabinetry
Organization is the priority in this long master closet with sliding frosted glass doors. Several areas provide space for hanging clothing and storing accessories. Recessed lighting and a simple vase with plant arrangement decorate the space's dark wood interior.
The master bedroom features a brown concrete floor and taupe textured walls. The closet doors are wood with a panel of frosted glass, while the platform bed utilizes harmonious colors to create a restful setting. A fiery red bedspread livens up the space.
Glass was used wherever it could be used to gain natural light into the space. On the left side is a wall of glass that shows the stairs going up the fourth floor deck. On the right is a wall of frosted glass that allows light in the master bedroom suite hallway. The hallway behind the frosted glass wall connects the master bedroom to the master closet.
The Nonn's master bedroom after the transformation, as seen on HGTV's original series Brother Vs. Brother. Jonathan's team replaced the old wallpaper with a fresh coat of paint, installed hardwood floors, frosted glass closet doors, and brought in a decorative upholstered headboard and chair.