Mod decking walled in glass sets the stage for a streamlined, stylish space that invites hours of conversation while enjoying the sweeping view. A fun mix of landscaping and textures invite you to this outdoor space.
Walls of glass give the sloped roof a sense of lightness. They also provide incredible views of the Cascade Mountains, which the owners can enjoy from the comfort of their living room sofa. The coffee table was custom built by the owner and complements the modern interior, as well as the woodlands beyond it.
This modern bathroom gets a sleek look from an entire wall of marble tile, carried right through to the glass shower. The grain of the marble adds an organic touch to this large, double-vanity black and white bathroom.
Glass panels keep the room looking and feeling open while offering secure travel up this staircase. The natural look of the wood stairs blends beautifully with the light hardwood flooring. A black handrail and stainless steel sconce complete the modern design.
Undulating tile by Porcelanosa turns the white walls of this modern bathroom into a standout feature. To create the elevated, walk-in shower, the design team waterproofed the floors beneath the tile and carefully angled the drain. A custom wood vanity is topped by a sleek vessel sink, also by Porcelanosa.
This Asian style master bathroom has a large glass shower and sponged gray walls. The look is complete with a bamboo towel rack, wall art and traditional ceramic pottery. Thanks to the skylights and glass doors, the room is flooded with natural light.
This bathroom, which was designed to emulate a world-class spa, includes a glass-wall steam shower as well as a tub for two. The walls are covered by horizontal reclaimed wood planks intended to create a Swiss alpine feel.
This guest bathroom created a big concern due to the small space HGTV Star contestant Crisermy Mercado had to work with. Using a narrow glass and stainless steel vanity not only provides more space to enter the shower, but it also makes the space feel larger by not having a bulky furniture piece blocking the pathway.
Use beadboard to line a cabinet with glass doors or even open shelving to create instant, old-fashioned appeal, says Susan Sully, author of “Past Present: Living with Heirlooms and Antiques." The book features this 18th century farmhouse kitchen in Alabama.
A pair of clear glass table lamps bookend knickknacks atop a console table and a striking modern wall sculpture. The white piece of art provides contrast to the room's navy walls, while complementing the lampshades and decor.
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.
The refreshing look of a bright design with white and pastel blue is perfect for a bathroom. A hardwood floor section elevates the glass shower and white bathtub. Frosted glass over the windows and striped door keep the space light but private. Woodgrain cabinetry and white countertop create the vanity area.