Broad, industrial windows and exposed brick walls form the backdrop of this open-concept living space. Crisp, geometric lines in the modern furnishings echo the windows' grid, while a subtly textured rug anchors the seating area and softens the space. Complementary hues of blue and orange pop against neutral grays and browns.
To give the living room space a more modern ranch feel, black, iron grid windows were added throughout the room. Not only did these windows give the space a more modern feel, they also added great contrast to the otherwise neutral living room.
Stacked limestone and a wooden front porch roof warm up this home's contemporary exterior design with natural elements. Floor-to-ceiling windows without grids add to the home's modern feel and allow for views of the surrounding landscape in every room.
Built-in shelves surrounded by stacked limestone showcase decorative vases and figurines collected from traveling. Contemporary windows without grids look out over treetops, offering peaceful views from the dining room table. Gray leather chairs and a sleek white dining table let the view take center stage.
The large windows bring lots of natural light inside and include grids painted black, which pop against the white walls. The windows are covered in floor-to-ceiling floral drapes in a graphite/dark gray color.
Three tall windows with black painted grids offer contrast for the neutral walls and bring lots of natural light into this multi-functional guest bedroom, with space for reading, relaxing and enjoying a good night’s sleep.
Take a subtle approach - Monochrome doesn’t necessarily mean geometric, which often springs to mind when you think of the term. This hip modern loft shows a more subtle approach to furniture placement. I love the use of contrasting black grids on the windows – it really draws your eye out.
Jackson Paige Interiors worked their magic on this Brentwood remodel by incorporating built-ins for a clean, structured backdrop. Consequently, accent colors and accessories drive the decor and give the room its unique design. Shown here, the eggplant, light blue and orchid colors on the daybed give the space a punch of color while coordinating with the teal paint on the wall. The white backdrop also allows accessories to reign.
To soften the living room's more industrial elements, like the concrete floors and steel-grid windows, the architects infused the space with light wood beams and ceiling panels. With these rustic textures at play, the home better complements its natural surroundings.
Exterior lighting mounted underneath the roof overhang gives the house a warm, welcoming glow. A frosted glass garage door lets in filtered natural light during the day and blends in with the home's black grid windows when illuminated at night.
The grid pattern of a decorative ceiling treatment is mimicked in the geometric lines of the tile and windows in this contemporary indoor pool space in Reno. Walls of glass connect the home's living and entertaining spaces, and connect the home to its seven-acre property in Reno, Nevada.
The large flexible open space offers jaw-dropping views of downtown San Diego and the bay through the floor-to-ceiling windows. An orange shag area rug defines the living room seating area that features a large sectional. Grid-like squares create a focal wall where the TV and floating fireplace sit.
Large concrete tiles made a grid to form the walkway and backyard at this modern home. Slivers of grass between the slabs add breaks of color to the industrial look. The beige exterior walls are filled with large windows and sharp corners for a clean, modern look. Wood balconies with glass railings adds a warmer tone to the exterior color scheme.