Glass Railing Designs & Ideas

Carlsbad, California, Modern
Carlsbad, California, Modern
dRichards InteriorsdRichards Interiors
This project combines high end earthy elements with elegant, modern furnishings. We wanted to re invent the beach house concept and create an home which is not your typical coastal retreat. By combining stronger colors and textures, we gave the spaces a bolder and more permanent feel. Yet, as you travel through each room, you can't help but feel invited and at home.
Ferntree Gully Project
Ferntree Gully Project
Apex Landscapes & PoolsApex Landscapes & Pools
Tim Turner
Sorrento House Outdoor Living
Sorrento House Outdoor Living
Rob Mills Architecture & InteriorsRob Mills Architecture & Interiors
The pool level, with its entertaining terrace and visually significant fireplace and chimney, acts as a podium to the house, facing north to capture the sun. By connecting directly to the large living area the indoor and outdoor spaces become one. Photography Earl Carter
Staircases
Staircases
Scott Pease PhotographyScott Pease Photography
Architect: HSB Architects, Cleveland OH Location: Rocky River, OH Photographer: Scott Pease
Modern Custom Home
Modern Custom Home
Gordon Weima Design BuilderGordon Weima Design Builder
Jason Flynn Architect Gordon King Photography
Goldfields Ruin
Goldfields Ruin
Centrum ArchitectsCentrum Architects
The dramatic link between old and new.
Rockledge
Rockledge
Aria Design IncAria Design Inc
Architecture by Horst Architects www.horst-architects.com Toby Ponnay Photography
Taylor Creek Ranch
Taylor Creek Ranch
Upside  DevelopmentUpside Development
Upside Development completed an contemporary architectural transformation in Taylor Creek Ranch. Evolving from the belief that a beautiful home is more than just a very large home, this 1940’s bungalow was meticulously redesigned to entertain its next life. It's contemporary architecture is defined by the beautiful play of wood, brick, metal and stone elements. The flow interchanges all around the house between the dark black contrast of brick pillars and the live dynamic grain of the Canadian cedar facade. The multi level roof structure and wrapping canopies create the airy gloom similar to its neighbouring ravine.
Mountain Getaway
Mountain Getaway
Sticks + Stones Design Group Inc.Sticks + Stones Design Group Inc.
This amazing home was built on Alpine Trails, in Fernie, British Columbia and features modern efficiencies and a hybrid timber frame. The house was split into 2 distinct dwellings: The primary house featuring an attached 2-car garage, 3-bedrooms and open living spaces. The Secondary Suite also has an attached single car garage, a private entrance and an additional 2 bedrooms. The wood siding and soffits are complemented by beautiful timber detailing throughout the interior and exterior of the home. Contracor: Elk River Mountain Homes Photographer: Brian Pollock

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