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PostHeaderIcon Contemporary East Windsor Home Design by Alterstudio

contemporary east windsor residence design

contemporary east windsor residence design

The East Windsor Residence designed by Alterstudio, with a design using natural materials that aims to return to nature, which combines natural stone, glass windows, and partly from forest timber. Homeowners go through the revolving glass doors, where the rock show dressed road companion, and was immediately greeted by a staircase made of solid oak tread staircase floats above ebonized two steel channels, and hanging in a vertical space of three floors Beyond. an etched glass wall to catch the shadow projection of a stand of giant bamboo, and a bunch of clear glass to focus the eye to the private garden. Here is an open plan laminated glass accented by low-angle e, and Akari are two lantern slide panel .. Beautifully veneered cabinet and suitable areas along Lacewood marble bath ensemble and add flavor and delicacy of entry strategy. Read the rest of this entry »

PostHeaderIcon Pictures Decorative Interior Glass Doors – Spin by Rimadesio

modern interior glass doors
Nowadays inside doors are made of different materials, but the glass is the most elegant solution for any modern apartment. It may be a perfect according to any glossy lacquered furniture and can adjust them a very stylish and aesthetic appearance. Italian company Rimadesio great offer interior glass doors, which are characterized not only by refining the design but also by the intelligent and high quality gear. One of the most interesting collections is the spin. Collection includes various internal glass door with lovely locks. Their exclusive hold blocks are equipped with an attractive closure, which allows to make the opening and closing very comfortable. More usual in models of door glass doors are available with swing and sliding version, which not only look very interesting but can also help you to save space. More information you can find the Rimadesio site. Read the rest of this entry »