Interior window walls create intimacy within spaces without blocking light and air.
Interior window walls are being used more often, especially in open floor plan homes. One idea is to use a pair of french doors separated by an interior window wall. Here, it provides entry into a dining area. While the idea is modern, the use of a natural finish wood brings a touch of traditional. The divided glass allows natural light into the adjoining living room, creates a cozy area within the home, while providing a view to the great outdoors. We considered this solution to divide the kitchen from the great room in our cottage. Our architect suggested leaving our plan open, but a window wall could easily be added to many existing homes.
Steel framed casement windows are all the rage. These rest on the painted brick walls of this master bath retreat, creating an intimate entrance to the tub alcove. The antique earthenware tub rests on a mosaic tile floor with a border that repeats the window lines and color.
A pair of steel framed french doors provide glamour in a luxurious master bath. The left door allows a peak into the shower, while the right doors leads to the water closet.
(Sources: Elle Decor, Madeline Stuart)
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