Once a Jewish school, this space is now a multi-level single family townhouse located in New York City. Each level includes windows that span from the floor (almost) to the ceiling and a large, slanted skylight that make this home a haven for natural light.
We know what you're thinking—where could this glass house possibly be located? Well, the answer is Corsica, an island that belongs to France and sits off the southern coast. To say you need to see the rest of the photos of this breathtaking home is an understatement.
The Danish do it best—even when it comes to decorating around floor to ceiling windows. Virtually tour this Scandinavian house, decorated in all whites, grays, and pastels, all while imagining lounging in this window-filled nook.
Floor to ceiling windows that border your backyard make you feel like you're almost outside. So you can enjoy your television (or company) and your nature, too, which we imagine is probably not an issue for this Melbourne-based dweller.
Nina Holst of Stylizimo, one of Norway's most beloved interior blogs, shared images of her own home renovation that include amazing floor to ceiling windows—in different styles—covering an entire side of her house.
This is exactly how we assumed chic Amsterdam dwellers live. Okay, so this is actually a showroom, but even that won't stop us from fawning over the high ceilings, herringbone floors, and of course, the windows.
Every inch of this Austin, Texas home is PERFECT—and that's a superlative we don't throw around lightly. Our favorite part? Obviously the high, high ceilings made even more stunning with black-paned windows.