Bring the eye candy to your next Zoom meeting with these ten backgrounds featuring Western Window Systems’ massive moving glass walls.
Immersive Indoor-Outdoor Living in Santa Barbara
Your colleagues will want to get all up in your kitchen when they see this indoor-outdoor dining setup. Designed by Place architecture principal Johnny Hirsh, the kitchen of this home in Santa Barbara, California, has sliding windows above the sink and sliding patio doors that let natural light into your lunch meetings.
Majestic Arizona Mountain Views
Bring the desert into your digital world with background views of the McDowell Mountains in north Phoenix, Arizona. K2 Signature Homes built this 6,200-square-foot house on the slope of Mummy Mountain and outfitted it with big glass offering views of four nearby mountain ranges.
Westlake Village Remodel Blends Nature and Comfort
Interior designer Emma Oslac Walsh created a living room in her Westlake Village, California, home that offers a quiet reprieve surrounded by elements like brick, steel, and wood. Glass patio doors give a glimpse of the verdant landscape outside.
Spacious and Energy Efficient in Phoenix
A 20-foot-wide moving wall of glass lets in loads of natural light while offering expanded space and helping to achieve the energy objectives Ben Dusan of Blue Logic Construction had for this home in the highly desirable Phoenix neighborhood of Arcadia.
Open Wide to Virginia Skies
Floor-to-ceiling windows on a vaulted wall in this Virginia home give a wide-open view of the expansive outdoor courtyard, trees, and sky. With a view like this behind you, who needs a stock art forest?
Bring the Maryland Woodlands Inside
The woodlands of Maryland are on display throughout this modern glass house featuring an open floor plan and an array of sliding glass patio doors and fixed and operable windows.
Virginia Living Large
Keep your background bright and cool with this slice of modern indoor-outdoor living in Virginia. The contemporary composition of glass, grey stone, steel, and wood adds an attractive splash to any virtual brainstorming session.