181,532 brick stairs Home Design Photos

Thom Filicia Inc.
1 Review
Lake House
Stairs. Risers could be painted white
Stairs between studio and mudroom/garage area... Nice storage for under the stairs.
Stairs (black risers, natural steps), Under-mounted sink, abinest, use of red.
Stuff to go under the stairs
Small house may have to have stairs in kitchen to the bedroom loft
I like the idea of painting the stair risers like this, a darker color and then if we change the treads we can match the wood floor.
“hardware” — hollyollila
Northern Virginia Full Service Kitchen and Bath Remodeler
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Modus Design Studio
The glass concept and floating stair concept
stairs and the glass wall
Maine basement stair case turn
Undercut wood stairs
at the stair from above ...
JAM stair...Glass stair case...Stairs love!...stair case...Short stairs...stairs and glass...Silhouetted stair...Stairs side...these stairs?
“trim with taller bottom piece” — melissajmann
Ehrlich Architects
1 Review
Waldfogel Residence
Window lovers matching stair case. Window well
Open Stair in Front of Window
cable stair/guardrail with frosted glass treads, steel stringers and guardrail/handrail supports, and a wood handrail. The last picks up on the wood mullions and actually steals the show; note how the handrail bends and curves to transition from run to run.
“Handrail” — 2nyad
WA design
8 Reviews
Berkeley Courtyard House
photo, the stair that we glanced from outside sits prominently next to a gray wall with various cutouts. This stair leads to the only upstairs space in the living pavilion, a loft that sits over the entry and looks towards the courtyard. The entry and stair sit in the middle of the plan, separating it into
“Steps color” — montalvo83
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
amazing metal "slat" stair rail, dark beam
Takes care of a lot of problems with the stairs!
I like the steel banisters coupled with the wooden stairs.
the same stair reveals how from certain angles the guardrail can appear solid, owing to the size and shape of the pickets. View them head-on and they are nearly transparent.
“metal wood blue scheme” — Jenni Ochsner
Uptic Studios
2 Reviews
Coeur D’Alene Residence on Lake Coeur D’Alene
Spiral stair.... Looks nice and not too big...
stairs with own place
Cool stairs for cabin
size for basement stairs
Model stair-traditional
Loft stairs...The stairs...man closet stairs...Stairs cool!...Love the stairs...Second stair...and wood stairs...Stair case...Spiral stair...wall near stairs...attic stairs...modern stairs
“Love spiral!!” — hailey2000rocks
Becki Peckham
My Houzz: Upscale Townhome With A View In Downtown St. John's
brown with white for back stairs
The light in the stair well
Stairs for west end of house
flights of stairs all day." During the renovation she replaced the stair treads and refinished all the floors in the house. The dark railing nicely contrasts the medium brown floors and light walls, and ties in with the kitchen island.Wall paint: Timid White, Benjamin Moore; stairs, floor stain: English Chestnut
“2 parts early American and 1 part Gun Stock” — 4mamalora
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Stair update
original stairs remain the same the addition of a window and built-in bookcase as well as a new paint job give these stairs a nice makeover. Renovation/Addition. Rob Karosis Photography
of the stairs that wears better?
What type of covering is on the stairs and landing?
Hello, The stair treads and landing are painted. I believe that is Benjamin Moore's 1565 Mount Saint Anne. Hope that helps!
Love the stairs. can you tell me the paint color and company?
Family room stairs add window and seat?
Bookcase at bottom of kids stairs
bookcase on stairs and design of stairs
could this work at the bottom of stairs on foyer wall? niche cut out into the closet area
“interesting book case location” — brendasalazar
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