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use of the stairs with cupoards
Dining room in staircase room. Great storage under stairs.
space under the stairs
good storage under stairs
Te wood slab kitchen
and under stair storage
under stair csabinets
stair storage and wishbone chairs
Storage under stairs
Under stairs storage
under stairs storage
Stairs and cabinet...Stairs for avida...under stair storage...Our stairs...under the stairs...stair rail...under stairs...Stair closet...Stairs & Chairs
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No wood tears but gorgeous stairs
like the stairs - no wood
Love the rails and tiled stairs - beautiful
would love for my stairs to look like this
Stair look not railings tho
Like stair rails designs
Architecture and stairs
Scroll work on stairs
Slab and Tile Riser...My dream stairs...Stair case...grang entry stairs...the stairs...marble stairs...stone stairs
Oconomowoc Whole House Remodel
concrete stairs with rock boarder for retaining
stairs and landscape to the back of house
love the outside stairs and rocks
Concrete steps stained?
Stairs from deck to "courtyard"
English style stairs
Stairs down north side
Outdoor stairs...Stairs, bricks...Stair entry...Stairs up...stairs down the
Daniel Marshall Architect
Stairs landing design
hand rail glass on stairs
Wooden floating stairs
Wood and glass stairs
Lighting and stairs...Clear stairs...Love stairs...sunken stair...Suspenden stairs...Love the stairs
Deep Eddy Residence
could use stairs behind the kitchen idea in order to access sleeping platform- eg stair behind sinks or shower
? What r kitchen view might look like if we put wall stairs right behind it
Pretty cool hidden stair idea, but brill space :-) xo
Display and cupboards in front of up stairs
Dark concrete and timber front
Stairs behind kitchen
book shelves in stairs
kitchen n stair...the stair...Stairs wrap kitchen...concrete floor
Turnbull Griffin Haesloop
Sonoma County Residence
Even the stair design harkens to the classic Jacobs Ladder design in Maori raranga/weaving
interior stairs - but jack and jill and bathroom in middle
To lengthen the fuse that ignites the visual fireworks, a simple stair with a cable rail system runs in front of the entry. It leads upstairs to a small sleeping loft.
house transition into concrete site walls extending the architecture into the landscape. A flush Ipe Wood deck surrounds 2 sides of the pool opposite an architectural water fall. Concrete paving slabs disperse into lawn as it extends towards the river. A series of free-standing concrete screen walls further
fire pit. A long concrete seat wall guides visitors to the front entry accentuated by a tall ornamental grass backdrop. Local boulders, rivers stone and River Birch where also incorporated into the entry landscape, borrowing from the materiality of the Connecticut River below. The concrete facades of the
Length and width of each slab?
Poured concrete and that is Festuca glauca 'Elijah Blue' Blue Fescue Grass
Twelve Stones Designs
needed to be done by an experienced artist. Plus the slab must be evaluated and prepped properly. Then, there is also the sealing and continued maintenance. I always educate my clients about the wear-and-tear and proper maintenance of a stained concrete floor because the skim coat and stain will wear off
in 'patina' and, though it's an aesthetic decision for each person, I actually prefer it applied over less-than-perfect slabs. We applied it to a chipped, cracked paint-stained slab and felt the stain enhanced the overall 'lived in' appearance.
In fact, the mottling comes from an uneven application which I'd argue is a whole lot easier than an even application. :) One must certainly prep the slab, true. That could involve grinding which, while DIY, is likely better left to a contractor as they'd have experience with the tools. But, IMHO, the