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Orinda Residence 4
i like the concrete stairs between the decks
cement stairs, steps
Floating deck pieces
concrete stair and wood
pool wood stairs...cement stairs...walk float deck
Full metal jacket
freestanding stairs...Back stair
Griffin Enright Architects
GRIFFIN ENRIGHT ARCHITECTS: Mandeville Canyon Residence
marble for stairs n make black door
The stairs are cool.
concrete floating mixed with steel
Articulation of steps is also a consideration. These steps appear monolithic, whereas many of the previous examples floated or had a lip on the tread. Here the material treatment is consistent with the concrete walls of the house.
Studio MM, pllc
209 N 12th Street Loft
love the floating table and the floors
floating table, steel and stone
Floating countertop...acrylic stairs
Peregrine Design Build
Modern Living Room Addition
float wall add tv to the bedroom side of the wall
Living room floating wall
Floating wall...stairs match beams
Modern Loft Project
floating desk under stairs in whats now the kitchen
floating desk top in the window nooks in bonus room
Awkward spots can work well for little office spaces. The floating desk in this bedroom looks great and can act as a writing surface when inspiration strikes.Photos: Browse through more small desk ideas, or find under-stair desks and office spaces.
to fit and installed. Then all you need is a chair to kick it into action. If you don’t want to add extra shelving or block cabinetry, try mounting floating shelves or shadow boxes to house your bits and bobs. You could even hang clipboards to keep your papers organised and off the desk.
Mason Miller Architect
Noe Valley remodel
How do these gorgeous shelves work? I thought floating shelves couldn't be so thin. What kind of wood are they.
Are there open stairs behind the sink??
backsplash floating shelves and subway tile
Hello, Yes, that's a stair.
Floating shelves...floating shelves
American Modern Thomas O'Brien
modern style, but gives you the idea of a floating hearth
To add a muscular touch to his neutral palette, he sometimes injects dashes of black, particularly a shiny black. He often does this with doors and stair banisters, and when decorating with midcentury-modern furniture, as seen here. TIp: Stand tradition on its head. When laying tile or brick, place the