4 light blue throw Asian Staircase Design Photos

Ashford Associates
2 Reviews
Ashford Associates
Ideabooks569
Questions1
Cut wall out in stairwell to let in light to stairwell
stairs window on either side of stairs for lighting the den
This staircase looks simple but the design is clean and consistent. The blue of the walls on one side with the white on the other reflects the transitional nature of the staircase. The simple artwork hung here adds charm to the design of the space. And the carpet runner serves to protect the staircase
“carpet runner” — nfiftal
Michael Merrill Design Studio, Inc
16 Reviews
San Francisco Stairway
Ideabooks2,264
Questions5
This urban townhouse, located a stone's throw from AT&T Park was full of opportunity. Tall ceilings, new construction, a great sense of style, good bathrooms, and plenty of space were all in our favor. Lighting however, was not. It was especially lacking in the living and dining rooms where we added
added sconces, floor lamps, and on the concrete ceiling above an overhead track lighting system. To personalize the space we put together a few strong over-scaled pieces of art, a 19th Century Karabaugh carpet, and some fine contemporary furniture pieces. (2005-2006) Photos © Douglas Salin
“Stick art” — vbnet
Michael Merrill Design Studio, Inc
16 Reviews
San Francisco Stairway
Ideabooks2
Questions0
This urban townhouse, located a stone's throw from AT&T Park was full of opportunity. Tall ceilings, new construction, a great sense of style, good bathrooms, and plenty of space were all in our favor. Lighting however, was not. It was especially lacking in the living and dining rooms where we added
added sconces, floor lamps, and on the concrete ceiling above an overhead track lighting system. To personalize the space we put together a few strong over-scaled pieces of art, a 19th Century Karabaugh carpet, and some fine contemporary furniture pieces. (2005-2006) Photos © Douglas Salin
“art David ward” — ericakoeppen
Dinmore & Cisco Architects, Inc.
4 Reviews
Keapu Mauka
Ideabooks1,807
Questions2
Could we do pin lights like these at a lower level in the wall to throw light on the stairs and eliminate the sconces? Cost?
Can wedo this in basement to add light down stairs?
“Shelves” — ahahai
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