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Ogawa Fisher Architects
New front staircase
A one-story Craftsman bungalow was raised to create a two story house. The front bedroom was opened up to create a staircase connecting the two floors. photograph by Joe Fletcher Photography
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Camelot Homes Ltd.
Music by the Sea
interior design details
Richard Leggin Architects
Arts and Crafts
12. Example of interior hallway window - - use in wall of former upstairs kitchen repurposed to bedroom to bring in light from hallway window. Build French style window
newel post design
Specialized Stair and Rail Ltd.
Cherry and Jatoba Stair
Solid jatoba treads accent this closed riser cherry wood staircase. This traditional stair blends fine details with simple design. The natural finish accentuates the true colour of the solid wood. The stairs’ open, saw tooth style stringers show the beautiful craftsmanship of the treads. Photography
clean contemporary design -- borrows from modern Asian aesthetic.
Gardner Mohr Architects LLC
Great woodwork! Who is the designer of the wallpaper border? It's lovely too.
deco: Popular in the 1920s and 1930s; zigzags, sharp angles and stepped designs; influenced by jazz and skyscrapers. Think The Great Gatsby. ◦Art nouveau: Popular in the late 19th century; whiplash curves; nature-inspired designs; finely crafted metal and wood. Think Rivendell or signs for the Paris
Notice the library, set apart by another pair of pillars. I think that is great design. It's separate, but linked enough that at Thanksgiving, you can put the kids' table in there. I like the rounded stairs too, and I love the peri
deco: Popular in the 1920s and 1930s; zigzags, sharp angles and stepped designs; influenced by jazz and skyscrapers. Think The Great Gatsby.Art nouveau: Popular in the late 19th century; whiplash curves; nature-inspired designs; finely crafted metal and wood. Think Rivendell or signs for the Paris Metro
Sroka Design, Inc.
wood floor design...Design, Inc....Position and design
Historic Whole House Renovation - stairway
I like the design...stairs design