1,480 steps Craftsman Home Design Photos

Bret Achtenhagen's Seasonal Services
2 Reviews
Casual Craftsman
Ideabooks6,093
Questions1
stone steps
stone steps...Like steps
“Landscaping” — alixdavidson
FGY Architects
6 Reviews
Parkinson Avenue East
Ideabooks7,072
Questions7
Hi guys! Do you know/remember what brick was used for the steps and low wall?
Landing on steps for planters
only 3 steps...Steps circling...brick steps
“beams under eaves” — moonchild60
Christian Gladu Design
7 Reviews
Elgin
Ideabooks9,825
Questions12
Yes the steps were poured on site.
Stepping stones leading to house
Stepping stones....Stepping stpnes
“..” — alvinvergara
Moore Architects, PC
Arlington Bungalow
Ideabooks6,574
Questions7
clean, bright steps. wood floor. panels
Oak floors & steps & railing with white risers.
simple lines newel post on last step to save space want more natural wood and less white
Bottom step
“ceiling” — tonyandjulie
Deep River Partners
2 Reviews
Craftsman Home
Ideabooks3,079
Questions3
Rock and wood, but you'd have to watch your step
Like the entry look and rustic stone steps
STONE STEPS IN FRONT
Front steps for ranch
Rock on step
“Door” — abolson
Studio S Squared Architecture, Inc.
40 Reviews
San Carlos Craftsman 2nd Story Addition
Ideabooks5,628
Questions10
this is probably how we will do steps from dining room french doors
patio step design....3 Window step and
“Window” — kcook57
Gardner Mohr Architects LLC
10 Reviews
tropical craftsman
Ideabooks2,828
Questions1
Cheat sheet: ◦Art deco: Popular in the 1920s and 1930s; zigzags, sharp angles and stepped designs; influenced by jazz and skyscrapers. Think The Great Gatsby. ◦Art nouveau:
Idea for entry door side of steps to further isolate living room from entryway.
Cheat sheet:Art 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
“Library” — firefly0911
Peek Design Group
8 Reviews
Maple Avenue Home
Ideabooks674
Questions1
Getting Into Design The next step is to evaluate the design elements you want in your fence, making sure your choices will enhance your home’s architecture. 4. Are there tie-ins from
Getting Into Design The next step is to evaluate the design elements you want in your fence, making sure your choices will enhance your home’s architecture. 4. Are there tie-ins from
Getting Into DesignThe next step is to evaluate the design elements you want in your fence, making sure your choices will enhance your home’s architecture. 4. Are there tie-ins from the house you can add to the fence? Tie-ins are easy ways to integrate your fence into your home’s architecture. “If you
“hardscaping” — Ara Sevajian
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