110 green living wall Eclectic Staircase Design Photos

Tamar Schechner/Nest Pretty Things Inc
Colorful stairs
Ideabooks5,994
Questions2
Love the chest against the wall! How did you get the distressed look?
May I have the steps to distressing the chest/stand on the wall? Thanks!
...it's a mix of left over paints we had...greens and yellows.
What color green are the stairs? Thanks!
I love the rose artwork on the wall
pops of colour on walls and dresser; not the stairs
like the wall in front of staircase
a bucket of lively green paint.
Good ideas, like painting the stairs spring green, coupled with found objects, like this old cabinet that's been stripped to shabby chic perfection, are major craftiness indicators.See more of this colorful house
Green doesn't have to be on the wall. Use it as
doors and stairs. I love this surprising, cheery green staircase.
“Merdiven sahanlığı” — ilkaytek
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
5 Reviews
1095 Royal York
Ideabooks1,300
Questions3
plastic green grass on the wall - idea for the basement?
A living wall would a natural appeal.
In door wall vines and indoor in ground plantings
Glass wall and hand rail on top
Living wall application
grass wall installation
Growing walls staircase
Green wall panels...green on wall...Grassy walls...Green living panels...wall garden...boxwood mat wall...green plant walls...live art!...grass wall...Ivy wall...growing wall?...green walls...Green house...grass wall
“This one” — nmikail
Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab
6 Reviews
KitchenLab
Ideabooks5,558
Questions14
Could you tell me please.. are the walls as well as the stair trim,also white dove? The wall at the top looks almost green in shade.. maybe just because it's darker up there?
Would you be able to tell me the name of the paint color you used on the walls in this stairway area? Thank you!!
What is the wall color? Is it indeed Mosaic Glass, or is it something else? Are the upstairs and downstairs greens different?
with a two story foyer where the stairs are illuminated with wall sconces, do you need a pendant mounted fixture in ceiling which would add very little light but may be needed for aesthetics or decorative reasons?
May I ask what wall color you used here? It's beautiful.
I love this look! My 1890 home was restored inside, removing ALL the mouldings and having the plaster removed, which was in very bad shape. that enabled us to insulate the walls, which were not at all! The walls are new wallboard and
“Living room inspiration colirscheme” — Anne Anderson
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Kenig Residence Stairs
Ideabooks4,900
Questions5
Love the wall, what did you use to put up all the pics?
How is the sheet metal affixed to the wall - adhesive? Is it difficult to get the pieces flush with one anoth
Looks like a stalker lives here.
instead of cork board do a magnet wall
I love photo walls. I'd love
This is a metal wall, magnets to hold pics
Metal wall for magnetically hung pics
magnets to stick to the wall after the topcoat is applied. “This kind of paint can be tricky for homeowners to apply, because it takes many, many coats,” says Mughannam. “If you are doing it yourself, it is easier to deal with if you apply to a board and hang that on the wall.”
architects at Slade Architecture in New York gave a family the ability to display a large number of photos in an asymmetrical display by lining a stair wall in metal, which allows the photos to be attached by magnets. The fact that they are all color images brings them together and makes a very personal
“Stair and photo wall” — sampoo
Eclectic Staircase
Ideabooks7,221
Questions2
What kind of wood was used on the walls here? Is this MDF or something else?
Room in background. Has same stone fireplace but grey wall. good mix of the grey & beiges. has the ORANGE floors
living room layout and staircase molding
the staircase, and the other side the living and dining room
I like the ceiling in the living room with the can lights
Like the wall up the stairs as well as the idea of opening the wall below the stairs....
fireplace greys and wall color - nice match and soothing
I like the coffered wall going up
“Basement idea” — sarahlu8228
Janet Paik
Jr. League Park Lane House
Ideabooks4,883
Questions4
Could you please tell me the wall colour? So gorgeous!
Hi jvsanspronsen: I don't know the exact wall color, but encourage you to browse additional white paints here: ... ....
Love the seahorse lighting on the wall
I like the idea of one big piece on the staircase wall
A stair adjacent a living space...but does it work in a dining room?
used pale pink poinsettias," he says. On the stair rail, he created arrangements using two different kinds of tropical leaves: a palm and a variegated green and white leaf, tied with eucalyptus sprayed a glittery pale blue. Tip: "You can never have too much glitter for the holidays," Westbrook says. "Sparkly
“White wood and yello” — nniezgod
Daryl S. Rantis Architect
3 Reviews
Biltmore Park
Ideabooks1,617
Questions2
What color is on the walls
can I have this living area
color of walls, wood color and warmth, the casing of upper windows
dark floors light walls
wood and stucco colored walls
wall color/living room
Cool wall color and stairs
Living room...The walls and color...Wall color...Living room
“love this” — AKassya Flores
Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
2013 Holiday House NYC
Ideabooks468
Questions2
Love the wall under the stairs, is it painted or wallpaper?
Map wall - full of pictures (by the stairs and front door)
(available through florists), boxwood or pine, mixing in natural elements such as pinecones, acorns, juniper berries or dried citrus slices. The greens should last a few weeks before drying out, but pinecones and even dried citrus can be saved for next year. In celebration of his new book, Mario Buatta:
salal (available through florists), boxwood or pine, mixing in natural elements such as pinecones, acorns, juniper berries or dried citrus slices. The greens should last a few weeks before drying out, but pinecones and even dried citrus can be saved for next year.In celebration of his new book, Mario Buatta:
“Magnolias” — suzannewenzel
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