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13 headboards made from door Eclectic Staircase Design Photos
Krieger + Associates Architects Inc
Opening up the entryway and adding a new open staircase made a small space seem much larger. Sliding blue barn door hides the second floor laundry room. Photo: Jeffrey Totaro
What color is the door? Kind Regards..M
Where did you purchase sliding barn door??
Silly question but where did the dog come from?
The stair railing was custom made by metal fabricator Steve Schultz, Electro- Mechanical Systems. Something similar could be made for an exterior stair. www.emsmechanical.com.
metal railings custom made by fabricator
custom made by metal fabricator Steve Schultz, Electro- Mechanical Systems. Something similar could be made for an exterior stair. www.emsmechanical
like open staircase - light shared from both levels.
Park Slope Brownstone
Excellent trim detail. Can you tell me what profiles were used on the door casing and on the baseboards? Thanks.
would be a close match and of course the customer would sign off on it prior to being made. Not that difficult but the drafting time and the custome turning of it can get a bit expensive.
The baseboard is from Dykes- I believe it is a 131 cap on a 265 base...
these are 8" wide 'bespoke' pre-finished and scraped walnut floors from LV wood flooring
We have several place where we design a newel from a photograph and send it to them for production. I have done this
stairs with passageway in front of stairs if we move/extend the front door and vestibule
feel. While the carved newel on the staircase is original, the rest of the staircase was taken out and replaced with sturdy oak. Some of the original door casings didn't quite fit with the new, clean look of the home, so those were replaced too.
Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab
Could you tell me where you got the table from? I love it!
I have seen those at flea markets. It is an old glove mold where several gloves could be made at once. It's now "art"!
window covering for over the front door at the NP house
i like leaving the door frames dark - hmmm
3. Entryways and foyers can suffer from being forgotten and ignored — especially when we use side and back doors more often than our front entrances. Make your foyer into a little gallery of curiosities. While many of us may not use our front doors as much these days, we still walk through them to get
Polsky Perlstein Architects
Traditional Estate Home
where did you get that door?
how to I recreate the look of the tread? Maybe use just an oak 2x12 cut to fit? I'm wondering if this might be considerably cheaper than buying pre-made treads? I wish there were better photos of the treads here...so I could see it a little better.
achievable in any house; just choose your favourite colours and go for it. There’s no need to end up with a lot of leftover paint either – sample pots from the paint shop or hardware store are ample for two or three coats on each riser. You won’t just walk up these stairs when you’re done, you’ll bound
that would be impossible to create with carpet. Picking a host of candy colours adds a further shot of originality, while white walls stop the look from becoming too hectic.
Mod Black and White Kitchen
Where is that stair railing from?
Where is the rail made? Local? I assume it can be custom color....
Front door color
Daryl S. Rantis Architect
We custom designed this staircase and had it made with an iron company in Asheville, NC
Wood trim underneath stairs & landings. Wood doors & stained trim
Stairway from kichen/fam room
Mud and Wood
The Mud and Wood House
This is the landing at the top of the stairs in the Mud and Wood House, complete with child stair-gate made from hazel. A large roof-light allows light to pour down into the space. The glass blocks (on the right hand side of the photo) connect into the Sunset Lounge, allowing the glorious colours of
trees framing doors -- branches on banister are a little too much
Mad About Your House
than the door and framing it made it look much like a real bookcase.
" Instead she used bookshelf wallpaper from Young & Battaglia to create a faux wall of books on the upstairs door to her youngest son's room. Papering an area larger than the door and framing it made it look much
Papered door to look like bookcase
door is disguesed as a book shelve
wallpaper from Young & Battaglia to create a faux wall of books on the upstairs door to her youngest son's room. Papering an area larger than the door and framing it made it look much like a real bookcase. Bannister paint: Brinjal, Farrow & Ball
Instead she used bookshelf wallpaper from Young
Young & Battaglia to create a faux wall of books on the upstairs door to her youngest son’s room. Papering an area larger than the door and framing it made it look like a real bookcase. Bannister paint: Brinjal, Farrow & Ball