456 step lighting Eclectic Staircase Design Photos

Stewart St. entry
banister dark and steps light
White and black steps
floors and steps...Back Steps???
“Painted tred, bannister and newel post. Good color.” — gchudy
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Love these stairs, are the step part painted?
would this color wallpaper look good with a natural wood step??
i see you sell it in other colors but i love this color.... would it look ok with natural wood steps...??? bamboo strand natural? also just
We have timber treads and risers just painted a light grey at the moment, but want to liven it up and also find something that will not mark too quickly (I've been wondering about rubber?!) How do you
We would probably suggest the black/white version with natural wood steps over this taupe/white. Yes, one roll is 11 yards long and should easily cover standard steps. We can provide wallpaper samples for you to see in your space before purchasing a roll as well. Just
“Store” — adolats
Eclectic Staircase
I like the color on the steps. Perhaps steps going to basement?
I love the color added to this area that is sometimes ignored. I would do this on my lower level steps. It is a small space. It is also open on the risers now and that creates a dusty space below. With the tiles
I like the size if these stairs. Steps are wide :)
steps are boring this makes them fun.
“wow superb” — Basavaraj Hottiholi
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Are there any issues with building regs regarding the steps? ie trip hazard?
The steps are prone to create a problem. not code compliant.
Wide stairwell and deep steps. Neat
Alternating length of steps for display
little detail at top of side of steps
Alternating size steps
different length steps
Like the steps design
step levels...Step design...steps!! Very cool!...Alternate steps
“beadboard + display space on stairs” — lwbristol
Bell Landscape Architecture Inc.
7 Reviews
Coconut Harbour
Risers are from "California Tiles". Step treads are common terracotta.
funky tile steps for beach
Back steps eclectic!!!
The steps...basement steps...Mosaic steps...Green house steps...Front steps
“tiles” — yocho
Mina Brinkey
5 Reviews
Carcary Residence
numbers on steps, create decor on step in living room
Shona purchased a different number every time she went to a hardware store, accumulating a collection over time. “I added them because I always count steps as I go up and down,” she says. Curio cabinet: Blue Moon Trading Company
Decorate by numbersNumbering each step is an original way of jazzing up a white-painted staircase. You can stencil them on or buy front door numbers from a DIY store and screw or glue them
“Cool!!” — Lisa Langdon
Shannon Kaye
1 Review
Television and Corporate Projects
I think this would be so cute to do on the garage steps
basement step idea #1. Simple steps with interesting paint design
i like the painted steps with the runner but i think its the concept of
Put it in writingAdd a quirky twist to a painted runner by stencilling letters in the middle of each step. You could stencil the alphabet (perhaps best for those who have 26 steps exactly), spell out your name, write a message, or add a warm, fuzzy feel with hugs and kisses, as in this picture
“For store” — adolats
Polsky Perlstein Architects
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Traditional Estate Home
Think the Stairs are Oak, with a clear sealer used on steps and arbourite or a similar product as coloured risers. Sides of stairs painted to match walls. Ellie McGrenere
I like the idea of having light colorful painted steps like these. Not necessarily these same colors.
Suggests the unexpected. Creates a private corner to sit on a step and sip cocoa while talking to a dear friend over the phone
Step upStaircases are an oft-untapped resource, perfect for bright colours but rarely used to their full potential. These risers have been painted in a palette
“Non-traditional treds -- could this be a cheaper way to put wood on the stairs?” — gchudy
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