10,700 wood step design Entry Design Photos

Jon Luce Builder
have to consider weather. Any suggestions on finish? are the slabs laid on a wood framed foundation? Thanks so much for the help. No one around here seems
laid on a wood framed foundation? Thanks so much for the help. No one around here seems to be to knowledgable on this kind of thing.
outside of our house and absolutely LOVE your design and workmanship. Pity you are not in Australia!
These steps are a tan lueder limestone and have a honed
honed finish. This stone is very porous and isn't slippery. The steps are supported by the foundation. We are actually in Austin, not San Antonio!
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“Pavers” — kmyers77
Andrew Snow Photography
My Houzz: Creative Open-Concept Home in Toronto
Photo: Andrew Snow Photography © Houzz 2012 Design: Creative Union Network
What are you using for the steps and where can I get them?
Cool, minimal railing, slatted wood steps.
portal through projecting steel plates lining the recessed opening; the wood-slat steps float above rocks; and a minimal railing is the last piece in this simple
above the street, it allowed the designers an opportunity to update the traditional front stoop. They extended the second step to become a bench and can often
The front entrance of the property lies on a quiet side street steps away from the bustling and vibrant intersection of Queen and Bathurst Streets. Wrapped
What are the steps made from?...extended step serves as a bench
“Bench as part. Of the stairs” — jjiagd
Barwon Heads Holiday Home
I would love to do timber cladding on my upstairs extension, can you please tell me what type of wood this is
8. Illuminate stairs. Minimalism comes into play in this entrance, where the wood paneling
we need to do this at back steps along driveway
8. Illuminate stairs. Minimalism comes into play in this entrance, where the wood paneling and flooring have
the lights here are directed downward to minimize glare but illuminate each step clearly.
have been seamlessly executed. Each wood board has a slightly different hue, giving the exterior depth and texture. The lighting is a finishing touch — the
type of wood is the timber cladding?...glare but illuminate each step clearly.
“light stairs” — 35yearpuppies
Arrow. Land + Structures
5 Reviews
Lake Forest Residence
Design / Construction / Craftsmanship by: Arrow. Land+Structures. Marco Romani, RLA. Landscape Architect.
I like this entrance design a lot. Where did you buy the lighting? Thx
Can these be done in a standard front step rectangular look?
what is the material used for both the walls and steps?
We are designing a house in SC, and would love to be able to incorporate the same or similar
build the house itself. In this picture: we designed and built the front entry court, radial stone steps, pillars, bluestone walk, bluestone landing,
so that makes it 26"x26" on top. The height, as measured from the second step to the top of the stone coping is 26".
suggestion or design, I would greatly appreciate. Here a Pic of home, thank you Kind regards, Johanna
“entrence pillar idea” — thomasmac87
Fivecat Studio | Architecture
3 Reviews
Katonah Lake Shore Modern
Similar design to ours with frosted glass and simple wood grain door
The design of the steps is nice
The slab of stones on the front step...Great steps...back steps?...Gray house wood door...Rock base. (Wood on top?)...Entry, stone steps...wood front door...wood overhang
“Stone and tile” — Hilary Embry
Christian Gladu Design
7 Reviews
Pickhardt Residence
what material are the steps made of ? Love it!
wood siding, trim, angular steps, double rafters extended
all wooden entryway with cement steps...Cool front step/door...wood rafter design...front steps...step on step...Soffit design...angled front steps...Concrete steps...Asian influenced design...polished concrete steps...natural wood trim...Medium Wood...Christian Gladu Design
“Love this style color” — Barbara Wilson
Mohler + Ghillino Architects
20 Reviews
Flip/Flop House(S)
What is the height and depth of the steps? Thank you.
Thanks for your question. The wood is tight knot cedar with clear cedar boards at the nosing of the steps. The finish is Sikkens Cetol Dek in
The steps up to the front door are done well
Is this deck synthetic or wood?...Wrap around steps...front steps...Porch design...Option: cover cement w/ wood...Like the wood stairs...steps down to different material...blue & wood...Steps and lights on steps...Love the wood deck...Step pattern...wood front door...wood patio...wood stairs...Medium Wood
“sidin” — molynm
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
5 Reviews
150 W
mid-lot while exploring opportunities for extended outdoor living spaces designed for the Canadian climate. The building’s plan and section is focused around
for year-round use, while providing the framework for integrated passive design strategies. Architect: nkA Photography: Peter A. Sellar / ...
entrance handle can be like this. Entrance steps can be this sharp.
The concrete steps, integrated with the wall separating them from the driveway and planter beds, reminds me of Carlos Scarpa's Olivetti Showroom in Venice
“Dream home exterior” — bernie9711
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