6 backyard dog Farmhouse Staircase Design Photos

Rauser Design
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Farmhouse Stair
Ideabooks6,681
Questions3
the dog ear
“wall abutting stairs” — leahcollier
Clayton&Little Architects
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Foster Residence
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which had the stairs located at the back of the house, but that would have prevented an expansion of the main bedroom and blocked views to the leafy backyard.Paint: Cape Hatteras Sand, Benjamin Moore
“Stair railings” — lbjmontana
Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd.
24 Reviews
Mercer HIll Farm - Staircase
Ideabooks708
Questions1
What is the purpose of blocking the step? ( it is blocked, right?) For a dog perhaps?
Yes, the staircase is blocked to keep the dogs from going upstairs. When you can see it with the series of photos (attached) it makes more sense how it works. The stair tread nosing and the riser were designed to lift and lock into place. It allows for traditional staircase details without the use
great idea to block kids or dogs
To block dogs from going upstairs
Rise out of the floor baby/dog gate on stairs
Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd. Yes, the staircase is blocked to keep the dogs from going upstairs. When you can see it with the series of photos (attached) it makes more sense how it works. The stair tread nosing and the riser
“GENIUS!!!” — katiekoran1
Loudoun County Interior Designer
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Crisp Architects
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Massachusetts Farm House
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Stairways in old farmhouses often have such a steep pitch that they're like climbing a ladder. One look at the original staircase and the homeowner knew his dog wouldn’t be able to get upstairs. The wife came up with a plan to move the staircase and have a small landing halfway up that then turned. Now the Labrador
Stairways in old farmhouses often have such a steep pitch that they're like climbing a ladder. One look at the original staircase and the homeowner knew his dog wouldn’t be able to get upstairs. The wife came up with a plan to move the staircase and have a small landing halfway up that then turned. Now the Labrador
“The doors, handles and stairwell.” — mmemcg
Lisa Gabrielson Design
13 Reviews
Tuscan Farmhouse
Ideabooks101
Questions0
dog friendly
“Decor” — atrumpower26
Eric Stengel Architecture, llc
Horse Farm
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pretty stairs.. would be open on both sides and underneath for dogs
“Wainsoating” — ogloria
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