6,476 stair window Hall Design Photos

E. B. Mahoney Builders, Inc.
3 Reviews
Radnor House
Ideabooks16,982
Questions7
Love the window seat! Can someone please tell me the dimensions? I especially want to know
Hello I was wondering how wide the window seat is? Thanks!
The window seat in this cozy reading nook is 4ft wide and 13 inches deep. Thank you for your
The seat under the window and the stairs
window seat - upstairs hall piece of furniture
often little else, but it you are lucky enough to have a window on one, why not build in a window seat? Suddenly, you have a reason to linger in an otherwise
“Hall” — Divine Dwelling Interior Design
Huestis Tucker Architects, LLC
4 Reviews
Cove Park Residence
Ideabooks5,428
Questions3
Build in benches at top of attic stairs by window
Use of space behind stairs/window seat
Stairs would come up in same position ?...Attic stairs...Attic stairs I...Window seat with storage...the window seat...mil work around window...Stair railings...Railing, open stairs...Stairs and flooring...window seat
“different color on ceiling” — pammied
ALICE BLACK INTERIORS
2 Reviews
Hamptons, NY I
Ideabooks5,400
Questions6
window seat and hidden closet in stair landing
window seat at the top of the stair case
detail to the windows seat in the living room
A stair landing on the way to the master bedroom is outfitted with a window seat. From here you can look out to the front entrance and spot arriving guests
Window at top of steps?...Window seat & wall...Dark stair rail...Seating corner on stairs...Windows -Arnold...Stairs to second level...window seat...Possible open stair design...window bench staircase
“Molding” — Deanna McGill
Loudoun County Custom Builder - Best of Houzz 2014
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Arcanum Architecture
Palo Alto Residence
Ideabooks3,673
Questions5
I really like the stair treatment! Can you tell me what type of wood
Hi, have you ever found out about the stairs? Thank you.
contemporary partially glazed front door, steel stair railing
Is the stair rail custom or pre-fab?...Stairs - What is the wood and carpet?...Stair rail?...direction of stair...windows, floor to ceiling...I like the stairs...stairs 4...stair tread with multiple materials....Stair balustrade...stair rails, simple, clean...Stairs windows...Stair runner...Back window
“Concrete Floors w/Warm Wood tones” — loriwenner
Rosenberg Kolb Architects
1 Review
Salisbury Residential Home
Ideabooks984
Questions1
detailed simply to recall the 19th century farmhouses in the area. Large windows and ‘french’ doors open the living room and family room to the terrace and
Window seat at the top of the stairs
Top of stairs , window seat...Bay window...bench seat in ay window...Window seat...stair and window seat...Curtains for our bay window...Window bench...for the master bedroom window?...top of stairs ideas...Floors and stair rails...Window bench :)...Like the window seating
“Window seat” — lhession
Donald Lococo Architects
22 Reviews
Early American Colonial Home
Ideabooks302
Questions2
this could be how we panel the underside of our stairs
bottoms of stairs exposed or at least angle showing
open stairs, not boxed in. i want this. looks oldfashioned and neat character
simple paneling under stair
“simple paneling under stair” — erinorankin
RW Anderson Homes
1 Review
Moore Residence
Ideabooks675
Questions0
contemporary home, featuring arched beams, built-in shelving, and frosted glass windows.
balusters from stair rail to floor though either
Windows in stairwell with frosted glass.
Black cap on pony wall and stair railing helps hide finger
Stairs and windows...window by the stairs...windows frosted below...wall for stairs...window options for...Stair windows
“Trim matches wall” — Daniel Smith
V.I.Photography & Design
5 Reviews
Entryways
Ideabooks82
Questions0
to contemporary but like idea of wall of windows on one side and small windows on other side
“Le carrelage bleu” — Malligaie Ltmn
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