162 finished Mediterranean Staircase Design Photos

Claudio Ortiz Design Group, Inc.
1 Review
Exterior, Entry, Living Room, Kitchen and Bedroom
color and finish of the walls. Thank you!
smooth finish knowing that you will have a bigger market wanting that particular look on the walls. Regarding the sharp corners, they are not difficult to replace except that it can be time consuming specially if you do not have too much practice at it. However, not knowing the architectural style of
with a finished surface ready for paint or paper, you'd first nail on small strips of wood called laths, then put on several different layers of plaster. The work was time consuming and difficult to master. Today you'll be hard pressed to find anyone installing a traditional plaster finish from scratch
smooth wall finish? looks nice and clean.
“beautiful” — vitaminmc
Mediterranean Staircase
matte finishes. This adds wonderful depth to the patterns. Tip: When selecting patterned tiles for your stair risers, it is okay (and encouraged) to combine different patterns. Just make sure the colors work well together. For Catalina style tile, check out California Pottery Works
“Railing” — rotellhouse
Claudio Ortiz Design Group, Inc.
1 Review
Exterior, Entry, Living Room, Kitchen and Bedroom
Stucco wall finish ultra smooth
painted finish
“Railing” — xcapricornxx
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Full service Interior Design Firm
Great Falls Distinctive Interiors Inc.
1 Review
Tuscan Elegance
stucco finish, provide a seamless look. From the dramatic foyer, archways lead to adjoining spaces. On one side, the foyer segues into an atrium housing a Steinway piano and a dramatic stairway with a hand-forged rail. Photography Alain Jaramillo
stucco finish
“Hate it. ;)” — lilsair
Lawrence Architecture, Inc.
2008 Parade of Homes house
a faux finish, try Valspar's Crisp Linen (CI205) for a similar paint color.
faux finish
“Staircase brickwork” — erikkooba2
Coyote Design Architecture + Planning PLLC
5 Reviews
Fox Island Haven
marble finish...I don't remember exactly how they did it but it goes a little something like this: http://www.ehow.com/how_8090_faux-marble-plaster.html thanks for the question!!
faux finish
“vb” — kcarrion27
Letitia Holloway
12 Reviews
Tuscan Project
faux finish
“stairwell lighting” — performcoach
Bluegrass Fine Homes
1 Review
Terranova Court
faux finish
“Plants” — metrice
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