1,033 home on slope Mediterranean Staircase Design Photos

Malibu Ceramic Works
1 Review
Homan
Ideabooks245
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sloped ceilings
“love ceiling” — Zahir Campbell
Bunker Hill Design
Eurocraft
Ideabooks3,099
Questions4
Change of slope?
“stair a1” — halsalahi
BCV ARCHITECTS
1 Review
Hill House
Ideabooks2,836
Questions1
space a sense of history even in modern applications, as in this home.
Awesome spiral staircase completely in keeping with this home. Railings are set into the ochre yellow walls giving you the security
prehistoric times for cave paintings. It can give a space a sense of history even in modern applications, as in this home.
Nice way to add heritage to your home.
modern applications, as in this home.
Ocher yellow was once made from clays and was used in prehistoric times for cave paintings. It can give a space a sense of history even in modern applications, as in this home.
made from clays and was used in prehistoric times for cave paintings. It can give a space a sense of history even in modern applications, as in this home.
“The color” — khparis
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Kim Kendall Interiors is a full service Interior Design Firm.
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Claudio Ortiz Design Group, Inc.
1 Review
Exterior, Entry, Living Room, Kitchen and Bedroom
Ideabooks2,744
Questions7
typical and boring 1960s split-level home. Although I don’t have a photo of the space, I am renovating and wondering how to create a better flow and connection between rooms and levels? Any suggestions?
How do you paint two different colors in a rounded corner home
do not have too much practice at it. However, not knowing the architectural style of your home, again it's hard for me to recommend for you to remove the sharp corners. It you have a modern architectural style home with clean lines, then the sharp corners will probably be in keeping with the architecture
I really like split level homes. The separations are terrific and there's so much you can do with them. The photo is of a typical split where we removed all of the walls on the main
“Floors” — tiffaninye
Tommy Chambers Interiors, Inc.
Mediterranean Classic
Ideabooks6,198
Questions5
Photography by David Phelps Photography. Hidden behind gates stands this 1935 Mediterranean home in the Hollywood Hills West. The multi-purpose grounds feature an outdoor loggia for entertaining, spa, pool and private terraced gardens with hillside city views. Completely modernized and renovated with
cotton, wool, and silk used in Mediterranean home to mimic tapestries
For an opulent look, really push the length overboard. This method is most often used to reinforce a sense of history in a traditional or historical home.
Fabrics. Cotton, wool and silk textiles adorned every room of a Mediterranean home. Elegant drapes, pillows and rugs were sometimes made with heavier wovens to mimic the look of tapestry. Get this look: Purchase a few yards of a heavy
“love this idea - curtains” — divaroyality1
English Heritage Homes of Texas
Hutsell - Addition Lakewood
Ideabooks9,127
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The exterior staircase and banister matches the ironwork used in the rest of the home. The tile risers were hand painted to match the style of a neighboring Hutsell home. The tile around the downstairs door matches the tile used in the staircase.
Stair treads, like in this Dallas Meditterranean-style home, are the perfect place to work with patterned tile, especially if they're outdoors. Patterned stair treads indoors do make a stylish statement, but take into account from where the stair is seen and choose tiles that complement the existing
“Randomness” — jocimiceli
Tomaro Design Group
2 Reviews
Mediterranean Manhattan Beach Home
Ideabooks2,749
Questions7
what mfg the chandelier is from!! I'm in middle of remodel on a home I recently purchased and after selling my previous home with all my furnishings & magnificent lighting I have to start over!! I'm selling the fixtures in the new home I bought although nice just not my style! This one has such an airyness
What are the floors? I love the stair rail and would like something similar in my home. Can you please tell me what it's made of? And the way it's attached on the bottom, does that style have a name? Do you have a source or style name for the balusters
“white, clean, simple, and still mediterranean.” — lenastum
Conrado - Home Builders
9 Reviews
Los Gatos Mediterranean Custom Home
Ideabooks4,549
Questions5
Not sure. We completed the home about 6 years ago. It is beautiful. - Paul
addition to concrete and wood, radiant-heating systems can be installed under tile. This 15,000-square-foot house in Saratoga, California, by Conrado Home Builders features radiant-floor heating throughout — even in this traditional-looking, tiled entryway.
“Versaille pattern. This is what I want.” — seabiscuit123
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