207 5 panel door Modern Staircase Design Photos

BAAN design
Lake Washington residence
I like the clean, modern look of the baseboard and door trims. What stock size was used for this design?
The door trim is 5/4x2 painted poplar The baseboard is 1x4 painted poplar
Like the deeper 1x2 door trim, with thinner base dying into the side.
The door trim is 5/4x2 painted poplar
Base and Casing - Base 1 x 4 Painted Poplar Door Trim 5/4 x 2 Painted Poplar
door trim matches wall, not wooden door
Trim - baseboard and door/windowframes - very simple - The door trim is 5/4x2 painted poplar The baseboard is 1x4 painted poplar
white baseboards dark floor and doors
The door trim is 5/4x2 painted poplar The baseboard is 1x4 painted poplar
I like that there is no moulding around the window. The staircase is nice too. Also, the treatment around the door is interesting
“Trim - baseboard and door/windowframes - very simple - The door trim is 5/4x2 painted poplar The ba” — brobeck1
Ian Stallings
1 Review
Noe Valley Residence
Beautiful use of wood panels behind the stairs.
love the stainless steel railing and the breathtaking paneled wall
railing and wood panels
Wall behind stairs paneling
Wood panelled staircase with glass
Glass walls and panel
wood panelling and stairs, contrast
Verticle panels...Timber Panelling...glass pool panels...Side wood panelling...Wood paneling...wood panels
“Stairs” — orafidiya
Luxe Interior International
Morden Road Mews
Floor and sliding door and stair case matching colors
no frame pocket door
Pocket door and simple
pocket door, no trim
Simple pocket door reveal
Pocket Doors, no trim
Simple frame simple door
Make small changes Doors are not merely functional pieces of kit, they can be a design statement in their own right. By substituting standard hinged doors with modern sliding versions, you’ll add a super-slick touch throughout your home.
Slide door handles...Pocket door...sliding door...pocket door no trim...pocket door”...No door trim...pocket door idea...Pocket barn door...Sliding doors...glass panel railing...pocket door
“Glass bannister /sliding doors” — Lynda Pulver
Mark English Architects, AIA
9 Reviews
pepper stair
glass panels are probably sitting down in a channel routed on the top cap. This looks like a very well constructed curved stair done by someone who knows stairs. Without really knowing more details if our company were to build that stair, I would guess that the stair body itself with no glass panels, no
to sheetrock work would be in the 13-16k range. Until many more details are known it is very difficult to pin down an exact cost. The curved glass panels are going to be a huge cost as well. Depending on your style of house, you could easily have a curved stair of some type in a 4000sf home and it not
I like the wood paneling that exposes very little dry wall on the bottom, and becomes the rail at the top
“staircase” — nifhathaigh
Stern McCafferty
Rutland Street Residence
Can you please share the make/model of the white flush door? Thank you
single panel, painted door; white baseboards, but lots of wood
if interior doors are to be painted then these are sleek but provide more interest than the flat panel door
door and trim blend with walls
flat panel door/shaker
Supa Door?...flushed door trim...Flush door trim...Love the door...wood paneling
“Bobby” — tjetullahu
Winder Gibson Architects
Market Street Penthouse Staircase
the continuity of space for a loft-like environment. Sliding doors transform the unit into discrete rooms as needed. The material palette reinforces this spatial flow: white concrete floors, touch-latch cabinetry, slip-matched walnut paneling and powder-coated steel counters. Whole-house lighting, audio
“Good tread thickness” — purecurls
Kailey J. Flynn Photography
1 Review
What is the brand name of the accordion door?
I need a door(s) to open up and close off a bedroom that shares a wall on one side of the the living room. The wall is 11feet 10 inches. Door must be capable to open up to at least 10 feet. Whatever closure goes on this wall must close flat against the
the wall openings, or store in them. It would be best if the door could fit inside it, but not req'd. Thanks!
bathroom pic but i liked the door for the bathroom
2 of 2: great elevator door. entrance on ground level. stairs & elevator to main level. see accompanying photo further
“updated accordion door!” — sparkat
Treoma Design
1 Review
Point Grey Residence
Panelling on the wall / batons
Blue for front door...Staircase panelling...Blue paneling...Paneled wall...paneled stairway...panelled staricase...wood paneling
“Paneling” — Bo Taylor, House Wright
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