189 contemporary styling Rustic Staircase Design Photos

DSA Architects
Southwestern Condo
Love the colors, finishes, style, patterns
Navajo-style blankets and rugs are the most popular items made and sold by the Navajo People. If you're a modernist and/or minimalist, a great way to achieve the
the less-is-more Navajo look is by keeping a neutral, textural backdrop and playing with materials architecturally. This incorporates elements of the style without being in-your-face and it highlights one-of-a-kind, Navajo pieces such as tapestries or longhorns.
this staircase. Throw in a steer skull and horns for instant Western style.
The Old West gets a contemporary spin: rough-hewn railings, a longhorn skull as a sculptural accent,
9. Western style. Okay, I admit that Western style is not for everybody. But, this version of a handrail has an immediate appeal beyond what I would expect. The fabric provides warmth, pattern
“Blankets” — lisamjohnson81611
David Vandervort Architects
5 Reviews
Orcas Island Residence
combination of wood & iron in a shaker style, horizontal baluster direction
Staircase! I like the style and colors
Clean, classic contemporary. While this style pretty much lacks balusters altogether, the idea is still there. Sticking with this no-nonsense look is a great way to let other architectural elements take center stage, such as the amazing windows and rough texture of the stacked stone wall in this space
“clean” — dallasbldr
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
5 Reviews
Summer Home
Traditional, but different. Architecturally interesting. Transitional in style.
style, but not white paint
colouring and style
“Newels and caps” — kurtingy
Loudoun County Interior Designer
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John Maniscalco Architecture
2 Reviews
Sugar Bowl Residence
Staircase style example. Color of wood stain to be decided.
The 14 series by Bocci adds magical droplets to this contemporary staircase.
Lovely contemporary...Stairway style
“Wood wall” — kim8240
Catskill Farms
Finished Houses-Interiors
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Love the barn style doors to the secondary bedrooms
master barn door style only. not painted
“Barn doors” — cnynsage
Kasey Buick
1 Review
family photo wall
really struggling with what to do on my stair case. I've looked at several ideas, but yours fits my style, and I adore your creativity.
I'm trying to layout pictures along my stairs with a similar style but have no idea which pictures to use and how to lay out. I have mostly 8 x 10 pictures (and smaller)
A rare shaker style set. Good looking with oversized base cap & window on the staircase.
7. Mixez les formesCréez la surprise en combinant différentes formes de cadres, déclinés dans un même style pour conserver une belle harmonie.
“Everything. Wall color, frame arrangements, etc.” — smithemma
Michael Merrill Design Studio, Inc
16 Reviews
Petaluma Entry
dramatic Claro Walnut which is a native species in this part of California. Note the use of one antique door in the corner, juxtaposed with a rather contemporary series of floating shelves which are an original design by Michael Merrill. The dining table is massive and it is also crafted from the same wood
This overscaled dining room was created from a space originally intended to serve as both living room and dining room - both "formal" in style. Our client loved the idea of having one gracious and warm space based on a Santa Fe aesthetic. All of the millwork in the room is created from some remarkably
beeswax. Walls are layered in plaster. The house includes a dramatic staircase with alternating bands of hand painted clay tiles in the Spanish Revival style popularized almost a century ago. The front door and the living room mantel are also fashioned from the very same wood used throughout the dining room
“Stairs” — meredith1212
Sutton Suzuki Architects
5 Reviews
Belvedere Lagoon
Love the rock wall but would use an older style wood
“Steps” — Erica Healander
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