9,944 Cove Light Staircase Design Photos

Jusalda custom stairs Inc,
interior staircase
Ideabooks1,350
Questions3
Black ballister with light wood
Light wood...light wood iron rug
“Don't know if I will want iron spindals if the look isn't softened by white risres” — valwhite
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Contemporary Staircase
Ideabooks1,658
Questions3
light wood floor
Clean, lots of light.
natural lighting
“scala e pavimenti” — amarfia
Modus Design Studio
house_99
Ideabooks5,345
Questions2
Here the soft light that enters the stairwell from above extends in the space downstairs through the use of a transparent guardrail. Looking at the stair from above ...
ceiling lighting...recessed lighting
“too plain” — djhamilton
Blue Sky Building Company
7 Reviews
40th Street
Ideabooks3,606
Questions7
Cypress tongue and groove with light stain, dark floors and white highlights
foyer , light floor, dk stair tread, painted white riser may work
The complete warmth from sunrays and wood tones and light
“Rockbourne” — Hayley Kilmister
Shirley Meisels
4 Reviews
Regal Heights
Ideabooks2,643
Questions5
light wood ground floor dark/darker runner upstairs
light floors, white walls and black stairs. YES!
wallpaper entry light overall feel
“Just a chair ? Maybe works” — Ana Doll
H&H Design
6 Reviews
Custom staircase
Ideabooks7,030
Questions4
Glass-incorporated staircase and open natural lighting make this look impeccable.
Stairs/natural light
Light reflecting on the banister
“wood and glass” — Hal Hovey
MBI INTERIORS & BAI ARCHITECTS
1 Review
Ambleside, West Vancouver
Ideabooks870
Questions0
Simplicity, lighting.
Open light
“Simple open stair” — antresidential
Three Legged Pig Design
5 Reviews
EDDIE House
Ideabooks3,107
Questions5
finding the Zen in this 5-walled room. then there's paint color. that back wall has thin slats under a chair rail. the room gets a good amount of light..I don't even have window treatments in mind. please help! any advise is greatly appreciated. any volunteers (in in Georgia) will be fed. Thanks
“Love the bannisters.” — nancy745cat
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