92 Gas Staircase Design Photos

J. Tight Interiors
6 Reviews
Serene Lakes Cabin
Ideabooks295
Questions2
Painted gas pipe and cedar post stair railing and balcony...looking into living room and wood burning stove. Photo by Debra Tarrant
Love the rails. It's painted gas pipe? Gas pipe from a car/truck?
Holes were drilled into the wooden posts, and it is construction gas pipe, used for gas lines in buildings.
Galvanized gas pipes painted black. From Home Depot. Genius
Painted galvanized gas pipe for railings
Cottage railings galvanized gas pipes home depot clean
posts that allow light to show through. “The railings are galvanized gas pipe that we picked up from Home Depot and painted,” Tight says. “One
cedar posts that allow light to show through. “The railings are galvanized gas pipe that we picked up from Home Depot and painted,” Tight says. “One of the
“Carpet on stairs” — qstboss
ALCOVA architecture
3 Reviews
Steel staircase
Ideabooks368
Questions1
Regency Horizon HZ54 gas fireplace
“Metal frame with wood tread” — rochei
Ohashi Design Studio
7 Reviews
Harvard Ave.
Ideabooks1,288
Questions0
bookshelves sbove gas heater
“Built in bookcase under/at staircase” — 3millionsold
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Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
6 Reviews
Palma Plaza
Ideabooks1,973
Questions2
of the chimney being an element of the wrapping stairs. Can it still be a gas fireplace on two floors?
“Pared” — daniella acosta
The Interior Place (S) Pte Ltd
Pandan Valley Condo
Ideabooks32,984
Questions9
What shelving ideas for space next to a gas fireplace?
I have a space next to the white mantel gas fireplace in my new build house what shelving
“The staircase” — mmakgoshi1
Conard Romano Architects
3 Reviews
Conard Romano Architects
Ideabooks19,712
Questions9
Is that a gas fireplace at the bottom? Sorry, hard to see. Thanks
“stairway at entry” — heidilm
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
6 Reviews
Glen Renovation
Ideabooks9,818
Questions7
How big if gas fireplace do I need
“Open stairs” — bobnolga
McIntyre Capron & Associates,
1 Review
Private Residence, Newtown Square, PA
Ideabooks11,387
Questions12
homes like this one have a primary furnace in the basement. They use natural gas or heating oil for heat and an air conditioner compressor hidden out back
“ballisters” — kpcraub
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