349 Glue-down cork tile Staircase Design Photos

Wanda Ely Architect Inc.
4 Reviews
St Clarens renovation
Ideabooks5,019
Questions6
off two walls, i want the glass to disappear into the ceiling and floor, my ceiling is like this now after exposing the ceiling when taking off the tiles.Im going calling this section the zen zone. any ideas?
Stairs leading down next to kitchen
Imagine this for the up down stairs to the east house. The version shows the wall
the tile on the walls,perhaps on the stair wall
Modern esthetic looks cold and uncomfortable to me. But I do like built-ins and great organization. Also like the mix of materials - wood, tile, etc.
while the people add a sense of scale and lead our eye in a certain direction. If we follow the woman moving down this stair with clear glass guardrails, we end up in the kitchen or can continue down another flight to a lower level.
“garage hinged stairs” — 66junker
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
Spindrift
Ideabooks16,838
Questions9
how were the clear balls held onto the newels? Glue?
Tile like wood floor drsign
“Plain newels” — katiemilton78
Jusalda custom stairs Inc,
interior staircase
Ideabooks2,546
Questions2
The up and down with middle space
tile wood transition
way up. And down stairway
Up down stairway...up & down...Up and down.
“Curved details” — trekdude
Peter D'Aprix Photography
3 Reviews
Spanish Ojai
Ideabooks336
Questions0
The tile on the risers is striking and a great idea where wood is not in good condition
I like the rod iron rail, the tile on the stairs, and the openness of the upper landing
Lighter floor color. Step down brick
Love the tile, but would paint the wall blue light aqua marine
Tile on stairs; cheerfulness
Wood steps w/tile fronts
love the tile and rug!
Tiled stairs...Tile on stars...tile stairs...Tile up staircase...railing and tile...Light tile colors...Wood, love tiles!...Spanish tile
“foyer...i like the light” — mjoarnold
Norris Architecture
2 Reviews
Belle Luce
Ideabooks3,850
Questions4
Like the up and down stairs! Good one!
the design, up is different from the down
example for stairs up and down
Tiles on stairs...tile steps
“Put piano in circle shape at bottom” — tjoymcarthur
Michael Molthan Luxury Homes Interior Design Group
1 Review
MICHAEL MOLTHAN LUXURY HOMES INTERIOR DESIGN GROUP
Ideabooks380
Questions0
what about putting tiles on our staircase?
Colors. Could be down to basement, railing, archways
Wrought iron work and tile toe-kicks
Like the tiles on the stairs, don't like the railing..
Railing tile in steps
Tile on stair risers
staircase tile and rail
wrought iron rail, riser tiles
riser tiles...Stair tiles...Tiles on stairs...Tiled staircase
“Fp” — nacional
Mark English Architects, AIA
9 Reviews
pepper stair
Ideabooks9,908
Questions5
Are the grey rectangles on the tile floor some sort of accent tile?
I see some random grey rectangles within the marble tile floor. Are these meant to be a design accent or are they really poorly planned HVAC vents?
like a 4-6 rise boot at bottom of stair, 3" or so reveal on sheetrock below the stringers. The curved 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
wood treads to match stringers and prior 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
“staircase” — nifhathaigh
Sticks and Stones Design Group inc.
4 Reviews
OKANAGAN LOG HOME
Ideabooks4,488
Questions2
As you go down to the basement
wood light strip going down the stairwell??
like this down the wall lighting
down lighting...Stone tiles...Feature tile
“The wall” — acmoore7508
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