622 Harvest 2012 Staircase Design Photos

Shannon Malone
Staircase
Ideabooks11,966
Questions8
Photo: Shannon Malone © 2012 Houzz Design: Amelia Hirsch Design
vases from Palecek, and the mirror is from San Francisco Bay Area store Harvest Home.
“love this one” — johncayala
Vanni Archive/Architectural Photography
Foyer, Historic Townhouse, Brooklyn, New York
Ideabooks5,334
Questions6
from more common neutrals such as tan and beige. Paint pick: Perky Peach 2012-50 by Benjamin Moore
from more common neutrals such as tan and beige. Paint pick: Perky Peach 2012-50 by Benjamin Moore
2012-50 for bathroom...Perky Peach 2012-50 BM
“Color for entry way” — amandaromant
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Stair tower
Ideabooks14,022
Questions10
The handrail at the stairs is a sustainably harvested stain grade mahogany with a Penetrating Pecan stain from Benjamin Moore
The handrail at the stairs is a sustainably harvested stain grade mahogany finished with Benjamin Moore's Penetrating Pecan stain
“middle landing look” — Mark Beard
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Custom Pool Builder
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Adam Wilson Custom Homes
6 Reviews
2012 Parade Home #7
Ideabooks5,600
Questions5
2012 parade of home note riser height Adam Wilson Custom Homes The thickness of
2012 parade home PRO Adam Wilson Custom Homes The thickness of the tread was
2012 Parade Home #7
“Перила” — firstouch
Phil Kean Designs
2012 New American Home
Ideabooks13,357
Questions9
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2012 New American Home
“Color” — davedixondfw
Morgan-Keefe Builders, Inc.
9 Reviews
Cashiers Update
Ideabooks292
Questions1
The handrails are “Bark On” Hickory. They were harvested locally in Brevard NC. They were fabricated and installed by a local fabricator. A clear sealer
“big window” — jpeyton2
Gilbertson Photography
2 Reviews
NW Minnesota Guest House
Ideabooks1,311
Questions0
Support beams are tall tree trunks harvested from Geroy’s own wooded acres. “We left the branch stubs on one pole,” says Joe. “We let the grandkids climb
“tree trunk in house” — globalkaysie
Fivedot Design Build
5 Reviews
The Orchard
Ideabooks2,134
Questions2
with a strong emphasis on sustainability. The house includes a rainwater harvesting system that supplies the toilets and laundry with water. On-site storm
“shelves” — paintner
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