440 SHADE Staircase Design Photos

Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
5 Reviews
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A glance over the dining room wall reveals the shades that cover the south-facing "lift+slide" glass walls. These shades cut down on direct sunlight while also maintaining privacy.
“ESCALIER” — kevparadis
BWArchitects (formerly Basil Walter Architects)
Brooklyn Artist Loft
Ideabooks169
Questions1
south; retractable shades cut down on direct sunlight.
The skylight above the stair faces south; retractable shades cut down on direct sunlight.
retractable shades cut down on direct
The skylight above the stair faces south; retractable shades cut down on direct sunlight.
Shades on skylights...retractable shades
“clinton hill light factory - The skylight above the stair faces south; retractable shades cut down o” — mldamour
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Derby Hill Farm Lyme NH
Ideabooks1,195
Questions2
The four colors used on this stairway are simply happy. The two shades of the same color on the treads and risers, plus the contrasting but complementary color on the railing, are brilliant.
COLOR: … while the four colors used on this stairway are simply happy. The two shades of the same color on the treads and risers, plus the contrasting but complementary color on the railing, are brilliant.
while the four colors used on this stairway are simply happy. The two shades of the same color on the treads and risers, plus the contrasting but complementary color on the railing, are brilliant.
Smith & Vansant Architects PC Save to Ideabook Email Photo … while the four colors used on this stairway are simply happy. The two shades of the same color on the treads and risers, plus the contrasting but complementary color on the railing, are brilliant.
“Love the contrast here” — sviv22
Loudoun County Interior Designer
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Scorpio Craftsmen Inc
1 Review
New Home
Ideabooks3,210
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Use various shades of taupe up hallway, etc
the different shades of wall color to make it interesting
Various shades of taupe work well in an open-plan layout, as you can easily integrate a variety of spaces without resorting to one monolithic slab of color throughout.
shades f taupe
“Gray wall Stair / railing system” — kimandzao
Molly Quinn Design
8 Reviews
New Traditional Family Residence
Ideabooks24,032
Questions12
What color are the walls? Some shade of gray? Beautiful!
since paint color can vary greatly depending on its environment. But the color is neutral enough so if you like it, I would recommend getting a few shades both lighter and darker, put up some test samples and see what you get. Have fun with it and good luck!
like the use of the 3 different shades of wood
and landings can be a great place to experiment with a richer hue. It doesn't need to be a big departure from the other colors you are using — just a shade or two darker is enough to make an impact.
“idea segundo piso” — paula120877
Treoma Design
1 Review
Point Grey Residence
Ideabooks439
Questions1
two shades of blue to break up a strong color choice.
using two shades, one lighter
Here is another beautiful blue-clad stairway. If you go with a large swath of color, try breaking it up by using one lighter and one darker shade of it, as shown in this example.
“Color” — ishowells
Janet Paik
Jr. League Park Lane House
Ideabooks4,644
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feel the zing that just that tiny bit of chrome yellow on the handrail brings to this room? Better yet, the animal-print pillow is in a nonmatching shade. Perfect.
feel the zing that just that tiny bit of chrome yellow on the handrail brings to this room? Better yet, the animal-print pillow is in a nonmatching shade. Perfect.
“Paint Handrail in color! The rest, neutral.” — jensmi65
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Terrell, TX: Tom & Nancy Aldinger
Ideabooks1,110
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A floor in the foyer incorporates several shades of beige and brown tiles in a triangle design with a Victorian royal blue as the accent. The same tiles can be found on the front porch.
Nancy showcases her collection of antique embroidery samplers on the stairway wall. A floor in the foyer incorporates several shades of beige and brown tiles in a triangle design with a Victorian royal blue as the accent. The same tiles can be found on the front porch.
“Stair chair rail” — personatus
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