137 Top grain leather Staircase Design Photos

Quezada Architecture
Lovell Residence
What material is the wall (looks like leather)
It is leather tiles from a company in Canada called Blackstock Leather... love their product!!
wall tiles: leather tiles fro a company in Canada called Blackstock Leather
O Quezada Architecture It is leather tiles from a company in Canada called Blackstock Leather... love their product!!
No closet at top of stairs
“Bilevel stairs - open” — mtoborg
Interior Changes home design
24 Reviews
lakeside guest house
The grain of walnut is kind of unique, and so the only other wood that I can think of that would be kind of similar in grain is alder. BUT you
of a stain very well~ it is too hard and even with wetting to open up the grain, it would be blotchy.
available from most of the large providers. The difference will be in the grain and figure but most people wont know the difference anyway.
floors could stain pretty close to this color and tone, just know that more grain will show.
the ones going down would fit below them. I also like the window at the top of the steps.
attach to the top of the rake board.
“OPEN STAIRCASE” — sabby55
Spacial Images
1 Review
The Zinc House
Hi, There is a window at the top of the stairs, it is diffused and shows the shadow of a tree outside.
point of view, and also highlight the wood grain beautifully.
4 Grain and textureCelebrating the grain and texture of wood is no longer the preserve
are increasingly playing with grain to highlight it in exciting ways. Spotted at TentCurley Burrows hand-carves the grain in her furniture to accentuate
accentuate it, while Lee Borthwick makes Grain chopping boards with the contours of the grain burnt into thin lines reminiscent of an Ordnance Survey map.
“going downstairs, no one would trip on an unseen stair” — Amanda MacFarlane Norman
Neiman Taber Architects
14 Reviews
Vertical grain douglas fir single panel flat panel doors. Simpson is the most common mfr.
Bamboo Hardwoods. Vertical grain blonde
The stair treads are made of bamboo plywood. You see the edge grain of the plywood exposed.
Bamboo Hardwoods. Vertical grain blonde vertical grain douglas fir single panel flat panel doors
Stairs like this but with the dark on top.
“Light bamboo flors” — mdalton64
CG&S Design-Build
11 Reviews
A House With Zip!
size are the balusters? They look round? On the top rail is that a flat bar with wood added to the top? If it is a bar what size did you use? On the wall
Typically the paneling is added right on top of drywall. I have seen this done with solid wood (although rarely) but an
veneer is applied to the entire wall with the rectangular panels added on top. It is not difficult to do for a skilled carpenter. Talk to your interior
which is one of the most commonplace materials around. The carpentry was top notch however, and the design was quite intricate. So while the materials
Wood with metal railing. Note: end of top goes straight done with no overhand or post top.
dark metal, right angles, wood top and posts
“simple spindle railing looks good too” — design essentials
The Belding Group, Inc
3 Reviews
Landrum SC residence
Thank you. This project is in the top five of homes I have worked on in my 28 year career in Interior Design. Fantastic
wood grain...Wood grain stairs...windos over top for light
“The door” — engles5
Andrea Swan - Swan Architecture
9 Reviews
Linden Hills Contemporary
the wood so that the edge grain is on the top/bottom of the stair tread, the face grain is on the long sides, and the end grain is facing out on the short
you describe how these stair treads were constructed? I don't see any end grain showing.
surface from top to bottom makes this stairway a place to be, not just a place to walk through. In fact, placing a window or skylight at the top of the stairs
“Wall” — jenbeanr
Whitten Architects
8 Reviews
Oceanfront Cottage
Thank you for your question. This is "edge grain" Douglas Fir flooring.
more my style.."beachy" "light".....like wood on top post
edge grain doug fir flooring...not the knobs on top...Edge Grain Douglas Fir Flooring
“Stairs” — 8gina
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