364 United States flooring Staircase Design Photos

Winder Gibson Architects
Market Street Penthouse Staircase
Ideabooks1,978
Questions0
of a two-level penthouse unit in a prestigious downtown highrise. The design emphasizes the continuity of space for a loft-like environment. Sliding doors transform the unit into discrete rooms as needed. The material palette reinforces this spatial flow: white concrete floors, touch-latch cabinetry,
Flooring and do quite like the stairs but not so sure about the steel
“railings” — honeysinghbhambra
Northern Virginia Landscape Architecture and Construction
Metes & Bounds Landscape Design was established in 2004 as a landscape architecture firm dedicated to providing full-service design/build solutions for residential properties.
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Gerstner
3 Reviews
apt Kaz
Ideabooks3,591
Questions3
glossy white floor
the stairs, floor and shelves
Wall unit...Shelving unit
“White stairs” — awhite1972
Modal Design
Walnut Residence
Ideabooks6,264
Questions3
Stunning... The lines, stairs, bannister, wall storage, flooring, color tone, love everything
The display unit wall
cool shelving unit...wall unit...concrete floor
“built in display areas. Too long wall” — B D
Prestige Builders
2 Reviews
Smithcliffs
Ideabooks1,355
Questions1
What a great use of space and light; is the flooring polished concrete, and I'd so, what color dye or hardener was used? I love the natural color.
meshing storage unit house
Light and glass floor
concrete floor...tile floors...Glass floor +...Floor tiles
“lounge” — Sunwu K
Urban Improvement Company
3 Reviews
Forest Park Southeast New Construction
Ideabooks5,619
Questions4
What is the floor color here
in the floor, middle of stair stringer and ceiling.
team sanded and stained laminated veneer beams and added eye-hole screws at the floor, middle
il; nice idea for the other side -- book/display case serves as railing sanded and stained laminated veneer beams and added eye-hole screws at the floor, middle of the stairs and ceiling. Then they strung steel stringers through the eye holes and tightened them with turnbuckle fasteners.
for a third-party builder, so UIC took up the job. UIC’s construction team sanded and stained laminated veneer beams and added eye-hole screws at the floor, middle of the stairs and ceiling. Then they strung steel stringers through the eye holes and tightened them with turnbuckle fasteners.
“wire wall” — chrisowe
Wanda Ely Architect Inc.
4 Reviews
St Clarens renovation
Ideabooks5,074
Questions6
i have currently started to rip out a unit which i want to build a glass wall which will create a cube 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
love the floors! can you tell me what kind of wood flooring was used?
Who wants to live in a house where the floors are so bouncy that you feel like you’re walking on a trampoline? And what happens when you decide to move a water bed into the bedroom next to that stack of heavy books you cherish? Will you need to have your floor joists doubled up under that big soaking
“glass” — kazukosaunders
MW|Works Architecture+Design
Push_Pull Residence
Ideabooks973
Questions2
Researching the use of Polycarbonate panels for walls and how it may pass energy code requirements in Washington State.
Matt floor finish and timber finishings
concrete floor, steel stairs
7th or 6 th floor?...Nice floor...concrete floor...dark floor
“Staircase railing” — ecapua
Letitia Holloway
12 Reviews
Tuscan Project
Ideabooks959
Questions2
staircase railing. As a Chicago based metal fabricator I'm always shocked that people would prefer to pirate our design versus hire us to work out of state. I'm even more distressed when images of our work are shared without artist credit.
maybe a door from the 2nd or 3rd floor leading to stairs that lead to the bottom of the atrium....with a door on the first floor
I like the water and the curved wall, but would go concave and don't know about water on the ground floor
“Wow” — wandaeynon
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