4,255 american-made furniture Staircase Design Photos

b+g design inc.
9 Reviews
Magnifico Residence
Ideabooks4,363
Questions5
I just like the American flag piece.
Lovethis american flag
American flag metal work
works in this very contemporary home in the form of the flag as modern art.More:Timeline of American House StylesClassic Color Duo: Blue and White
Imagine this space without that wonderfully distressed American flag. Can you feel how it would change?
American flag...American sign...Tin American flag...american flag
“I like. flag” — Shawna Reeves
Becki Peckham
My Houzz: Upscale Townhome With A View In Downtown St. John's
Ideabooks6,412
Questions4
2 parts early american to 1 part gunstock
2 parts early american to 1 part gunstock. mini wax
2 parts early american to 1 part gunstock--minwax
2 part early american 1 part gunstocks. Post is English chest nut.
Early American 2 parts and gunstocks 1 part
Stairs with Early American
2 parts Early American:1 part
Early American
“Would like to open stairway to basement” — paulaelkins
Envision Web
Black Banks Plantation
Ideabooks401
Questions0
of human habitation on the island dates to the Late Archaic Period, about 5,000 to 3,000 years ago. Remnants of shell rings left behind by Native Americans from this era survive on many of the barrier islands, including St. Simons. Centuries later, during the period known by historians as the chiefdom
1568, the Spanish attempted to create missions along the Georgia coast. Catholic missions were the primary means by which Georgia's indigenous Native American chiefdoms were assimilated into the Spanish colonial system along the northern frontier of greater Spanish Florida. In the 1600s St. Simons became
never fully recovered. Today the historic citadel's tabby ruins are maintained by the National Park Service. Plantation Era By the start of the American Revolution (1775-83), Fort Frederica was obsolete, and St. Simons was left largely uninhabited as most of its residents joined the patriot army. Besides
“Classic Yacht - Frankly My Dear (Should we put a black/white floor in somewhere for an accent?)” — tammyennis
Angus & Mack Ltd.
7 Reviews
dineson douglas fir stair
Ideabooks8
Questions0
This stair is made with american douglas fir, finished with dineson soap and lye. www.angusandmack.com
american douglas fir
american douglas fir wood
“colour” — nikiplyta
Fänas Architecture
6 Reviews
Interiors
Ideabooks728
Questions1
Outstanding, textual space. Can you tell me about the stair railing- where was it made?
The railing was fabricated by Tre Metzler, American West Fabrication, Durango.
Tre Metzler, American West Fabrication, Durango.
Rail made in durango
“s” — 6830redwagon
ABRAMS
American Modern Thomas O'Brien
Ideabooks5,023
Questions5
nice mix of finishes shown here. In some ways the rail looks simpler without the bottom rake. It's modern without going over the edge. Balusters can be made in a darker metal or a stainless steel. Can certainly withstand the test of time.
shades to create depth. For example, use a slightly creamier color for trim than what's on the walls to create visual interest. The same applies to furniture.
“Stairs” — maryliz4
TaC studios, architects
4 Reviews
765 studio/residence, a modern residence in Atlanta, Georgia
Ideabooks832
Questions1
The wood is American Walnut, on the stairs we custom mixed a dark walnut stain, in the other rooms we used a clear sealer.
time studying and working in Italy, and was inspired by the placement of the horse at Carlo Scarpa’s Castelvecchio Museum in Verona.The stairs are American walnut. If you look closely beneath the horse, you’ll see a bowl recessed into the base — perfect for dropping keys and sunglasses into.
“Staircase” — Theresa Fung
Phil Kean Design Group
14 Reviews
The New American Home
Ideabooks16,877
Questions14
I really like this staircase. It looks like it is made of the same material as the wood floors? Is that true
I'm wondering if the stairs are made of wood and if they are solid wood or a combination of solids and veneers.
Are the stairs made of wood or tiles or of both?
The New American Home
“I like the vases in the shelving. Like the stairs and ideas for railing” — renojhb
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