4,349 backyard living Staircase Design Photos

Hatfield Builders & Remodelers
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Purdue Custom Home
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This gorgeous, contemporary custom home built in Dallas boast a beautiful stucco exterior, a backyard oasis and indoor-outdoor living. Gorgeous interior design and finish out from custom wood floors, modern design tile, slab front cabinetry, custom wine room to detailed light fixtures. Architectural
“Cabinets to right” — sallyelvis
Kitchen Coach NYC
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Floating Stairs and Kitchen
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The kitchen needed to connect with the living room but it was separated by a staircase leading to the second floor and basement. The object in remodeling the kitchen was to allow a visual pass-through into the living room, the dining room and the backyard patio. We envisioned a stair that had a low
“Don't like” — marlin111
Hobbs' Ink
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Hobbs' Ink Westlake Contemporary Remodel
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with a light filled toy room, removed the wall between kitchen and living to create an island kitchen and make the home “live bigger.” A potentially oppressively long hallway to get to the toy room (which we wanted to relate to the backyard) was widened by a desk nook and brightened with a skylight. Existing
“lb” — nickye
Barley & Pfeiffer Architects
7 Reviews
Burger Hill Residence
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living room
for living/playroom
“for living/playroom” — regan34
LineBox Studio
18 Reviews
Foldplace
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an important element in a northern landscape. If large picture windows that provide stunning tableaus of the Aberdeen’s impressive cupola and the backyard facing wall glazed doors are boldly voyeuristic, many narrow vertical slot and horizontal clerestory windows contribute slices of views while protecting
a soaring opaque window spilling light onto an interior garden at its foot. These elements also serve to separate the kitchen/dining area from the living room but without impeding a sense of openness. A generous and eclectic use of windows and glazed doors draws in from all sides the delightful ozone
"The staircase separates the kitchen and dining area from the living room without taking away from or intruding on the sense of openness of the space," says Reeves. Windows lining the back of the olive tree and at each staircase landing bathe the interior — and the olive tree — with light.
“Stairs” — kaymirshafiee
Markay Johnson Construction
3 Reviews
Pepperwood, Utah Estate by Markay Johnson Construction
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with finest millwork. The great room with dining and kitchen combined contribute to the relaxed and welcoming living space. Designed around views and outdoor living amenities, the amazing backyard setting boasts recreation at it’s fullest; spectacular mountains provide a dramatic contrast to the refined
“Balcony wraps back” — stgcove
Amsted Design-Build
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Bristol
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home transformed from a small 2 bedroom bungalow to a 3 bedroom home with a nanny suite in the basement, living and family rooms, a modern kitchen open to the dining room and with views of the backyard, 3.5 baths, two balconies and a gym. The contemporary styling of the home provides efficient but stylish
the two driving factors for this substantial renovation. Starting with a small and inefficient bungalow purchased in the neighbourhood they wanted to live in they secured the services of an architecture firm known for its contemporary design and leading edge LEED design. While the home’s placement on
Megan Buchanan
Jenn's Place
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Idea for artwork on the backyard platform cement blocks.
painting and wallpapering. "By the time I finish, I’ll likely want to change it all again," she says. "That’s the trouble with designing homes for a living: I see so many cool concepts and things I want to try, that as soon as I’ve done it I’m ready to move on to the next."
ities, physical attributes and life spans.This principle asks designers to consider aspects beyond shape and aesthetics, paying attention to how we live and interact with spaces and objects. In their paper "Slow Design Principles," Strauss and Fuad-Luke cite Swedish designer Ramiz Maze’s contention that
“Stairs” — rollysplace
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