134 berry trelli Staircase Design Photos

Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
2013 Holiday House NYC
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whole length. You can also use salal (available through florists), boxwood or pine, mixing in natural elements such as pinecones, acorns, juniper berries or dried citrus slices.
whole length. You can also use salal (available through florists), boxwood or pine, mixing in natural elements such as pinecones, acorns, juniper berries or dried citrus slices. The greens should last a few weeks before drying out, but pinecones and even dried citrus can be saved for next year. In
whole length. You can also use salal (available through florists), boxwood or pine, mixing in natural elements such as pinecones, acorns, juniper berries or dried citrus slices. The greens should last a few weeks before drying out, but pinecones and even dried citrus can be saved for next year.In celebration
“rail....” — kristenherl
Hill Mitchell Berry Architects
Residential Projects
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Hill Mitchell Berry Architects
“Runner” — Paul Bedi
Hill Mitchell Berry Architects
Residential Projects
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Hill Mitchell Berry Architects
“chandler” — Chaz Fattore
Hill Mitchell Berry Architects
Contemporary
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Hill Mitchell Berry Architects
“Escalera” — fallito1banorte
mango design co
mango design co
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ceiling trellis - almost exact
ceiling trellis
“See glass insert on main floor under stairs” — dkatnick
Catalano Architects
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Osterville Residence
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Stairs trellis
“stair trim” — mashouse
Peter Dorne Architects
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carpet / trellis
oversized trellis wallpaper and carpet
“Wow” — Laurie Giroux
DOWN to Earth Architects
House 7
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Berry - Coir Carpet
“bees nest light” — loziera
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