765 best indoor lighting Staircase Design Photos

Simpson Design Group Architects
5 Reviews
Topar
Ideabooks7,188
Questions4
stair railings, light walls, light wood floors,
steps, floor granite, lighting, book shelf and wall windows
using Florence light to attract focus on the art embedded into the wall
natural and artificial light
best fit...accent light...ambient light...general light...recessed lights...stair lighting
“wall” — melisseellis
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Krannitz Gehl Architects
View into Stair Tower with skylight
Ideabooks1,010
Questions0
light inside tower sloped roof with glass
Krannitz Gehl Architects Save to Ideabook Email Photo Best about the cylinder is the way the stone is found inside
Best about the cylinder is the way the stone is found inside as well, making the space seem medieval yet modern through its glass roof and the design of
“rock walls” — nankarsh
Webber + Studio, Architects
8 Reviews
Fairfield House
Ideabooks23,080
Questions7
wall? Does each tread have an interior steel support? Thank you for your answer, I am trying to built one of these and still can't decide which is the best way to support it.
this is a staircase. best to let your teenager choose a color they like and work with a color consultant to pick a timeless version of the color.
so complex that it's simple. low maintenance. allows light. lovely material.
“Floating stair” — kandredesign
Claudio Ortiz Design Group, Inc.
1 Review
Exterior, Entry, Living Room, Kitchen and Bedroom
Ideabooks2,740
Questions7
architectural style home with clean lines, then the sharp corners will probably be in keeping with the architecture. I hope this help! Wishing you the best! Claudio
Drywalll. This would look best in an office or porch. Anywhere, really
light floors with darker wood trim
Not the floor... the walls, the light with dark wood, baseboard
“Floors” — tiffaninye
Alan Design Studio
3 Reviews
Wrigleyville Residence
Ideabooks9,759
Questions9
is it best to place the floor boards on stair landings parallel to boards on the floor?
Like that the metal lightens up the feel of the banister though don't like these specific metal balusters or light/dark wood contrast.
Open stairs to see wall and window light
Best of both worlds.
Light spindles
“Stairs” — philco58
FORMA Design
19 Reviews
FORMA Design
Ideabooks2,572
Questions4
Glass Wall - Two reasons this treatment is popular: Type of room where this treatment would look best:
the transparancy, the light and straight lines
Glass - Looks nice in more open rooms and gives the room a fancy touch. This would look best in a bedroom or living room.
Could work as walkin wardrobe or room divider but increase light
laundry room wall to allow light
“J€€” — seabstian
Alderson Construction
1 Review
Stairs
Ideabooks909
Questions3
window wall... best of lighting and privacy
Window! Light fixture!
light carpet on stairs
Skylight design, lighting
Hanging light fixture
Lots of light...pedestal light
“ventana” — ireneruck
Platform 5 Architects
Book Tower House
Ideabooks1,874
Questions0
Built-in book storage and display up the staircase, with pot lighting
family opted to make the bookcase the main feature of their home. The bold, double-height staircase opens up the space, bathing the house in natural light that filters through the entire property.
Practical, functional, space saving, and light.
opens up the space, bathing the house in natural light that filters through the entire property. ‘The staircase is white oak and is essentially one piece of joinery,’ says Patrick. ‘The wood is warm, but also quite pale, so it helps to reflect the light in this part of the house.’
staircase opens up the space, bathing the house in natural light that filters through the entire property. “The staircase is white oak and is essentially one piece of joinery,” says Michell. “The wood is warm but also quite pale, so it helps reflect the light in this part of the house.”
“book lover” — ryguy115
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