2,227 blue artwork Staircase Design Photos

Thomas Lawton Architect
Treehouse
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blue artwork
red artwork...blue art...Love the artwork
“Amazing wallcolor lighting and art.” — decordiva63
Bart Reines Construction
Venetian Islands Contemporary
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blue artwork
blue wall art
“Glass railing” — yolandijandrew
Park Grove Design
2 Reviews
London Townhouse
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blue artwork
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Beach Cottage
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are the blue stairs painted? carpeted? love it with the white!
love the blue stairs, and it said rotate the artwork each season! good idea
Artwork Adds a lot of style to a
10. Rotate artwork. If you love collecting art prints and paintings, you know how easy it is to run out of wall space long before you’ve hung all of your artwork. A simple solution is to rotate your artwork each season, keeping some pieces carefully stored in a closet.
“Interesting stair wall” — leroybrown618
Imagine Living
Rooms designed by Creazioni - Italian visionary company
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what color blue is the wall
White D Table and the Blue Paint on the rear wall
nice blue wall to compliment wood and maybe white risers or light blue risers?
Love the white against the blue wall
An entire scene takes place in a bold, blue, English entryway. This stood out more than others since most spaced were packed with muted colors and/or patterns. Here's something to keep in mind: Blue is often associated with masculinity, but when you pair it with feminine lines and ultra-white, it instantly
with a dark blue foyer flanked with white furnishings. You can find ornate wood pieces at flea markets that you can then transform with a can of white spray paint.Suggested paint pick: Flying Fish, Behr
“Stairs” — hamandeep
Tali Hardonag Architect
9 Reviews
Menlo Park
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The orange and blue combine very well.
Orange in the kitchen, blue in the dining room.
Orange and blue - blue doors!
blue of bed with orange. Looks good.
nice use of orange and blue...
their complementary colors.Orange and blue also are at opposite points. In using them, you'll have an instant complementary color scheme.
Dynamic Duo. Colors that are opposite each other on the color wheel create a dramatic and visually stimulating space. Here, blue and orange enliven a stairwell and
Here's a similar take on orange and blue, with the proportions reversed. The blue helps to tone down the wall color and keep it from feeling cloying, and creates a sort of inverse focal point.
“staircase wall a different color” — howardkaplan1
Domæn Ltd.
1 Review
vista del mar
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This is a custom piece by domaen. We made all the art work in this house by taking the clients favorite photos and altering them into artwork.
white, blue and brown - contemporary seaside feel
Photos on wall - personal photo - blown up, separated and made into artwork.
blue and wood. this blue?
Blue wall...blue accent wall...blue wall
“Stairs & picture on the wall” — Eric Tapia
Michael Robert Construction
12 Reviews
Classic Coastal Colonial Foyer
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This foyer was updated with the addition of white paneling and new herringbone hardwood floors with a walnut border. The walls are covered in a navy blue grasscloth wallpaper from Thibaut. A navy and white geometric patterned stair-runner, held in place with stair rods capped with pineapple finials, further
Know it is Thibaut. What is the name or number or color? I have forund a dark blue of theirs, but this looks more navy.
figure out how to do the walls inside the stairwell? I have a chair rail in the foyer and plan to add one going up the stairs and want to do a dark blue like this but wonder if it will be to dark for both sides? Or should I add chair rail to both sides? I was thinking of a light color on the other side
“runner” — blpardi
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