1,750 cutting boards Staircase Design Photos

Elite Metalcraft Co. Ltd
St Georges Hill
cut side board with large glass and wood rail
“stairs in two phases” — svpatel
1 Review
add bead board to hide imperfections in stair wll
Bead board running downstairs walls
stair bead board and railing
Bead board wallpaper
bead board up the staircase
stair beaded board and
Bead board on stairs
panel board...Love bead board...Stair cut...Bead board
“Escalier” — mperrier
Paul Rice Architecture
wide Ship lap for exterior boards
shiplapped and cut from 4 x 8
shiplapped board siding cut from 4x8 sheets of mdf
shiplapped walls cut from mdf 4 x 8 sheets
Nickel Gap Wall Board
siding boards...Wall Boards...nickel board...shiplap boards...vgroove board
“is this what you were thinking upstairs” — darcyaj
Virginia's Premier Interior Designer
Best of Houzz 2012, 2013
Paula Grace Designs creates luxurious, comfortable homes emphasizing personalized design and high-end and custom furnishings. A design you love delivered with the service and quality you deserve.
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
Victorian Splendor
perpendicular cuts (with a sliding mitre saw and a jig) every ~3/8in down the length of the board. these cuts should cut through all but about 1/8in of the board. then construction adhesive is spread over all the cuts and the board is bent, glued, and nailed into place. when the construction adhesive dries it
“wall paint” — dtw0423
Jeff King & Company
6 Reviews
meet • cut small crown moulding and attach to top of column/pillar just like you would to a ceiling. • Cut a piece of mdf/wood to cover the top of that crown moulding just attached (otherwise it'll collect dust in there) For the header: • Cut 1x12 for top horizontal header • Cut and attach picture moulding
moulding: • Cut MDF (or you can you 1x10 & 1x12 or whatever the width you'd like to use-wider on bottom • Cut tall base moulding and attach around bottom • cut smaller base molding (for the middle portion on the vertical column) and attach one upside-down to the wider, and one right side up to the upper portion
header • Cut and attach large crown moulding to the top of header • cut and attach piece of mdf/wood to cover top of large crown moulding Go to a lumber yard or big box stores and check out the moulding to see what you like and sketch it out. Here's a pic of a close up to a similar header top : https://lh5
“Beautiful B & W photos of black stairs like 33WSD” — beach33
Visbeen Architects
3 Reviews
Staircase Booth
triangle fig. cut costs on cabinets. Put All Refrig. an up-right Freezer combo into old laundry room. (Rerig dawer? under counter by stove)
The game board in the tabletop makes this a perfect place for two.
A built-in board makes it one step easier to get the game set up, and the inset game board adds a custom look. In the case of this breakfast nook, the designer even coordinated the cushion fabrics and color scheme with the tan and brown
“Nook” — ryantheinvestor
Claudio Ortiz Design Group, Inc.
1 Review
Exterior, Entry, Living Room, Kitchen and Bedroom
easy to cut a strait line with a foam roller depending on texture...the smoother the easier. I do it frequently.
hmm white against dark base board yes light wood floor agains dark base boards
gypsum board, wallboard, Sheetrock (a trademarked brand) or just rock. Here's an introduction to this ubiquitous material. Add to ideabook by Claudio Ortiz Design Group, Inc. Drywall vs. Plaster Drywall is a master of disguise. The walls in this picture look like they could be plaster. One of the visual
install blue board— a drywall product made for this purpose — then skim coat the entire surface instead of just the seams. This is much faster than with traditional plaster. Also use a traditional plaster application: a rounded piece of wood trim placed at the corners and then plastered over, creating a round
“arches for Jayden.” — scottcoleman74
Wildco Construction Inc
3 Reviews
Modern Hawaii
and rift cut oak for the lighter
Built in cut outs under stairs
cut out for display under stair
Paint grade risers, no skirt board, modern
Love the cut out nooks!
shelves cut into the wall
rift cut oak
“Nichos” — 1977fesprado
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