3,668 glam living Staircase Design Photos

Frankel Building Group
6 Reviews
Bridgewood
Ideabooks3,422
Questions7
Clean lines, traditional with a touch of glam
Living room to go with wainscoting
“Undecided dnt know abt glass” — ksdaniels85
Anne Fougeron
Fougeron Architecture
Ideabooks3,560
Questions3
where can i get the live-edge wood? I love the idea
live edge wood for pass through from bar to playroom” “raw wood edge
A piece of live-edge wood softens a stark modern room with just the right amount of nature and warmth.
live edge counter in pass through...live edge slab...Live edge hook over wall...Live edge built...live edge counter...Reclaimed and live edge...wood bar with living edge...Live-edge wood shelf...live edge bar
“Love the counter too” — herrick23456
Grandwood by Zorzi
The Panorama
Ideabooks694
Questions1
love the glam factor
“landing different surface than stairs” — crgr
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Abigail Ahern
Abigail Ahern interiors
Ideabooks647
Questions1
Graham Atkins-Hughes
“framed art mixed with photos , letters” — kaladin
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
6 Reviews
1095 Royal York
Ideabooks1,426
Questions3
A living wall would a natural appeal.
living walls...Living wall...living wall recessed...living wall sunk into wall...Green living panels...live art!
“Outdoor lighting.” — mbodydesign
John Prindle
stairs
Ideabooks2,920
Questions4
members who live in this home are rendered in a more obscure language here: Morse code.
The names of the family members who live in this home
The names of the family members who live in this home are rendered in a more obscure language here: Morse code.
Names of family members living in the home inscribed in the railings in morse code!
John Prindle SaveEmail The names of the family members who live in this home are rendered in a more obscure language here: Morse code.
family.The stairs lead down to an apartment suite where Betsy lives. "Multigenerational living was part of the goal of redesigning the space," Greg says.
The names of the family members who live in this home are rendered in a more obscure language here: Morse code.
“Stairs” — jessecowan1
Modal Design
Walnut Residence
Ideabooks6,756
Questions3
open shelving above and transitions to a more solid zone as one enters the living area
cabinetry below. It quickly transitions to a more solid zone as one enters the living area beyond. The architects have used this to create two spatial effects
straight-run stair just a few steps inside the front door. Beyond is the living room we saw in the previous photo. We can also see guardrails that look
cabinetry below. It quickly transitions to a more solid zone as one enters the living area beyond. The architects have used this to create two spatial effects
which enlarges the perceived width of the space. Second, in the more open living area, it becomes more solid and a backdrop for the activity of the room
millwork for great room and living room...open then closed living room storage
“Barandal” — Maria de la Torre
Specht Harpman Architects
4 Reviews
Manhattan Micro-Loft
Ideabooks35,207
Questions9
is an entry and kitchen space, and a few steps up is the main living area. Above the living area is a cantilevered bed pavilion that projects out into the
and had access to a roof terrace. Our solution created four separate "living platforms" inserted within the space that provide room for all the essentials
storage units for easy access, and a countertop that wraps into the main living space, becoming a virtual 'hearth' with built-in entertainment system. There
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“Tiroir ss escaliers” — omaro827
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