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100k Stair Wall
This is what I call a "Swiss Cheese" wall. It could be fun to design a series of openings of differing heights and sizes...for people tall and small...to peek-a-view as they come into the great room. This would
This fun peekaboo stairway can be found inside the same house as the kitchen in the top photo.
Postgreen's use of nontraditional finish materials such as plywood and concrete keeps costs down and reflects their clients' style. "We tried to create a minimalist, modern look that is well liked but generally
Or, install a stair wall. For maximum safety, outfit your staircase with a wall. The cut-outs are a fun addition and keep the staircase from feeling too entrapped.
And make the way to the basement fun and interesting with a different type of railing.
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
Derby Hill Farm Lyme NH
cut outs that reference traditional balusters but more fun feel
fun stairs...so fun!
our entryway staircase
Another fun stair idea - specifically the #s.
Like the numbers - fun.
Really fun idea!...fun idea...This is fun!
Grizzly Iron, Inc
Clearly these people love music and want to show that through their home decor. You can't help but smile at this fun band on the run ... up the stairs.
Eclectic Farm House
antique grass seat chair painted and stained. Paint and stain mine different colors for decoration would be so fun!
Fun wall painting and great color scheme
Fun colours for kids
fun color...Fun wall treatment...Colorful and fun...fun and creative
Polsky Perlstein Architects
Traditional Estate Home
I like the fun different colors
fun stair risers!...Fun, for basement?...Fun idea?...That is fun!
Fun for kids & scary for parents
home's roof is accessible via a metal spiral staircase adjacent to the master suite. The glossy lacquered floor extends throughout the suite area, reflecting light around the already open space. When asked how he would describe this house, Stern says, "It's alive, organic, colorful, and uncluttered."
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
the latest obsession with gray allows for great pops of color - fun, witty, very Euro
Design lines to reflect architectural elements. When setting out your look, use wall patterns that complement lines already in the space. The parallel paint line follows the angle of the staircase and reinforces the interior's geometric theme.