17,556 home and home office Staircase Design Photos

Seamless Stairs to the Second Floor Addition
home office
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“Handrail and wall” — maryamkb
Stairs for the Esquimalt Second Floor Addition
home office
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Rocky Mountain Direct
Rocky Mountain Log Homes Home Office Bld 1
Rocky Mountain Log Homes Home Office Bld 1
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Office in room with stairs going down
concept of the office
Open desk/home office on landing
Open plan office area
leather office chair
Nice little office...My upstairs office...The office space...cool office area...Office behind wall...Open office space...office loft...loft office...home office...modern office
“All white is too sterile.” — dheffner03
arbejazz architects studio ltd.
k house
arbejazz architects studio ltd. Save to Ideabook open risers, which won’t work in all jurisdictions. They seem to be a popular means of bringing light through interiors, which makes sense given the way stairs are often the only double-height spaces in a home.
possible. Saddling yourself with a monthly rent payment for office space will only increase the pressure you’ll feel to accept work that may not be a good fit, or you’ll focus too much on receivables early on.Working From HomeThe decision to work from home shouldn’t be taken lightly, but as with other steps
to work from home isn’t a choice — it’s a requirement. With more and more of the world’s workforce adopting alternative working arrangements, working from home doesn’t have the stigma it once had. Check your local regulations to be sure you’re allowed to conduct business from your home. If you’re a sole
“Desk under stairs” — clarkson9
Gacek Design Group, Inc.
2 Reviews
hi - the wood floor was selected and installed by Guidi Homes. they would have the spec on the flooring
Hi there, really is no proper name, we used this loft space as an office nook...
Using the landing as an office and creating a lot of storage on the walls
How's that as an office space!
Office naanaa iim hesegtei, tsaanaa urlan
“Study landing” — tjohn9096
9 Reviews
Mid-sized Luxury Home Office
Mid-sized Luxury Home Office
home office...Masculine office...classic office...CUSTOM MADE OFFICE...mens office...Office idea
“Tavan guzel” — Okan Muftuoglu
Claudio Ortiz Design Group, Inc.
1 Review
Exterior, Entry, Living Room, Kitchen and Bedroom
typical and boring 1960s split-level home. Although I don’t have a photo of the space, I am renovating and wondering how to create a better flow and connection between rooms and levels? Any suggestions?
How do you paint two different colors in a rounded corner home
do not have too much practice at it. However, not knowing the architectural style of your home, again it's hard for me to recommend for you to remove the sharp corners. It you have a modern architectural style home with clean lines, then the sharp corners will probably be in keeping with the architecture
I really like split level homes. The separations are terrific and there's so much you can do with them. The photo is of a typical split where we removed all of the walls on the main
“smooth white interior walls” — rossigirl
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