21,913 home photo Staircase Design Photos

Landing Design & Development
Ferry Rd
It's what I wanted in my new home. No can do. Thanks
This is a very old home. I did not change the banisters during the renovation. It is my own home, not a client's home and they are not a problem for me, thank you for your question.
DONT like these photo display too bold and vanity wall like.
L'idée de photo de famille dans la descente d'escalier!
to the home. That picture of Grandma holding your son where she looks especially tired and he seems terrified? Yeah, that shouldn’t be on the mantel.Find the Hidden GemsThe same goes for wedding photos. Newlyweds tend to coat their homes with photos of their big day. Five years later those photos are still
have a box of old photos that give you warm fuzzies every time you see them? Choose your favorites and have them framed. Start spending 10 minutes clearing clutter every Saturday morning, and make a trip to Goodwill when you have a full box. Little by little, you can create a home that better reflects
“Picture frames” — cherylgordon06
Thrifty Decor Chick
I have this same exact staircase in my home. Are there more pics of this home? Curious to see if the whole floor plan is similar to mine so I can get more ideas. thank you.
Would like to install this wall mounted railing in a stairwell in my home. Please share how this was constructed!
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This sounds too much like Facebook, I'm out of here! Time to enjoy many other beautiful home decors!
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“stair wall” — chazzy72
Frank Shirley Architects
2 Reviews
Newburyport Federal - Staircase
Frank Shirley Architects The entry hall of a Colonial-style home not only occupies the middle of the house, but also exemplifies the perfect middle ground of design: formal without being stiff and welcoming without
tyle home not only occupies the middle of the house, but also exemplifies the perfect middle ground of design: formal without being stiff and welcoming without being folksy. Do you live in a Colonial-style home? Share a photo below!More: See more traditional-style homesBrowse thousands of home design
“Light fixture on inside of door” — aj1965
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Kim Kendall Interiors is a full service Interior Design Firm.
Widing Custom Homes
2 Reviews
Yellow House
This custom estate home is a delightful mixture of classic and whimsical styles and is featured in Autumn 2012 edition of Michigan Home & Lifestyle. Photos by Dave Speckman
I love it! It is amazing. Looks like something you would find in a museum. It makes me happy to just look at this photo. I think living in a home with it would put me on Cloud 9. And, Wow - the stair railing carvings are magnificent.
“Awesome Chandellier” — juliapc
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
Carriage House
reinvented throughout. Landscaping was added to connect the home comfortably to its grounds. Furniture and furnishings were selected to work in harmony with the architecture and to create a timeless and gracious place to call home. Photo Credit: Sam Gray
Thanks for your interest, but these are the only photos we have of the stair case and railing. The front view of the newel is the same as the side view.
“the iron railing” — sonalsaxena
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
and diffused task light create a dynamic effect that will change with the day. What do you see at the end of your hall? Next: Browse 100,000+ home design photos
its my home:-)
“Steel” — Bell Steel INC.
Matarozzi Pelsinger Builders
4 Reviews
Cow Hollow Modern
with etched Starfire guardrails. The stainless steel Bulthaup kitchen and module systems include a 66 foot counter that spans the depth of the home. Photos: Marion Brenner Architect: Stanley Saitowitz
This formally Edwardian home was seismically upgraded and completely remodeled into a modern residence consisting of concrete, steel and glass. The three story structure is served by an elevator and rests on an exposed concrete garage accessed by a grated aluminum gate. An eight by six foot anodized
“Sculpture” — purplelily123
Hoover Architecture, PLLC
2 Reviews
Modern contemporary house
Modern staircase with stainless steel cable railing and 4" thick reclaimed timber stair treads lend an open feeling to this light and airy home. Photos by Philip Jensen Carter
“Light wood stairs” — themayfields
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