34 hotel decor trends Staircase Design Photos
Elizabeth Leahy, AKBD, Allied ASID
Leahy Interior Design
home improvement store can teach you. These were done by a professional decorative painter.
Angela Todd Designs, Portland, OR
Valspar's Churchill Hotel Wheat (3005-10B) is a similar color.
2/3 decorative wall with shorter railing.
Black Banks Plantation
thriving by the 1880s. Beachfront structures, such as a new pier and grand hotel, were built on the southeastern end of the island and could be accessed by
Decor under staircase
Erotas Building Corporation
Curved Stairway and Front Door
This door was custom built for this home, with decorative glass and custom carved wood appliques. Thanks Alethia Erotas Building
Woodhouse Hotel Stairs
St. Pancras Penthouse Apartment
apartment hewn out of the roof space of the grade one listed St Pancras Hotel. Photographer: Philip Vile
Great way to spice up a normally plain part of your home...storage and decorations look great in a staircase.
Kate Jackson Design
Fantastic job on the decorating. Love the color choices on stairs
professional decorator or interior designer. (You’ll find nearly 50,000 of them listed on Houzz.) If you can’t afford a soup-to-nuts decorating job, then
see a trend with zebra;)...Possible decor style...Stairs, woodwork, floors, decor, paint
Anthony Baratta LLC
Nice under-stairs decoration and final step/ending. Poles style
Stare Case, Wall Decoration, Door to Drawing Room.
a note of gentleman's-farm chic to this grand foyer.More:Equestrian ChicTrend Alert: A Horse Is a Horse, Of Course
decoration style handrail...Love the preppy equestrian decor
Michael Robert Construction
Classic Coastal Colonial Foyer
wainscoting and wallpaper in the upstairs hallway? I am doing a similar decor and trying to decide whether I need to continue the look upstairs.
Runner is tacked to underside of bullnose AND has decorative brass rods.
Carpet for… on-trend geometricsA geometric pattern can really lift a restrained scheme, adding
Ellie chose a navy grasscloth wallpaper for the walls. "I'm a big fan of decorating with texture instead of loud colors or prints," she says. "I think walls