421 industrial home utility Staircase Design Photos

PLACE architect ltd.
1 Review
We have a residential deck rail to remodel for a lake front home. How custom do you get?
stair landing book shelves, great idea unused space in our home.
The book shelf. Encourage reading in the home.
Industrial stairs. Look very safe & could be cool design element
Utilisation de l'espace escalier
nice industrial looking stair
The utility!...industrial but good...industrial look...Industrial stairs
“Bookcase and stairs” — jenzim
Uptic Studios
2 Reviews
Liberty Lake Residence
efficient home and an eclectic empty nesters paradise. The dwelling combines the functions of a library, music room, space for children, future grandchildren and year round out door access. The 180 degree pergola and sunscreens extend from the eaves providing passive solar control and utilizing the original
How did you get this industrial look and still give protection to the steel from rust? Thanks
“Vigas y baranda de la escalera” — letsfiguer
Danielle Wallinger
10 Reviews
Studio D
Love the clunky look and the ability to utilise the area underneath
Industriall look, plus turn. Maybe a little too industrial?
Stairs are a little too industrial and large, but this in a narrower form could be good... Also like brick + floor + metal combo - floor is far shiner and polished than others I've looked at.
Stairs are a little too industrial and large, but this in a narrower form could be
solid optic, gap between steps, industrial look
“Love brick!” — jdlombardi829
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Best of Houzz 2014
Whether it's traditional or transitional design motifs, Barbara works closely with clients to discern their needs and tastes, and then produce extraordinary results within a budget.
J.A. Hand Construction, Inc.
4 Reviews
Warm Woods
railings were a custom design for this home and were fabricated locally by a company that specializes in ornamental metal work. I would research quality metal fabricators in your area to utilize for your project. Good Luck!
The railing was actually manufactured utilizing solid bar stock, stainless steel
I'll assume that you are referring to the railing system. It is constructed utilizing solid stainless steel. The surface of the metal is finely abraded to achieve what might commonly be referred to as "brushed stainless steel". So what you are seeing is the metal itself
The wood species utilized in the floor is an eastern hardrock maple in a 4" wide plank. It is a standard milled tongue and groove sand and finish in place product that can be sourced
“I've always wanted lights on the steps, and this looks like a great way to add them.” — unpainted
Nic Darling
100k Stair Wall
cheap/cheerful plywood, great for utility areas. Like the white basement/lcquer concrete floor, too
Postgreen Homes utilise des matériaux atypiques comme le contre-plaqué ou le béton. Ces matériaux, en plus de respecter le budget serré de leurs clients, permettent aux
Now we’ll head over to the fifth borough, Philadelphia. The $100K House demonstrates how one can create an eco-friendly home without blowing the budget. Nic Darling kept the labor and construction costs capped at $100,000. Here the staircase plays peek-a-boo with plywood,
“fun idea” — Jessica Nelson
Bluetime Collaborative
steel and cherry stair
Do you like this industrial staircase or do you think it is too rough & raw?
build a home like this
Industrial look...Industrial stairs
“stairs” — Geitz Design Associates
Les Collections Dubreuil
Maison Conteneur - Container House
etal tables and ammo boxes add to the industrial appeal, while reclaimed barn wood warms the look. Tables, sofa: Maison Corbeil industrial staircase by Les Collections Dubreuil Les Collections DubreuilSave to IdeabookEmail Photo If you think
All containerized home
Good container home...industrial bookcase...industrial bookcase
“wall” — lucas356
Malbec Homes & Renovations Inc.
4 Reviews
From Concrete Barn to Custom Home
From Concrete Barn to Custom Home
Absolutely beautiful! I wish you could replicate this home where I live in Alabama…hint:)!!
Like this combo of industrial warehouse and modern. No white walls.
Industrial staircase, open floor plan, exposed steel trusses, large windows off family room.
What do you think about this material instead of traditional balusters? This would be too industrial for my husband
“StairCase 3” — rmzeus
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