3,134 new home hampshire Staircase Design Photos

Margaret Weathers Broker
Taunton Hill Andover NH
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New Hampshire Country Home
“Stairs” — nemc4
Burr & McCallum Architects
Residence in Sugar Hill, New Hampshire
Ideabooks9,622
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Residence in Sugar Hill, New Hampshire
How do you blend old parquet with new?
“Door” — canadianbacon
allee architecture + design, llc
Southern CT Beach Home
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rather than refinishing or replacing, worn floors is much easier on the budget. And if your home is by the beach, carpeting is not such a hot idea anyway — all of that water and sand tracked in will damage new carpeting quickly. Add a little pizzazz with nautical racing stripes on your stairs, painted
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rather than refinishing or replacing, worn floors is much easier on the budget. And if your home is by the beach, carpeting is not such a hot idea anyway — all of that water and sand tracked in will damage new carpeting quickly. Add a little pizzazz with nautical racing stripes on your stairs, painted
“Beachy feel to staids” — pepperjake7
Andrea Swan - Swan Architecture
9 Reviews
Linden Hills Contemporary
Ideabooks27,157
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hi would like to know where I can find the wall stone...I am looking for this exact color for my home...help..
if steel is painted, could you please send me the color? Thanks! Love this home
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“open steps + railing (as open as possible)” — robhoudijk
Envision Web
Black Banks Plantation
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Simons. Troops stationed at Jacksonville, Florida; Savannah; and nearby Camp Stewart took weekend vacations on the island, and a new naval air base and radar school became home to even more officers and soldiers. The increased wartime population brought the island its first public school. With a major shipyard
Meigs of New York set up lumber mill operations at Gascoigne Bluff, formerly Hamilton Plantation. The lumber mills provided welcome employment for both blacks and whites and also provided mail and passenger boats to the mainland. Such water traffic, together with the construction of a new lighthouse
torpedoed by the Germans, bringing the war very close to home for island residents. Due in large part to the military's improvement of the island's infrastructure during the war, development on the island boomed in the 1950s and 1960s. More permanent homes and subdivisions were built, and the island was no
“staircase railing” — Yeshey Tshogay
Axis Mundi
3 Reviews
Greenwich Village Townhouse
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building envelope. All new mechanical, plumbing and electrical systems were installed, and the garden was redesigned. Axis Mundi was responsible for the complete architectural, interior design and decorating of this home. The goal of the project was to respect the charms and scale of the original historical
New York, New York | Axis Mundi was commissioned to design and supervise the complete rehabilitation of a landmark Greek Revival townhouse from the 1840’s. Located on a charming street in New York’s Greenwich Village, the four floor building (plus sub-basement) was gutted to the original brick building
New York, New York | Axis Mundi was commissioned to design and supervise the complete rehabilitation of a landmark Greek Revival townhouse from the 1840’s. Located on a charming street in New York’s Greenwich Village, the four floor building (plus
“Could this be on our stairs” — koyote112
arbejazz architects studio ltd.
k house
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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.
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“I can't tell what the railing is on this but kind of cool” — chandlerlund
Jason Ball Interiors, LLC
17 Reviews
Allen Residence - Whole Home Design and Remodel
Ideabooks21,153
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Allen Residence - Whole Home Design and Remodel
treads. The redo was completed by installing new wood treads, a new handrail and widening the bottom tread to create a more grand staircase. The custom entry light (designed by Jason Ball Interiors) helps create a real statement when first entering the home.
lower step, replaced all the skirt boards (or added some), did new posts, new handrail and new balusters. Treads were stained a darker version than the main floor to set them apart.
Thanks so much. I had to choose my railing for my new house, I wanted the gun metal color and this looks like that color
in your area. They will need to draw up plans anyway for permits, etc., and will be able to tell you what's possible given the construction of your home. Best of luck!
“Curved” — legacy8426
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