36 no 660 just about anything Staircase Design Photos

LDa Architecture & Interiors
5 Reviews
Eclectic Modern Tudor Entry Stair
Ideabooks24,306
Questions14
anyone know anything about the crystal balls? Are they electric or just decorative?
Curious about the art pieces. Who are they
Think about descension as well as ascension. These beautiful works of art can be enjoyed from the second floor and going down the staircase. I'm sure one would notice different things about them during the descent, as what's at eye level changes on the way down.
Frames that are about the same width
aren't wild about the banister and spindles on your staircase, paint them the same color as the walls and watch them fade into the background.
“Windows” — marabr15
Cynthia Lynn Photography
1 Review
Simplifying in the Suburbs
Ideabooks5,606
Questions5
tell me anything about the flooring?
I thought that maybe if one more person asked about the flooring we
rustic look just like this picture, but don't want it to look like we just left our walls white. Want a light warm color that will compliment this shade of hickory, just like the picture.
floor can just as easily have built-in age, warmth and welcome. Consider using a wide plank, like those pictured here. They are inherently more homey than narrow oak strips and are readily available, even in laminate. Check out Armstrong or Pergo for some great, affordable options.
“Floors” — Sala Matt
Elite Metalcraft Co. Ltd
Northwood Project
Ideabooks3,432
Questions1
ideas about space and use of corner in a kitchen remodel. need every inch of space. how about open shelves ideas please
Not the glass, fingerprint hell! Just idea of staircase being open somehow
not add anything and neither would i.
to talk about stairs that occupy central areas of rooms without at least one spiral stair example. This one is boxed out below the treads and risers with a finished soffit, but the guardrails are curved glass, which lets a lot of light into this corner of the house. The opening above a spiral staircase
“All I can say is , WOW !” — deb494
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Full service Interior Design Firm
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Mina Brinkey
5 Reviews
Carcary Residence
Ideabooks2,781
Questions1
I like the numbers on the stairs. Could be anything of interest.
everything about this. I don't know what to do.
lying about.Next think of all of the things you would like to do over the weekend. Consider both the “have-to-do’s,” like events you are committed to attending, and basic chores that need doing, as well as “want-to-do’s,” like home projects, fun outings, hobbies and treats. It’s really easy to overestimate
“just like, makes me happy” — doreneb
Scrafano Architects
3 Reviews
West Loop Aerie
Ideabooks13,673
Questions9
landing is about 9'-0". The distance from the face of the cabinet to the window is just over 10'-0". If you have a similar condition but the space is a bit tight, you could always add a couple risers in a winder where we have that big bottom step. Contact us if you need anything more specific!
to hear about people embarking on the adventure that is building your own dream house. If there are any specific questions for us, please let us know. Thank you!
lead is just a small storage loft for the client's art collection; as the space is rarely accessed, we wanted to create a spatial barrier. Also, we wanted to make it a little bit difficult for the family's (then 4 year old) child to get up there. Thanks for the great question!
“ארון מתחת למדרגות” — asher1606
Martha O'Hara Interiors
86 Reviews
Minnesota Residence
Ideabooks35,187
Questions9
nervous about getting it right & I saw that you answer other questions really well for people. Please take time to give me this color. Our sheet rock goes up in 2 wks & I wanted to have paint decisions by then. Thanks so much!!
Hi, just wondering where the throw pillows were from or what material they were made out of, thanks!
information about pricing and availability: design@oharainteriors.com Best! - Martha O'Hara Interiors oharainteriors.com
information about the carpeting please contact us directly at design@oharainteriors.com. Best! Martha O'Hara Interiors oharainteriors.com
never seen anything like this haha! It's so cool!
forget about your pets. How many times have you winced as the dog or cat tried to take a corner too fast and skidded into the wall? Do pets a favor: Give them some traction.
“飘台” — Qi An
Claudio Ortiz Design Group, Inc.
1 Review
Exterior, Entry, Living Room, Kitchen and Bedroom
Ideabooks2,433
Questions6
are done just right. I have not seen your final work so it's hard for me to judge. The safer route is the latter of your choices. I would try to go for a smooth finish knowing that you will have a bigger market wanting that particular look on the walls. Regarding the sharp corners, they are not difficult
wall was anything but easy a century ago. Once you framed a wall or ceiling out of wood and were ready to close it in with a finished surface ready for paint or paper, you'd first nail on small strips of wood called laths, then put on several different layers of plaster. The work was time consuming and
brand) or just rock. Here's an introduction to this ubiquitous material. Add to ideabook by Claudio Ortiz Design Group, Inc. Drywall vs. Plaster Drywall is a master of disguise. The walls in this picture look like they could be plaster. One of the visual giveaways that you're actually looking at drywall
“beautiful” — vitaminmc
Craig Denis
Architectural and Interior Photography
Ideabooks9,665
Questions13
tell me about the stairs runner? is it one piece or two?
Hi Rose. Please consider these options which are just one of a many and please contact me if interested. Dean
warned about stain problems. My husband and I are empty nesters, but love grandchildren visits, you never know! Would love to send a picture for advise. Thanks
work with anything. They have a way of blending into the background, yet their presence always anchors the room.Make it fresh: Frankly, this is one element that's better as-is. But if you want to try something different, you could layer an Oriental rug on top of a sisal or seagrass one (not, we beg you,
“Rugs” — Peggy Jenkins
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