9,312 off-white Staircase Design Photos

Jane Kim Design
Jane Kim Design
white walls
Brick blue & white colors
White wall,brick and reclaimed wood
“Stairs and contrast” — amypheasant40
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Kim Kendall Interiors is a full service Interior Design Firm.
Fraerman Associates Architecture
A Modern Manor
The floors look like Rift & Quartered Oak. White Oak would be ideal to apply a similar stain. Its takes a floor stain very easily and holds up well under food. Let me know if you have any Rift & Quartered questions. Its my specialty. joel@oakandbroad.com
White risers with dark wood treads & floor
white molding
“the stairs” — labc93
Chris Snook
Knight Frank LTD
I have a stairway with a half wall on one side and I need to change the handrail to match the new decor. A white rail would scratch or show dirt so I wanted something metallic.
White oak, glass stair
white wood
“.” — Nora Keleher
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
Carriage House
Design railings? With white main posts
white side to stairs, natural steps.
White and wood
“Scrolled iron work” — terryllee
Shannon Kaye
1 Review
Television and Corporate Projects
mix of color, white, and black
colour stairs with white or creme runner (although this could get dirty quickly)
white runner with color on the outside. But
“For store” — adolats
Photo collage
i like the idea of the dark colour from the wall on the stairs with the decoration and white banster
My black and white photos of dad
white wood
“Dinning” — ayhamabbadi
Stephen Moser Architect
1 Review
Sheared Saltbox
wood and white walls, greyxxxxxxxxxx. grey island, white countertop?xxxxxxxxx
Light and white--again.
“Interior of salt box. Stairs at front entry, hall to back of house (kitchen/family).” — flahertyrs
Deep River Partners
2 Reviews
House on Lake Michigan
i really love this white runner anyone know where this is from or where i can get something similar? most custom websites don't have anything solid white or this thickness
I love how this white stair runner contrasts with the color of the wood and yet allows the spectacular pattern of the railing to be the real standout. It also helps answer two of the most common questions:1. Where should the stair runner end? You have a few choices. In this photo, the stair runner ends
“I love the inset lighting.” — marylipscomb
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