3,071 on line bathrooms Staircase Design Photos

Best Builders ltd
3 Reviews
Best Builders ltd
Ideabooks9,346
Questions7
Open stairway, clean lines and bright openness
rail, straight edge wall line
I like the clean lines
“Floors” — Kimberlee Smith
Virginia Staircase Designer and Manufacturer
Southern Staircase is the industry leading designer, manufacturer and installer of high quality custom staircases and handrail solutions.
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The Anderson Studio of Architecture & Design
The Beach House
Ideabooks28,487
Questions20
Love the curved lines of this staircase
Nice lines
“Spiral stairwell” — anne2529
Moon Bros Inc
Apple Farm
Ideabooks23,586
Questions11
Love the copper tree. Bet it cost a bundle! I think this beautiful stairway would go well just about anywhere due to the smoothness and clean lines.
clean lines of wood stairs contrasts with the arched windows on the left.
plain lines
“Stairs5” — arthur2014
FORMA Design
17 Reviews
FORMA Design
Ideabooks2,404
Questions3
The beginning of the limestone wall is visible in the penthouse's entryway. Stairs lined in the same custom steel railings lead up to the master suite, but thanks to the slight glimpse of city view, the eye is drawn immediately down the hallway to the open common area. Painting in the Entry: Sol Lewitt
“stair case” — andrealangeliers
Design Line Construction, Inc.
1 Review
Hill Street Project
Ideabooks683
Questions1
Design Line Construction, Inc.
line and form
“handrail” — mcwall
Summerour Architects
2 Reviews
Seagrove, FL
Ideabooks2,924
Questions7
It looks like a slab of limestone or travertine. I don't see any grout lines.
Simple and clean lines
The stairs show diagonals lines.
“Stair rail” — Mary Vyas
Prominent Homes Ltd
1 Review
The Derelict
Ideabooks4,284
Questions7
straight,clean lines
modern design, clean lines
straight lines
“Carpet on stairs” — tren_c
Modern Design LLC
4 Reviews
Elegant Entries
Ideabooks15,932
Questions10
a simple glazing as the dry lines are much lighter in tone as what would be the "wet area". This comes from an inexperienced applicator which is often seen with a metalic type plaster product and there are three that come to mind that I will not mention here. The dry lines are caused by two things "
"compression" and/or "overlap" The color is beautiful which I am very familiar with also as I have applied miles of this stuff, but without the dry lines.
“Everything” — Linda Johnson
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