476 one piece toilet Staircase Design Photos

Jeff King & Company
7 Reviews
(for the middle portion on the vertical column) and attach one upside-down to the wider, and one right side up to the upper portion so that the ends meet
attach to top of column/pillar just like you would to a ceiling. • Cut a piece of mdf/wood to cover the top of that crown moulding just attached (otherwise
Cut and attach large crown moulding to the top of header • cut and attach piece of mdf/wood to cover top of large crown moulding Go to a lumber yard or
One of a kind, manufactured for this job specifically.
“spindles” — Bill Louis
Loudoun County Custom Builder - Best of Houzz 2014
Bensonwood's mission for over 40 years has been crafting beautiful and healthy, high-performance home sanctuaries capable of enduring for centuries.
Mina Brinkey
6 Reviews
Carcary Residence
know where you found that wonderful cabinet.? I won't sleep until I have one!!
numbered stairs great for little ones leaening how to count
store and screw or glue them to the risers. Choosing different fonts for each one adds interest and informality, and means you don’t have to worry too much
Paint color Touch of rustic wood piece...the piece of furniture o the right
“Staircase step numbers” — rhondaschum
Spacial Images
1 Review
The Zinc House
bringing extra light into our space. Perhaps through daylight simulating pieces. I'm interested to see how you created the light source at top if the stairs
One slip and that is a long way down. Doesn't code require handrails??
of wood is no longer the preserve of country-style homes. From rough-hewn pieces warming up slick schemes to smooth, waxed planks set against pure-white
Basement stairs - light box to one side
“Staircase!” — Miimii Morales
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
Brooklyn Brownstone
Make a dip-painted wall sculpture. Yes, the piece shown here was created by an artist — but that doesn't mean you can't craft
3. Make a dip-painted wall sculpture. Yes, the piece shown here was created by an artist — but that doesn't mean you can't craft
3. Make a dip-painted wall sculptureYes, the piece shown here was created by an artist, but that doesn’t mean you can’t craft
“Adorno pared” — mabybo
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
Carriage House
someone insert the metal piece without taking apart the railing/
We want to replace our glass inserts with a metal piece, possibly like this. We are
of the actual metal piece and how you will secure it to the railing. The installer might be able to do it without removing pieces of the railing, but that's
question Bhuwan Ghimire. The newel post at the bottom is roughly 6-1/2" and the one higher up is roughly 5-1/2".
“hol” — ewaolsztyn
Sara Hopkins
5 Reviews
Persian antique runner was custom sized and fitted on this expansive staircase, one of many in this architecturally complex and dynamic house. It cascades down
very pretty. These are nicely done. I Love it, fun work out as well! Up one, down the next. : )
It's an antique Persian runner, one of a kind, cut and fit to the stairway.
love one large newel post in stained wood.
“Art niche” — melhilley
Erotas Building Corporation
4 Reviews
Front Entry and Main Staircase with spiral balusters and oval window
just want to know what is the first one to be done, the wooden handr
i just want to know what is the first one to be done, the wooden handr
I am sorry, but we do not have that information - that piece belonged to the home owner. Alethia Erotas Building Corporation
more elaborate balusters on this one....Good one
“wall color” — judimay
Susan Teare, Professional Photographer
5 Reviews
Winter Cabin
I'm not a fan of spiral staircases, but the right one might work in my condo. It could potentiall free up a lot of space?
spiral staircase from master deck down to lower one??
wind around a post in the centre of the piece. These treads are ‘tapered’, meaning each step becomes smaller at one end so that they can wrap around this
A spiral staircase is one of the main architectural finds from a salvage shop in Vermont.
“Dis hy” — george1409
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