1,981 pet pattern Staircase Design Photos

Luster Custom Homes
12 Reviews
Sterling at Silverleaf Residence
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Questions4
pet cubby under the stairs
large chevron pattern
floors. Color and pattern.
Interesting concept for pets
pet bed...pet nook...Pet nook...Pet perch!
“flooring” — zackrgerberhomes
Board and Vellum
20 Reviews
Bungalow West
Ideabooks3,389
Questions0
Pet place...Pet Cave & stairs...pet hide away
“pet” — Bibiana Ramirez
Michael Robert Construction
12 Reviews
Classic Coastal Colonial Foyer
Ideabooks32,334
Questions26
herringbone hardwood floors with a walnut border. The walls are covered in a navy blue grasscloth wallpaper from Thibaut. A navy and white geometric patterned stair-runner, held in place with stair rods capped with pineapple finials, further contributes to the home's coastal feel. Photo by Mike Mroz of Michael
called Shang Extra Fine Sisal in Wedgewood Blue. By Thibaut. Here's a link: http://www.thibautdesign.com/collection/old_collection.php?productID=5820&patternID=1001 June 28, 2012 at 2:59am
It is called Shang Extra Fine Sisal in Wedgewood Blue. Here's a link: http://www.thibautdesign.com/collection/old_collection.php?productID=5820&patternID=1001
color, patterned rug that work together
serious surface scratchers.Stay away from: Long pet nails, in addition to old footwear. Pets' nails should be trimmed regularly to avoid deep scratches.
“chair” — Mary Wade
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Amber Ranzau
Tudor Kitchen Remodel
Ideabooks2,209
Questions3
interested in the carpet manufacturer, color/type of carpet - researching the best carpet for a living/family room with pets - wear and tear and pet stain are 2 concerns - any suggestions are welcome please and thank you. :)
kind of like this waffle pattern in the
Carpet w/ a little pattern
PATTERNED CARPET ON STAIRS
Pattern carpet...pattern color
“carpet” — ldszmyd
Lisa Borgnes Giramonti
Entry
Ideabooks7,648
Questions10
At first glance, there seems to be nothing out of the ordinary about this lovely traditional entryway. Look closer. That is not the pet dog in the hall. It is a full-size sheep sculpture grazing on the hardwood. LOVE IT.
In the world of pet statues, lambs are welcome to graze indoors. In fact, they don’t even need grass. They’ll eat air if that’s all you have. What a budget-friendly animal!
The home's entryway makes a wowing first impression. Bedecking it in wallpaper with a bold, flowering quince pattern brought the traditional foyer up to date.
“focal point” — fuzzigog
dSPACE Studio Ltd
5 Reviews
Grand Stair
Ideabooks13,341
Questions9
I am simply curious about the detailing of the inlay "Herringbone" pattern. Is this hard to achieve? There doesn't seem to be any expansion required for the timber and a clean butt joint is also provided where the Herringbone
techniques to achieving the herringbone or chevron flooring pattern but a qualified installer should be familiar with this floor pattern. Good Luck with your project! dSPACE Studio's portfolio of work can been seen at www.dspacestudio.com
This pattern does require the pieces to be cut to size and end matched
Hello..gorgeous! How wide is this hallway? Specifically, how wide is the chevron pattern? I have a hallway that is 4' wide that I would like to do this in. I like the singular aspect of it rather than a zig zag. Thank you!
“Trim on walls” — Jordan Mclain
ILevel
Photo collage
Ideabooks47,122
Questions8
We just bought a brownstone with the same newel post and curvy wave pattern along the side. We haven't been able to figure out when our place was built or the original architect. It's in Hell's Kitchen. Any idea the original
I like how the wall is covered in photos. Maybe family photos of people and pets instead of random ones though
“Stairway collage” — Emilee Dalton
Martha O'Hara Interiors
88 Reviews
Minnesota Residence
Ideabooks44,136
Questions13
for the whole family, but especially for toddlers and seniors.And don’t 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.
“Stair nook” — Miho McKay
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