452 scalloped shade Staircase Design Photos

Vintage Design, LLC
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Flynn Residence
Ideabooks6,487
Questions3
Scallop stair
“Color of of staircase” — susanrheam
Optimise Design
5 Reviews
House in Dublin 4
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Questions3
this, it looks fantastic! If possible please can you tell me the make and shade of the paint? Many thanks in advance, Clare
hall , all-over grey hue instead, choosing subtly different shades for
Go for shades of grey We’re still loving all things grey for the 2015 home, so this is
try a sophisticated, all-over grey hue instead, choosing subtly different shades for surrounding walls and floors if you’re going the whole hog. And do remember
Go for shades of greyWe’re still loving all things grey for the 2015 home, so this is
try a sophisticated, all-over grey hue instead, choosing subtly different shades for surrounding walls and floors if you’re going the whole hog. And do remember
“STAIR CASE PAINTED” — emmetthouseremodel2012
Molly Quinn Design
9 Reviews
New Traditional Family Residence
Ideabooks29,389
Questions13
What color are the walls? Some shade of gray? Beautiful!
color is neutral enough so if you like it, I would recommend getting a few shades both lighter and darker, put up some test samples and see what you get.
picking colors that work together is especially important. Using shades or tints (shades are darker; tints are lighter) of the same hue can work well in
need to be a big departure from the other colors you are using — just a shade or two darker is enough to make an impact.
need to be a big departure from the other colors you are using — just a shade or two darker is enough to make an impact.
“Table” — sfinnegan1999
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Brooklyn Artist Loft
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faces south; retractable shades cut down on direct sunlight.
retractable shades cut down on direct sunlight
hill light factory - The skylight above the stair faces south; retractable shades cut down on direct sunlight.
The skylight above the stair faces south; retractable shades cut down on direct sunlight.
“Clerestory roof with staircase” — amon95
Inspired Design Ltd
3 Reviews
Contemporary House
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as swapping your light fixture or shade on the stairwell can give it a real boost. It doesn’t have to be a plain shade, either: consider a retro print or
at the easiest tip of all to take from this look: the bold, crimson drum shade, which provides an eye-catching flash against the monochrome scheme. It shows
“panel color” — shawnh10
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Derby Hill Farm Lyme NH
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The four colors used on this stairway are simply happy. The two shades of the same color on the treads and risers, plus the contrasting but co
… while the four colors used on this stairway are simply happy. The two shades of the same color on the treads and risers, plus the contrasting but co
while the four colors used on this stairway are simply happy. The two shades of the same color on the treads and risers, plus the contrasting but co
… while the four colors used on this stairway are simply happy. The two shades of the same color on the treads and risers, plus the contrasting but co
“Rails” — csanderson50
Siemasko + Verbridge
15 Reviews
Green Tea
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Questions7
choosing, helps to create a template to reuse. Then stain the pattern a shade darker. Hope that helps!
choosing, helps to create a template to reuse. Then stain the pattern a shade darker. Hope that helps!
choosing, helps to create a template to reuse. Then stain the pattern a shade darker. Hope that helps!”
“Like the rail” — Randy Thornton
Polsky Perlstein Architects
5 Reviews
Traditional Estate Home
Ideabooks7,243
Questions6
sketch out or stencil any specific design – literally pick out your fave shades and brush them on in any random sequence for your very own rainbow at home…
leave the treads natural wood... Alternate colors, or use a gradation of shades of the same color?
sketch out or stencil any specific design – literally pick out your fave shades and brush them on in any random sequence for your very own rainbow at home…See
“Beautiful pastel colours” — khoque
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