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Kelley & Company Home
hallways and landings
fact that I had no idea what kind of design style he had. I mean, I knew he had style, and that’s one of the reasons I loved him, but he had been sharing a house with three other guys, and his room had consisted of a bed, books, a giant computer and way too many sneakers. Moving in together was a natural
“Love the wainscot.” — steve072156
Rasmussen / Su Architects
8 Reviews
Warehouse Conversion
corrugated panels in the office and playroom, so they repurposed them as a textural pattern for the stair wall. Skylights in the stairway, kitchen and shared bath let light in where windows weren't possible. Steel staircase: Bill Curran Design
“La luminosité” — Lyne-Mélanie Martel
Glenn Gissler Design
Glenn Gissler Design
in ancient libraries or sprawling country manors.SHOW USHave you used the space under your stairs in an imaginative way? We’d love to see it. Please share a high-resolution photo in the comments section below.
“library” — dg3girl
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chadbourne + doss architects
4 Reviews
Cycle House
Thanx alot for sharing it !
shares a wall
“Treads to wall” — hlknutson
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Thank you for sharing your extraordinary designs. Clean and contemporary but adding color totally changes the feeling
Could add some interest to the front entry stairs. Not exactly like this, but this reminded me of the idea Tarl shared.
“wide steps, extra storage with the drawers” — Karen Elias
nC2 architecture llc
7 Reviews
Park Slope Triplex
Complicated and beautiful. You are too clever. Thank you for sharing.
Lovely and unique rail! Thanks for sharing the details.
“library” — claralovesgene
McIntyre Capron & Associates,
1 Review
Private Residence, Newtown Square, PA
compressor hidden out back for cooling. Alternatively, a heat pump with electric backup can be used in more efficient homes. Both cooling and heating share a common air handler that uses an electric fan motor to circulate the air using ductwork. Homes without basements usually have the air handler in the
more grand than ours will be, but the idea of shared light and open at the bottom
“Great stairway/foyer” — archelrose2
Arcademia Group Inc.
Watch Hill
Glass banister, open stairs = light sharing between hallway & landing
“Stairs” — menawi
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