2,191 split bedroom Staircase Design Photos

Victory Homes of Wisconsin, Inc
2 Reviews
Dover II: stairs to lower level
Ideabooks1
Questions0
split bedroom
Joel Eckstein
Great 1 bedroom nyc
Ideabooks4,358
Questions1
open riser stairs / split level plan
give this split layout an almost Scandinavian sensibility. The low ceilings might have made this space feel cramped were it not for the pale palette..."
the steps that ascend from the living room to the floor above the kitchen, most likely a bedroom. A unique view of the living room is had from this kitchen.
Spare blond wood and clean, pure white give this split layout an almost Scandinavian sensibility. The low ceilings might have made this space
“staircase to nowhere use as shelf and perch to see out to view.” — mpharrold
Quezada Architecture
Lovell Residence
Ideabooks7,840
Questions7
is it possible to see the whole floor plan? I like the split level but I have a narrow lot
open railing and wide expanse of open windows makes this space so classy and celebrates the dreaded split level
Glass railings keep the split-level view open and safe.
Too often, split-level stairs look clunky and awkward. These appear to float, underscoring the restful lines and serene feel of the space.
“Stairs” — janvier123
Garret Cord Werner Architects & Interior Designers
6 Reviews
Staircase
Ideabooks1,110
Questions2
Create a division. Don't twist your neck: this split staircase instantly warrants a double-take.
Split staircase...so unique
funky split staircase
Killer split stairway
Split staircase, that's interesting.
Split stairs...Split staircase
“split stairs” — Cayenne Barnes
SemelSnow Interior Design, Inc.
Stairway
Ideabooks1,074
Questions1
More the split level I was thinking about
nice split level stairs/room
split level staircase
the split level stairs
split level stairs...split levels...split level
“Stairs-dark wood and white bumpers” — creativewilson
Claudio Ortiz Design Group, Inc.
1 Review
Exterior, Entry, Living Room, Kitchen and Bedroom
Ideabooks2,657
Questions7
Exterior, Entry, Living Room, Kitchen and Bedroom
I live in a pretty typical and boring 1960s split-level home. Although I don’t have a photo of the space, I am renovating and wondering how to create a better flow and connection between rooms and levels? Any suggestions?
have to agree with Mint and Smith. I've seen such a paint split on rounded corners. Even done really well, it's not ideal. There are a lot of ways to bring color in to make a space feel different, like art, rugs, textiles.
I really like split level homes. The separations are terrific and there's so
so much you can do with them. The photo is of a typical split where we removed all of the walls on the main level to open it up. As bepsf says, hire a good local architect to help you with this.
“round corner bead on arches” — Hunter Roberts Homes
Mackle Construction
Mackle Construction
Ideabooks23,925
Questions16
split entry with a foyer window
Split to moms bedroom?
Split staircases...Split staircase...Split wing landing.
“Two staircases” — doubletrouble26
Peregrine Design Build
12 Reviews
Living Room
Ideabooks1,455
Questions1
Two stairways on split level addition
split level stair case spacing
Model tangga ke ruang split
Split level...split level
“Stairs” — pwinckers1
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