46 subway sign art Staircase Design Photos

Jane Ellison
11 Reviews
Details
Ideabooks2,764
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We can custom make metal signs similar to this at Basin Custom. http:/www.basincustom.com
Metal Word Wall Art for Stairway Landing
lucky ohm mantra sign
wall art protections
Drum for protection art meaning
Art light wash...Wall art...Like the wall art...Wall metal art...metal wall art...Light, art...moulding, wall art...and wall art...Stair way art piece...Wall Art
“chinese writing” — Ashley Felicia
Kate Jackson Design
6 Reviews
Staircase
Ideabooks34,649
Questions19
where is the hippie sign from?
I was just wondering if this was an entrance? I love the "hippies" sign.
Love the hippie sign
Hippee sign for Donna
wall art...Art for ben...Sign for my kid...The sign and rug
“Black and white stairs” — Mandy
b+g design inc.
9 Reviews
Magnifico Residence
Ideabooks4,501
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I would like to find a piece of art like this, where should I start??
A dash of Americana style even works in this very contemporary home in the form of the flag as modern art.More:Timeline of American House StylesClassic Color Duo: Blue and White
Walls...and.....flag art
art work...Love the flag art...American sign...USA sign...fun flag! diy art...Flag art...Sweet metal sign...the art...cool flag art...American flag art
“Love it all but the flag especially” — Tyanna Dalhover Trevino
Loudoun County Interior Designer
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Gardner Mohr Architects LLC
10 Reviews
tropical craftsman
Ideabooks2,745
Questions1
Great call not doing large boxy newel post, stairs are beautifully detailed, balanced piece of art.
designs; influenced by jazz and skyscrapers. Think The Great Gatsby. ◦Art nouveau: Popular in the late 19th century; whiplash curves; nature-inspired designs; finely crafted metal and wood. Think Rivendell or signs for the Paris Metro. ◦Arts and Crafts: Popular in the mid-19th century; handcrafted and ar
arts and crafts. natural wood. Simple detailing
Arts and Crafts-oldest-nature but not curved
Cheat sheet: ◦Art deco: Popular in the 1920s
sheet:Art deco: Popular in the 1920s and 1930s; zigzags, sharp angles and stepped designs; influenced by jazz and skyscrapers. Think The Great Gatsby.Art nouveau: Popular in the late 19th century; whiplash curves; nature-inspired designs; finely crafted metal and wood. Think Rivendell or signs for the
“woods” — helenlouisemc
Thrifty Decor Chick
thriftydecorchick
Ideabooks48,016
Questions17
- framing wall art - using all wall space
Love the warm family photos and art
Like the b&w art on wall
I like the trim with the art but not squares with circle
Square trim with different paint with art work added
paint wall make frame add art
I love the idea of placing 3-D art in wall boxes. You can have a lot of fun with this, painting the box a contrasting color to the rest of the wall, then adding in metal artwork. Metal art is popular right now and can be found everywhere.
“Walls” — maryoa
Central Meridian Photography
Flow Modern Interior Design
Ideabooks429
Questions0
the shelves under the stairs and the sign
the lighted IQ sign instead of a beer sign LOL
Love the sign in this!
iron sign...wall art
“basement floor” — esisson56
Julie Ranee Photography
Holiday Decor
Ideabooks2,094
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picture frame of wreath and celebrate sign
maybe boat cleats? and nautical art
If the stairs were where our current mudroom is this could be cute. open railings, art along the wall going up - visible from kitchen.
On the staircase, I added another wreath-filled flea market wood frame and a pine garland to showcase red glass ornaments and a typography sign that captures true spirit of the season.Tell us: Does your home take a cue from the outdoors? Let us know in the Comments below.
“Cute idea” — janetstoll57
Modern Staircase
Ideabooks6,036
Questions2
abstract art
Large subway stone/tile
modern art...Basement signs
“concrete wall” — Natalie Baker
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