1,840 television cabinet Staircase Design Photos

ACRE Goods + Services
7 Reviews
Upstate New York
Ideabooks5,390
Questions1
Okay, so this will take some imagination, but picture this in an "L" shape in the living room and the little part being the place-holder for the television
redundant triangle by building in boxy open shelves. Stack books and magazines for an attractive display, and why not use a couple of sections as a drinks cabinet for when guests come round?
“Storage space” — Irina Akkerman
Lawrence and Gomez Architects
5 Reviews
Hillsdale sideboard
Ideabooks3,940
Questions2
I kind of like the stair railing and cabinets.
would be nice on dinning room wall. Use upper cabinets so not so wide as base cabinets also
Symetrical Cabinet tucked in
glass cabinets below buffet
Cabinets In front of steps
Cabinet beside stairs
Dining room buffet cabinet
cabinet with stone top
frosted glass cabinet door
china cabinet...staircase cabinet
“Love the glass door” — Wilma Belardo
Scrafano Architects
3 Reviews
West Loop Aerie
Ideabooks17,673
Questions9
Ehat give the cabinets their concrete-like look? I like the texture.
can you tell me the height to the top landing? Also the width of open floor space from window to run of cabinets. I'm hoping i have enough space for
The cabinets under the stairs are incredible!
I really like that they run to the edges of the risers. Are there stringers under the stairs, and what is the material for the stairs and cabinets?
Carole! We are so pleased you like this! You are correct: there are a couple wood stringers hidden in there somewhere (if you open that left cabinet door, you can see it). The material you see is all birch plywood with a custom gray stain. The treads and risers are the same material. Thanks for
“Stair storage” — clare_mak
Loudon County Luxury Interiors & Custom Cabinetry
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FORMA Design
17 Reviews
FORMA Design
Ideabooks660
Questions1
Perhaps putting a set of glass panes from the middle of the loft to the ceiling, and placing a television mount on it.
“Bannister” — mitchellkerry8
Shannon Kaye
1 Review
Television and Corporate Projects
Ideabooks1,128
Questions0
Television and Corporate Projects
“Paint the stairs” — Lana Igou
Andrew Melaragno
1 Review
Craftsman Home
Ideabooks8,710
Questions2
Love the green glass in the cabinets
Cabinets to replace living room built ins
Room divider with cabinets abd posts
PARTIAL ROOM DIVIDER CABINET WITH COLUMN
Cabinets, carpet on stairs
Room divider/cabinet work
The cabinets with stainglass
Half wall cabinets...Under stair cabinet...Built in cabinets...built in cabinet
“Division idea” — AB Builders/Kitchens by Design
Mina Brinkey
5 Reviews
Carcary Residence
Ideabooks3,043
Questions1
I would love to know where to get the cabinet?
Cabinet, but with natural colored wood, not stonewashed grey color
Plants, photo, cabinet
Luv the weathered white cabinet
she went to a hardware store, accumulating a collection over time. “I added them because I always count steps as I go up and down,” she says. Curio cabinet: Blue Moon Trading Company
weathered wood cabinet
I love the cabinet...curio cabinet...glass panel cabinet
“Numbers” — ginawaleska
Modal Design
Walnut Residence
Ideabooks5,804
Questions3
Is that the same wood used on the shelves/cabinets? Exceptional house!
thick wall. Typical cabinet depths range from 12 to 24 inches, so compared with a standard wall at roughly 6 inches deep, cabinets are indeed thick walls. This depth offers certain special opportunities: It allows us to fill the space within; it allows us to pass through the cabinets and actually experience
wall cabinets - finish sleek etc
Love how this long wall of cabinets turns into shelves. Very dramatic and beautiful.
storage in the house...cabinets in hall ways
thick wall. Typical cabinet depths range from 12 to 24 inches, so compared with a standard wall at roughly 6 inches deep, cabinets are indeed thick walls. This depth offers certain special opportunities: It allows us to fill the space within; it allows us to pass through the cabinets and actually experience
“cool shelving unit” — jwils17
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