4,449 two-toned cabinets Staircase Design Photos

Kamm Architecture
8 Reviews
The Q
the additional unit in the living room, same a kitchen cabinets
white cabinets...gray cabinets...two tone cabinets
“the additional unit in the living room, same a kitchen cabinets” — Jennifer Wright
Talla Skogmo Interior Design
1 Review
Stair Cases
two color stain on steps
stair color two toned
two tone wood colors
The two tone staircase
two-toned staircase...Two tone stairs...Two toned
“stairs” — West Queen
19 Reviews
Lorraine Vale
Is a hallway hanging lamp, gold antique tone. I just want update the way it look.
i have darkwood flooring on main rooms but staircase is a lighter tone
We are moving into our forever house so I am not thinking of resale for a change! I notice that you have a gold tone chandelier where most young people use the oil rubbed bronze or black. The house we are moving into has a beautiful very expensive lantern (in style)
the house if I leave it? It has another smaller flush not as pretty light right near the door. I am going to change all the doorknobs from brass to tone it down. I also have Henkel Harris, Baker and Stickley furniture with brass hardware. Do I need to change those too? I really appreciate any opinions
“floor color and wall color” — collin826
Loudoun County Interior Designer
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Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
Citrus Bloom
Thanks for the question. Unfortunately we don't have the documentation on what brand was used, just that the finished color was to be a honey tone.
Two tone stained entry
Two Tone Floor...Two tone stains...Chair and cabinet
“Chair” — katsden
Modal Design
Walnut Residence
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
storage in the house...cabinets in hall ways
Stunning... The lines, stairs, bannister, wall storage, flooring, color tone, love everything
and closed cabinetry below. It quickly transitions to a more solid zone as one enters the living area beyond. The architects have used this to create two spatial effects. First, in the more horizontally compressed entry and stair area, the cabinetry is more open, which enlarges the perceived width of the
“Thick wall” — vaishalipandya
Lawrence and Gomez Architects
5 Reviews
Hillsdale sideboard
like the cabinets as a buffet idea
Cabinet color. Light but no yellow tones
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
cabinet with stone top
frosted glass cabinet door
china cabinet...staircase cabinet
“Just an idea....put ceramic fish on outside of stairs?” — dnason
Sutton Suzuki Architects
5 Reviews
Amazing design and stain. Love the two tones. Curious about the wood species used for the treads and risers? Thanks
Two tone stairs. Cove in window top of stairs
Two tone stairs top stair bending with upstairs floor
LOVE THIS! two-tone steps, add OUTSIDE strip to hold rail?
“Escaleras pisadas” — alexantillon
A Parallel Architecture
1 Review
A Parallel Architecture
Two toned effect on each step
love the two tone stairs!!!
Wood and grey 2 tone
Two-toned stairs
“Open stairs” — bohkevan
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