12,692 use color Staircase Design Photos

Tali Hardonag Architect
9 Reviews
Menlo Park
Ideabooks2,336
Questions4
What type of latter did you use to paint these high ceilings???
Hi- This was done by a professional painter using scaffolding.
What color white did you use for the trims and ceiling? Thanks!
Martha Stewart's Plumage is a similar color.
between them is a blue color that pops when you look at them.
A complementary color scheme uses colors that are opposite
LIKE THIS FOR OUR STAIRS GOING TO BASEMENT .... DIFFERENT COLORS
nice use of orange and blue...
certainly don't say "holiday" thanks to their complementary colors.Orange and blue also are at opposite points. In using them, you'll have an instant complementary color scheme.
Dynamic Duo. Colors that are opposite each other on the color wheel create a dramatic and visually stimulating space. Here
“color block” — ldlg
Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
Eclectic Farm House
Ideabooks3,659
Questions3
What colors of blue and green were used here? Absolutely gorgeous!
Seriously do not have a clue. For both the stairs and the walls, I do colorwashing which is a technique of layering paint colors on top of each other. It gives an effect that is more complex than just a coat or two of paint. Sorry I can't help w/ the exact answer.
The color combo! For the bedroom?
wall and bannister colors the same
great use of color - stenciling on stair wall
I love all the use of color and especially the stencil on the stairway wall. I think the cat likes it too!
Basement stairs in bright colors and better light.
1. An Antique Cape Cod House Explodes With ColorThis homeowner — an artist and sheep farmer in Massachusetts — didn't hold back in her home's decor. Bright chartreuse walls, handmade wallpaper and eclectic details cover
“Stairs to bonus room” — cmfrohock
House + House Architects
28 Reviews
Dos Iguanas Residence
Ideabooks743
Questions1
Are these gloss or semi gloss paints? Ay one know the brand /color of the brown or purple? Vicki
Like how paint has been used to make 3-D effect.
surface is a canvas for color. the underside of the stair is articulated in a sculptural manner makes the house ironic and playful.
... a similar means of using color occurs. But instead of volumes being treated with color, the interior walls
wall surface is a canvas for color. And the way the underside of the stair is articulated in a sculptural manner makes the house ironic and playful.
... a similar means of using color occurs. But instead of volumes being treated with color, the interior walls are seen
means of using color occurs. But instead of volumes being treated with color, the interior walls are seen as planar, as if each wall surface is a canvas for color. And the way the underside of the stair is articulated in a sculptural manner makes the house ironic and playful.
“solid wood blockiness and geometry of the stairs” — guptama
DC Metro Home Theater & Electronics Systems Design and Installation
Established in 1979, Integrated Media Systems is nationally recognized as the leading Residential Electronics System Integrator in the Greater Baltimore/Washington Metropolitan area.
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American Modern Thomas O'Brien
Ideabooks5,001
Questions5
does anyone know what specific color & brand the cream paint is?
Do you know the diameter of these balusters? I have noticed some staircases similar to this use a narrower baluster and use 3/step. I like the look of this one at 2/step and they seem to be a bit larger diameter
tread color contrast, tread extends beyond riser
soften the starkness of the formal hallway.Tip: O'Brien is a master at layering elegant, muted colors. When decorating with white, employ various shades to create depth. For example, use a slightly creamier color for trim than what's on the walls to create visual interest. The same applies to furniture.
Use antiques to soften modern lines. Achieve the O'Brien look with a pale palette. Paint walls, trim and ceiling white or cream. For flooring, use light-colored marble, wood like pine or bamboo, or wood painted white or cream. This is a classic modernist trick to amplify the size or light in a room.
“escalier rampe” — brabancon
Erik Thompson - Quatro Lighting Designs
3 Reviews
Downtown Bachelor Pad
Ideabooks117
Questions0
Use this LED Spiral staircase for leading down to entertainment area.
this is a must have, i love colored lighting, great idea on the staircase as well
7. Use color. "Color can be amazing when used in the right location, so keep an open mind about it," says Thompson. "For instance, highlighting a wall, using cove lighting in a bar area or theater, or placing halo lighting around art sculptures or bookshelves can pack just the right punch of color." This
“lighting!” — widget11
Lynne Parker Designs
4 Reviews
Lynne Parker Designs
Ideabooks4
Questions0
use of color
Bold colors
Thomas Roszak Architecture, LLC
Glass House
Ideabooks1,313
Questions1
We used resin coated plywood to get this smooth finish.
use of colour in conjunction with concrete/wood/metal
Consider adding lots of color at the entrance hall.
Mix of bright colors and concrete
Concrete walls with wood and color
concrete and bright colors
Bright colors and modern
Concrete wall, bright colored walls
Bright colours liven up concrete
Use of color...Use of colors...Colour floor...wall colors...Color pops...Colored beams...bold colors...primary colors
“Railing” — coolkathy
Sullivan, Goulette & Wilson Ltd. Architects
stair atrium
Ideabooks844
Questions1
What are the paint colors used here?
geometric shapes and use of material/colour
were used in this space! Modern should not be sterile, at least in my world!
Really fun, bold use of colors
interesting use of walls to create and obscure depth
mix of textures and colors; urban but still comfortable
Goulette used salvaged wood caps on colorfully painted drywall walls, adding brightness and splashes of color to an artfully composed stair atrium. Installations: custom by SGW Architects
Bright color engages throughout this unique home. See the rest of this home
this schoolhouse in Chicago renovated into a residence for a family of seven. Sullivan, Goulette & Wilson Architects designed a "stair atrium," a colorful and light-filled heart of the project.
“wow!!!!” — candle1112
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