3,915 wall recessed light Staircase Design Photos

Rasmussen / Su Architects
12 Reviews
Princeton Barn Conversion
Ideabooks3,503
Questions8
We are putting in a woodstove in our basement and we are wondering what type, if any, wall treatment needs to go behind
what color and what stain did you use on the walls?
Hello, What color and stain did you use on your walls? we love the look. Ron
Flooring colors with knotty pine walls...Light wood with dark rustic wood
“Staircase and banister idea.” — farley126
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6 Reviews
kagawa
Ideabooks3,652
Questions5
Beautiful wall color may I know which one it is.
Can you please tell me the wall color?
PLEASE tell us the wall color...Wall color...Wall color?...Do you know the wall color?...light and dark paint and woodwork...Wall color
“whole look” — sandymaan1974
BiLDEN
8 Reviews
Brooktree / Los Angeles Mid-Century Modern
Ideabooks430
Questions1
A partially frosted glass ‘lantern’ containing the stair adds light and view while retaining privacy. / photo: Dave Koga and Andrew Goeser
stairs, "lantern" of circular outdoor light brought into and connecting main spaces - LED light with subtle color changes
"The stairs are kind of a lantern that draws light into that side of the house, pouring it into the kitchen, and makes the upstairs and downstairs feel
feet so the homeowners don't feel exposed to the street.The lantern has LED lights that change color at night. "It's very subtle," says Crawford, "and allows
Stairs + Windows on the edge of a wall
“Stairwell” — vl properties
Parkyn Design
21 Reviews
The Cottage
Ideabooks4,942
Questions6
The window for natural lightings for the stair chamber
not quite light enough......wall color...Stairwell light...light fixture...troy foyer light...Troy lighting...Where is the light from?
“stairs” — jeannettebl
KUBE architecture
25 Reviews
N Street Residence
Ideabooks1,244
Questions1
composition, bordered by a cable wall tensioned top and bottom, connecting the solid base of the house with the light steel structure above. A glass roof
gravity recedes and walls seem to rise up and float. The overall effect is clean and minimal, transforming vertically from dark to light, warm to cool, grounded
hearth, establishing the line between dark and light, illustrated through wenge base cabinets with light anigre above. Service spaces such as bathrooms
bathrooms and closets are hidden within the thickness of walls, contributing to the overall simplicity of the design. A new central staircase serves as the backbone
“Vertical wires” — aryaboss
Murphy & Co. Design
9 Reviews
Elegant Stairs
Ideabooks3,945
Questions8
Love the light fixture...where can it be purchased? Details please!!
the office in the left of the photo. My question is what is opposite the wall there the piano is? Does it join up to the great room, or is it just a hallway
not sure it's good for piano/sunlight and hard floor/walls sound? neat candle chandler above
“Light fixture” — adelaide41
Kimberly Demmy Design
10 Reviews
Modern Home | Kimberly Demmy Design
Ideabooks1,919
Questions3
painted black? And why did you chose that finish when the flooring is a light wood finish? i really like it
Love the contrast between black and light flooring!!!
Love the stairs. Use the rail on the wall side of the stairs.
love the light floors with the dark stairs, and LOVE the clear railling
This is what dark stairs light floor looks like
“I like the posts used here” — scrapbitty
Design Line Construction, Inc.
1 Review
Hill Street Project
Ideabooks2,413
Questions3
Lighting against house for front flower bed
Gravel and bamboo against the wall. Ignore stairs
Possibly Bamboo Bannisters to hide wall when ascending
I like the look of the light wood in this one. This would be my #2'choice.
love the light and the stairs and the double height plant area
Plants for feature wall?
“Bambo para mi baño” — Eugenia Drapata
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