17 pull down spray Traditional Staircase Design Photos

Ben Herzog
10 Reviews
Brooklyn Townhouse
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Hi. We have been let down by another company building a full storage u
evrything, it appears that you built additional storage to the left of that pull out. What' kind of storage is that. Also, what kind of hard ware did you
Re. metal door pull. I checked Hafele but couldn't find it. What do you call this kind of pull?
is a very clever design - a cabinet like this can be made using a filler pull system from Rev a shelf and applying a custom door front to suit your space
the cabinet and the door. Stick with the standard sizes available for the pull system.
Pull out staircase storage, white posts with dark railing
differently, but no less cleverly. Instead of having each step pull out, they’ve created pull-out panels, which allow for the vertical storage of shoes and
Pull out storage up to 3rd floor....pull out shoe cab under stairs
“Under stairs storage.” — suzi_88
Sarah Susanka, FAIA
Libertyville Not So Big Showhouse
Ideabooks1,574
Questions5
joined a strong collection of Nelson's uniquely created fixtures made by spraying a layer of translucent plastic over a metal frame. This technique cut glare
Wondering if we could have open space next to the down staircase and some skylights on the roof to create this indoor garden space
I like the tree in the center with the light shining down.
“skylight vs raised roof with windows” — emilmrg
Angela Todd Designs, Portland, OR
28 Reviews
Craftsman Remodel
Ideabooks27,740
Questions15
else in nook- possibly desk with pull down top, (something that couldn't get messy). Possibly have large built in pull out drawer on landing place things
In the basement, stairs would go down. Could "mud alcove" be at landing of stairs to potential bathroom?
Steps down to mudroom
“Storage” — kmarinicwalsh
Loudoun County Custom Builder - Best of Houzz 2014
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LDa Architecture & Interiors
9 Reviews
Eclectic Modern Tudor Entry Stair
Ideabooks27,558
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going down the staircase. I'm sure one would notice different things about them during the descent, as what's at eye level changes on the way down.
in the wainscoting will also help create a connection between the two and pull the unique detailing of the paneling up the wall.
windows and skylights. But I imagine that once you get out of bed, a trip down light-filled stairs like these also would help jump-start your day.
“Pictures” — 1rangely
Regina Gust Designs
1 Review
Christmas Interior
Ideabooks5,860
Questions5
We will need some type of carpet runner going down the stairs to protect from the dogs or maybe just carpet it .
I do no so much love the pattern of the runner...but I love the runner down the wooden stairs
Major red spray at the end
“Christmas deco” — tubsamet8
Angela Todd Designs, Portland, OR
28 Reviews
Craftsman Remodel
Ideabooks3,574
Questions3
Love this. Wish we could pull off the trim and just have a big wall
Stairs - looking down on...down staircase
“Stairs” — snellp
Sara Hopkins
5 Reviews
Foyer
Ideabooks6,106
Questions8
one of many in this architecturally complex and dynamic house. It cascades down and into another antique beauty with a unique, green center medallion co
Gallery in Thornwood, NY, and also, with their expertise, they helped to pull together all the area rugs to coordinate with each other,. Great resource
pretty. These are nicely done. I Love it, fun work out as well! Up one, down the next. : )
“Carpet Runner” — sdoublet
YAWN design studio, inc. FL IB 26000604
1 Review
Tillinghast
Ideabooks13,976
Questions21
and I was wondering if the wall panelling comes down close to the steps OR does a trim board run down the stairs above the treads on the angle with the
you are oriented on your site. Simple side panels with a sheer that can be pulled would be our choice if we HAD to add drapery here. Email us directly if
“sweet” — smwoods3478
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