2,784 side-opening oven Traditional Staircase Design Photos

Ben Herzog
9 Reviews
Park Slope Brownstone
Ideabooks4,505
Questions8
All new stair (newel is original) with enlarged structural opening between living room and hall. Photography by Marco Valencia.
You may find that you want to treat the sides and top of a cased opening the same. So you'll take the same profile that's used on the sides, or jambs, and run that all around the opening. In this example, a cased opening is created by using the same trim on the sides and on the
may find that you want to treat the sides and top of a cased opening the same. So you'll take the same profile that's used on the sides, or jambs, and run that all around the opening. In this example, a cased opening is created by using the same trim on the sides and on the top of the doorway. In a window
“dining room entry” — rwaterman2214
Dennis Mayer, Photographer
26 Reviews
Chapin Road
Ideabooks3,912
Questions2
i like the openings coming down the stairs
the outer side with columns and panels
way to open stairs to the den
level high of left side
Open up the stair case
Alternative to opening whole wall
Side rail...Stair opening...Open staircase...Open wall...partially open wall...side table
“Basement at amber” — kfrede
Great Rooms Designers & Builders
8 Reviews
Great Room Staircase
Ideabooks3,383
Questions2
love the flow and openness and wood pillars
Kitchen offset to one side, with bedrooms above.
love staircase opening to livingroom
Good idea for open plan
so awesome and open :)
Spacious open area and ceiling
Love open concept...Open down stairs...Open concept...Huge open concept....Open space...open stairs...nice open floor...open floor plan...open plan
“Stairs” — mjwnixa
Loudoun County Interior Designer
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Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
14 Reviews
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
Ideabooks6,751
Questions10
What does the staircase look like from the ground floor? is there another banister on the left side of the stairs? Thanks.
Are those nightlights in the wall on the right side of the steps.An if so are they built into the wall or in outlets.
Hello, There is a wall on the left side of the staircase, not a banister. Thank you! Case Design/Remodeling Inc.
look bad - with a 2nd rail stuck to the wall on the other side. I think we should do one side or the other - iron rail to wall then stop on that side - just 8' run at top with only hand rail going up the rest of the stairs on the LEFT hand side.?
going up are open but going down are against a wall. Would need the railing to continue down, though.
“the carpet on stairs” — shiying80
Koch Architects, Inc. Joanne Koch
5 Reviews
Entry Foyer / Hallway
Ideabooks5,127
Questions3
Straight stair options. Opens stringers, pillars on both sides. Option for hand rail to wrap around one pillar
Resembles ours with more open space
open stairway on both sides
Open stairs on both sides
storage on both sides
Warmth and openness...open both sides...open staircase
“Railing” — lbsr
blurrdMEDIA
3 Reviews
Fall/Winter 2012
Ideabooks5,124
Questions2
the recessed detail on side of stairs
pretty example of open stair to basement.
open basement stairs
Open railing upstairs
open staircase to basement
Open stairs...Open stairway...Staircase open?...Open to basement...open doorway
“Nice!” — nysnoopy1029
RW Anderson Homes
Kirkland Tanditional
Ideabooks11,429
Questions6
For our stairway to open up
Bright, cheery, open.
Open stairs to basement
Open floor plan loft feel.
Large open space....Open staircase...open stairway...outdoor oven
“stairs rail” — atiikhii
Mary Prince
9 Reviews
Historic Antique Federal-Style Becomes Bright and Roomy with R
Ideabooks4,412
Questions4
stairs open. Bannister on other side for us.
I like the open left side and the wall with the header. Push back to third step
Rose: stair in entry with same opening as ours to (old) dining area
Expose only 1 side- stairs
Open stairs and floor color
stairs open to ceiling
Open staries...Half open stairs
“all white” — Kristina Long
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