67,402 step risers Home Design Photos

David Sharff Architect, P.C.
15 Reviews
Custom Cape
Ideabooks14,944
Questions7
the outer edge of the platform? I have 42" and then I would need to put a step to get down to the walkway/driveway level.
this photo with your mason, they will be able to build similar - fieldstone risers with bluestone treads.
Would like to do this to our front steps
Front door and rock steps with slate tile top
A possible way to do front steps....Porch - tile, steps and slate tops
“porch step idea” — swit2ni_noralyn
Jamestown Builders
brantley palmer
Ideabooks7,068
Questions6
How are these steps constructed as there is no skirt board? Did you caulk the tred and riser to the wall?
Steps? Is real wood or is laminated floor?
Is the tred or the riser formica? The black vertical piece?
Wood painted white in front of step... To match trim.
are the steps caulked to the wall...step risers?...Grey risers...Steps different color on back...Steel risers...dark riser, chalkboard riser idea...loves this painted riser...Dark risers...the steps...Painted risers...Formica step risers!...Dark risers.
“Grey risers” — fhymson
Chris Pardo Design - Elemental Architecture
4 Reviews
1 Wren Residence
Ideabooks540
Questions1
illuminated step risers, deck on right connects elements behind the diagonal element on the outside
floor, just beyond the steps with the illuminated risers
he first floor, just beyond the steps with the illuminated risers,
Three steps down is a similar idea to what I had
open facing the backyard. The first floor, just beyond the steps with the illuminated risers, houses the bedrooms, while the open living area is upstairs
“Facade” — Paul Milkin
Northern Virginia Interior Designer
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Thomas Thaddeus Truett Architect
Cottage 52 Foyer & Stair Hall
Ideabooks11,494
Questions8
Can you tell me the source of the black and white tile on the risers?
Concrete or tile steps with mosaic risers
I like the different tiles on each step. Nice idea
Tile the stair risers. Add a graphic element by tiling your stair risers. Choose different patterns to make your ascent up the stairs continually surprising
Variable tile on the steps, handrails
“tile floor” — rovzarfam6
Crisp Architects
47 Reviews
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks11,195
Questions11
multi colored bluestone. Can you tell me what you used here for the steps and risers and also do you know of a paver that would work with the woodland cream
used bluestone treads and local stone available in upstate New York for the risers. We used weathered wood architectural shingles for this house although we
Flagstone steps with field stone risers - gentle slope down from house toward lake
“Woodland Cream with Charleston Green” — lidror
Sutton Suzuki Architects
5 Reviews
Belvedere Avenue Residence
Ideabooks2,496
Questions2
Can you tell me the metal used within the riser
wood steps and risers with floating cast iron balusters and wood railing...love it!
stairway steps and risers. silver balusters?
this is what mahogany steps and risers look like
“railing simple” — debraakelly
Fivecat Studio | Architecture
3 Reviews
Pelham Shingle Style for a Modern Family
Ideabooks4,868
Questions2
What is the depth of the steps?
Would this look good with white render on the risers?
Stone risers and treads...Stone on step riser...Steps off porch...terraced steps...Lights on steps...steps and lights...corner steps...Risers for d front potio...Angle of steps?...Blue stone steps...Nice steps
“no” — kellylynn814
Contemporary Deck
Ideabooks20,962
Questions5
What are the lights lighting up the white part of the steps?
stair riser is made with frosted plexiglass and the area behind the riser is painted white to help diffuse the light evenly throughout the whole riser. In
In this case, the stair riser detail was constructed pre-LED everything and the light source utilized here is a custom made cold-cathode fixture. For a
Deck platforms make steps. Lighting with white looks
“lighting” — marthamaines
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