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D-Max Photography
Eagle Bay Beach House
Ideabooks267
Questions1
Shallowness of step rise and depth of step are interesting and give a gentle elegance to the staircase
carpet is placed flush with the surrounding wood steps.
carpet and the timber steps needs to be detailed and constructed carefully to create a level finish. The only issue I have with carpet steps is they are challenging
“Stairway” — Maneesha Walsh
AR Design Studio Ltd
5 Reviews
The Glass House
Ideabooks776
Questions1
cantilevered glass steps, frameless balustrade, white walls and incredible light levels give the whole space an ethereal feel. If glass steps are out of the
Glass steps and glass railing...Glass steps
“stairs” — Marisabel Ciantar
ORBIS design
Jesmon Terrace
Ideabooks4,787
Questions3
Stepping stones. So simplistic and minimalist. Got to put in minecraft builds.
requirements. This step in the design process is perhaps the most important because it will create a strong base for all other decisions.
Stepping path...See stepping stones and grass...STEP 7: Spread base
“Garden design” — lisadv1234
DKOR Interiors Inc.- Interior Designers Miami, FL
59 Reviews
DKOR Interiors - Interior design at the Bath Club in Miami Beach, FL
Ideabooks12,104
Questions13
applied to custom size slate and then installed onto the wall. It was a three step process, but very much worth it!
applied to custom size slate and then installed onto the wall. It was a three step process, but very much worth it!" The actual vendor that did this for us
applied to custom size slate and then installed onto the wall. It was a three step process, but very much worth it!
printed in sections onto canvas. The third step was having it wrapped around wood panel frames. The last step was the very precise installation.
“cool wall” — pdsada
Bradford Products
1 Review
Custom Stainless Steel Pool with Infinity Edge
Ideabooks16,486
Questions4
Love this large Baja step and am interested in how deep the first step is.
how deep the first step is, for the stairs leading in, or from the top of the pool to the Baja Deck? The water depth for the baja step is 2.105 inches, and
and the actual first step sits 11.7inches below the water. Let me know if that answers your question! Thanks for checking out our Houzz page Gina1976.
Small square pool with steps/sitting area, etc.
Steps from Tanning Ledge -- Underwater bench
What is the depth of the first step....Curve seat in pool and steps
“Steps from Tanning Ledge -- Underwater bench” — jdw6116
Andrew Niukin
Step stool hiding
Ideabooks367
Questions1
I've been unable to locate the step stool in your picture. Can you tell me the manufacturer/model? Thanks, Owen
Williams Sonoma 2-step stool, 19" x 20-1/2" x 32-1/2" high x 1-3/4" deep
builtin cabinet to hold step stool (kitchen)
Step stool...step stool...hidden step stool...alternate step stool...step ladder...Step ladder storage...Hidden step ladder...I need this step stool/ladder...step stool stow away...Step stool storage...great idea for step stool...Step stool hiding
“Love this - with new cabinets going higher. We are a lot shorter than Daryl and Tina!” — aprilchilders
Daniel Marshall Architect
5 Reviews
Korora
Ideabooks1,091
Questions2
east end cantilevers over the slope, like an act of defiance, while the steps lead to the entrance in the middle of the plan.
east end cantilevers over the slope, like an act of defiance, while the steps lead to the entrance in the middle of the plan.
end cantilevers over the slope as though in an act of defiance, while the steps lead to the entrance in the middle of the plan.
“Boxes” — Shane Rhind
Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
18 Reviews
Grace Design Associates
Ideabooks512
Questions0
the small rocks on the sides of the steps
so you may want to use the steps as a location for some feature stones while maintaining the gravel look as contrast.
A change in grade can often be tricky, so you may want to use the steps as a location for some feature stones while maintaining the gravel look as contrast
gravel path with steps for grade change
“Step” — Greg Lesco
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