9,636 wrought iron stair design Home Design Photos

Anisa Interiors
Staircase Detail
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Absolutely beautiful! Where is the wrought iron from?
think that using a tile like this one and then a low pile carpet on the stair would look bad?
Are the stairs individual boards w/ the bullnose solid separate piece?
looking at when I put carpet on stairs that range from 5 feet across to 10 feet across in one long continuous set of stairs.
tile, but I would never put carpet on stairs.... it wears very quickly and often looks dirty and requires a lot of upkeep. I love the dark tread of this
Stairs with tile -note the small quarterround.
the simple white with white design...Like the simple white with white design
“The open shrllor” — Carol Leeanne
Northern Virginia Painting Professionals
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Majestic Home Solutions LLC
23 Reviews
Novi Finished Basement
Ideabooks4,845
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Black post, different wood and wrought iron
wood color and iron rail - no dropped ceiling around corner to the right
iron ? color on walls, carpet?...Stairs angle...Stair finish...basement stairs...like stairs...Detail for basement stairs...Stair way...Like the carpeted stair case...Our stairs...Stair Railing Stain Color??
“Stairs” — jseger15
Grainda Builders, Inc.
Staircase
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Questions2
painted walls, woodwork, wrought iron spindles
Entrance foyer staircase w/ wrought iron & great arched entrance to
Similar doors, beige/taupe color, wrought iron railings, and maybe walnut
Add this style to swirl design....use for stairs at lower r rail...like the sconces on the stairs....Wrought iron...Stair railings...wrought iron, wood, white trim
“I like this idea” — enjiel
Summerour Architects
2 Reviews
Campbell
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Questions0
Stairs- Pieces of Lumber and wrought iron
nice use of wood with iron on stairway. this is more our style
completely lost sitting on top of a solid stair structure. With a wrought iron handrail and balusters, these stairs in the country are a perfect example of
this idea to a distinctly un-modern space. Next: Browse photos of stairs in home design
“Wrought iron handrail” — David Steffee
Modern Staircase
Ideabooks4,152
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Hello, I would love to find out about the engineering needed for these stairs - how does the wall support them? Metal inside wall?? If you could help me
Who is the manufacturer of this stair/railing?
Beautiful. Why not expose the stairs? I think we have
concrete wall. Nevertheless, from above the effect is the same as other stairs here, where the steps seem to float independently in midair.
“simplicity” — kimemrich
CIH Design
9 Reviews
Houston Estate
Ideabooks712
Questions1
This cozy bar nook under the grand custom iron stair case provides an intimate setting with a lighted onyx ounter top and cusstom countere stools.
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Wrought iron with spiral staircase !
I love the stairs rail its
“I like this iron work” — honibee12
Stonewood, LLC
19 Reviews
Stair
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Could you please provide me information on the beautiful iron railing? Thank you!
stairs with other set going to wine cellar
actually a single sheet of metal. Planned out by the designers at Stonewood LLC, the railing's design was created by laser cutting the sheet of metal at
wood iron combo, not iron design...Iron work, curved stairs, open basement
“Railing” — ideas1927
Steven Cabinets
9 Reviews
Stair Storage
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Design by Lynne Stryker, Spaces into Places Photos by Mark Ehlen
Stair Storage...few spindles wrought iron...storage under stairs...Great design...under stairs storage...under stair storage....Under the stairs storage...Stair cabinets...under stairs...stair storage...for storage under stairs...Storage I under stairs...Drawers under stairs...Under stair storage
“storage” — wabross
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