Coretec Plus Blackstone Oak
Coretec Plus Blackstone Oak
Fillman & Sons Floors and More
Mid-sized elegant wooden curved staircase photo in Philadelphia with wooden risers
Cork Mosaic Floor Tiles
Cork Mosaic Floor Tiles
Design For Less
Cork Mosaic Floor Tiles are a versatile, extremely durable, environmentally friendly material made from 100% post-industrial, granulated, and pressed cork by product from the Portuguese wine cork industry. These distinctive 1 inch cork disks ( think of 1/4” cut wine stoppers) are then affixed to 12×24 inch interlocking sheets for easy installation like any standard tile. These tiles are in their natural state and can be stained any color or used in wet applications by adding water based polyurethane to the final installation. Cork is a natural thermal insulator with great acoustic properties which are just a bonus to this very good looking distinctive tile. Whether it’s commercial or residential, wet or dry, floors or walls, cork mosaic tiles are the do anything and always look stunning tile choice.
Mountain Modern
Mountain Modern
Bear Mountain Builders
Mountain modern bar located under custom powder coated steel staircase featuring brushed stainless steel countertop and modern interior design accents
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N Street Residence
N Street Residence
KUBE architecture
When man's aspiration is the sky, the ground is only a resistance. - Sverre Fehn In this renovation, a conventional masonry row house is opened up to the sky, with a light, airy interior. The original floor plan was completely transformed for more efficient function and a greater sense of spatial connection, both vertically and horizontally. From a grounded lower level, with concrete, cork, and warm finishes, an abstract composition of crisp forms emerges. The kitchen sits at the center of the house as a hearth, establishing the line between dark and light, illustrated through wenge base cabinets with light anigre above. Service spaces such as bathrooms and closets are hidden within the thickness of walls, contributing to the overall simplicity of the design. A new central staircase serves as the backbone of the composition, bordered by a cable wall tensioned top and bottom, connecting the solid base of the house with the light steel structure above. A glass roof hovers overhead, as gravity recedes and walls seem to rise up and float. The overall effect is clean and minimal, transforming vertically from dark to light, warm to cool, grounded to weightless, and culminating in a space composed of line and plane, shadows and light.
Basement Loft
Basement Loft
Hart STUDIO LLC
The custom designed steel and wood stairs leads to the first floor. An office is tucked into a corner. Photo by Hart STUDIO LLC
Staircase - small contemporary wooden floating open and wood railing staircase idea in Denver
Transitional Staircase
Transitional Staircase
Example of a small transitional staircase design in Minneapolis
Mulholland
Mulholland
Kari Whitman Interiors
Inspiration for a contemporary wooden straight staircase remodel in Los Angeles with wooden risers
Lake Forest Park
Lake Forest Park
Seattle Home Enhancement
Tucker English
Example of a 1950s staircase design in Seattle
Mountain Modern
Mountain Modern
Bear Mountain Builders
Mountain modern stairwell featuring stunning chandelier, modern art and steel railing
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Whitefish Mountain Residence
Whitefish Mountain Residence
Cushing Terrell
Gibeon Photography
Inspiration for a contemporary home design remodel in Other
Alpine Residence
Alpine Residence
2fORM Architecture
What began as a three-story, 1000 sf tower, developed into a unique blend of wood and glass that provides not only shelter, but extensive views of the forest and fields surrounding the residence. The house was almost entirely gutted and the exterior skin was shed to expose the “bones” of the structure. An entirely new plan of 1900 sf was created to accommodate the owners’ living patterns and to embrace both the sunlight and the natural beauty of the surrounding landscape. Even during the gray, wet winters of Oregon, the expansive windows and the open volumes eliminate most of the need for electric lighting during the daytime. These windows, along with the home’s orientation on the site, allow the building to capture enough solar energy to heat the house during the day. The natural warmth of the cedar siding is enhanced by the light that pours in through the wall of windows that soars to heights of 20 feet in the living room and loft. Openings in the living room wall behind the wood stove and in the stairwell allow heat to move vertically throughout the home. A new stairway provides a link between the home’s original footprint and the addition. With windows on three sides, the stair is focused on a fir tree to the east. Climbing the stairs, one feels as if he or she is climbing the tree. Natural materials, including the slate entry floor, cork kitchen floor, and maple panels in the living room and loft, were used throughout the home. The exquisite craftsmanship by the owner, who was trained as a boat builder, was essential to the beauty and quality of the finished product.
Alpine Residence
Alpine Residence
2fORM Architecture
What began as a three-story, 1000 sf tower, developed into a unique blend of wood and glass that provides not only shelter, but extensive views of the forest and fields surrounding the residence. The house was almost entirely gutted and the exterior skin was shed to expose the “bones” of the structure. An entirely new plan of 1900 sf was created to accommodate the owners’ living patterns and to embrace both the sunlight and the natural beauty of the surrounding landscape. Even during the gray, wet winters of Oregon, the expansive windows and the open volumes eliminate most of the need for electric lighting during the daytime. These windows, along with the home’s orientation on the site, allow the building to capture enough solar energy to heat the house during the day. The natural warmth of the cedar siding is enhanced by the light that pours in through the wall of windows that soars to heights of 20 feet in the living room and loft. Openings in the living room wall behind the wood stove and in the stairwell allow heat to move vertically throughout the home. A new stairway provides a link between the home’s original footprint and the addition. With windows on three sides, the stair is focused on a fir tree to the east. Climbing the stairs, one feels as if he or she is climbing the tree. Natural materials, including the slate entry floor, cork kitchen floor, and maple panels in the living room and loft, were used throughout the home. The exquisite craftsmanship by the owner, who was trained as a boat builder, was essential to the beauty and quality of the finished product.
Whitefish Mountain Residence
Whitefish Mountain Residence
Cushing Terrell
Gibeon Photography
Example of a trendy staircase design in Other
Washington Park
Washington Park
Lane Williams Architects
Cork panels are applied to the walls of the stair to both dampen sound and create a continuous accent that passes between floors. From the street, this house once again appears essentially as it did when first design by Paul Hayden Kirk in 1955. Later modifications to the house were stripped away in this 2010 renovation, restoring the original spare, airy aesthetic. The west wing of the house was expanded, and the internal plan reorganized to provide for a more spacious kitchen and separate media room on the main floor, plus a new master suite above. photo by Ben Benschneider
Ballard Home Remodel
Ballard Home Remodel
Potter Construction Inc
Dale Lang NW Architectural Photography
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Grove Avenue
Grove Avenue
HINGEWORKS Cabinetry & Construction
Scot Gordon Photography
Inspiration for a transitional staircase remodel in Richmond
Mid-Century Modern Renovation
Mid-Century Modern Renovation
Honor Homes
The open foyer provides a glimpse of the front door and main floor as well as the wood floor in family room off the hallway downstairs. The color of the gray tile continues on the carpet chosen for the open stairs.
Recent Floor Installations
Recent Floor Installations
Phillips Flooring America
Custom Cork Floor staircase done in Nipomo Ca.
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Kaplan Wright House LA
Kaplan Wright House LA
David Churchill - Architectural Photographer
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Doum residence at the Ridges
Doum residence at the Ridges
Sharmark - Las Vegas, Inc. dba Trademark Studio
Jatoba (Brazilian Cherry) flooring, treads and risers with cork inlay. Curve bent Sapele Mahogany handrails and top cap. Custom balustrade with etched glass. Photo by Mark Snodgrass
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