American Modern Thomas O'Brien traditional-staircase
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American Modern Thomas O'Brien Traditional Staircase, New York

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namm wrote:
would you know where I could purchase this balusters? thank you
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jockmacd
what type of banister is this and where can I buy it? It is perfect!
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jmason4588

Where are the stair rods from?

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Kim wrote:
Where did you get the little glass finial on the handrail?
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Janny Zavakos Interiors, LLC wrote:
Love the bench! Who is the manufacturer?
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dwellgirl77 wrote:
Hi can you tell me the diameter of the balusters and newel?
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dwellgirl77 wrote:
Do you know the diameter of these balusters? I have noticed some stair
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camillejames11 wrote:
Baluster diameter? - Do you know the diameter of these balusters? I have noticed some staircases similar to this use a narrower baluster and use 3/step. I like the look of this one at 2/step and they seem to be a bit larger diameter. Thank you!
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drussell wrote:
does anyone know what specific color & brand the cream paint is?
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Wendy Shott added this to Designer Crush: How to Decorate Like Thomas O'Brien
Use antiques to soften modern lines. Achieve the O'Brien look with a pale palette. Paint walls, trim and ceiling white or cream. For flooring, use light-colored marble, wood like pine or bamboo, or wood painted white or cream. This is a classic modernist trick to amplify the size or light in a room. To counteract the white-box effect, decorate with well-worn and well-loved pieces. Here, O'Brien chose an antique Swedish settee to soften the starkness of the formal hallway.Tip: O'Brien is a master at layering elegant, muted colors. When decorating with white, employ various shades to create depth. For example, use a slightly creamier color for trim than what's on the walls to create visual interest. The same applies to furniture.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

karriesaboe added this to Staircases
Love the bench under the stairs
Cynthia Karegeannes, Registered Architect added this to Pawlowski
either stair could be completely open below
mimifrances added this to stair railing ideas
looks like what we saw at Deer Park Stairs

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