Hillsborough mediterranean-staircase
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Hillsborough Mediterranean Staircase, San Francisco

Photo- Lisa Romerein
Staircase - mediterranean wooden l-shaped metal railing staircase idea in San Francisco with tile risers — Houzz

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Lisa L wrote:
Cool stair tile! Could you please tell me the tile name/manufacturer?
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World Mosaic (BC) Ltd.

We supply this tile. It is called Maghreb 21.


If you have any further questions about this tile we'd be happy to help!

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Tabarka Studio

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princess3852 wrote:
Love the railing! Please tell me where to purchase it. Thank you!!
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We designed it custom for the space

bluette wrote:
Would really like to buy a bench just like that one! - I saw the Hillsborough home in CA magazine while visiting LA from Seattle. I'm so hopeful that you can tell me where to find another bench like the one shown. My four year old home is still awaiting a bench in our very similar front hallway. I've looked all over and have not seen the right one until just now! Thanks in advance for any help you can give.
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We made it custom for the space. It has a Katie Leede textile on the cushion.

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Caroline Van Wagoner wrote:
Paint - Love this look. What paint colors are used?
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It's Ben Moore Simply White

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Melanie Wilson wrote:
What is the height of the tile? Did you need to cut it to fit?
M Blanchet wrote:
kitchen update ideas - 13 by 18 with 1 end having three windows, the present dining area that looks out to the bay. The door to the dining room is at opposite end at the corner . One long side is open to the family room. The opposite long wall has a center window looking out to an unappealing area and has the kitchen sink immediately below. Need ideas to change the focal point to the bay even with food prep. Ideas?

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Becky Harris added this to Houzz Tour: A Home’s Spanish Colonial Style Gets a Rich Refresh
Entry. In the front entry, encaustic cement tiles on the stair risers and an iron railing catch the eye and set the tone for the house. “The immediate entry has a very low ceiling, so I wanted to draw the eye up the stairs and down the hallway,” Davin says. She designed the railing to fit in with the home’s original Spanish Colonial style.“One of my clients likes antique rugs but for the most part prefers new pieces. That’s just her thing,” Davin says. So instead of buying an antique bench, Davin designed one herself that looks like it’s from the era and fits the space to a T. She topped it with cushions in a Katie Leede textile. The herringbone oak floor is original. Davin scattered vintage Oushak rugs like the one seen here throughout the house to add pattern and touches of age.Wall paint: Simply White, Benjamin Moore; vintage rug: Tony Kitz Gallery; stair riser tile: Tabarka Studio; check out more cement tile

What Houzzers are commenting on:

nancy1488 added this to Flooring
Tile and wood for stairs; wood throughout
HU-184667105 added this to webuser_184667105's ideas
Not this design, but some design on stairs like this
bekah1975 added this to New House
Would it be possible to have tiles on staircase risers? If to expensive, forget.
okmarni added this to Entry
I like how the wood changes shape/dimension from one room to the next but it still flows. An idea for entry or to make one room stand out.

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