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Staircase Beadboard Design, Pictures, Remodel, Decor and Ideas - page 2

Beadboard Staircase Design Ideas, Pictures, Remodel and Decor

Doors on the stairs to keep the noise down, heat down, and/or pets on one side or the other.

Lighting! white rails instead of little thin peices... stairs all wood, railing white... Railing and beautiful stair stain... railing style... Love the railing... rail on wall... wood railing... Rail and bannisters... square railing... stained stairs, white railing... Railing and wood stairs... Stair railing... stairs - railing !... Stair treads and hand

Railing Design Ideas, Pictures, Remodel and Decor

Stairs painted as a piano keyboard are seen at Wulin Square in Hangzhou, China. There are 54 stairs and they emit a piano sound when people step on them. Picture: China Foto Press / Barcroft Media

The week in pictures: 12 October 2012 - Telegraph

Chinese Chippendale Stair Railing Wentworth Central Square

Great way to avoid all the piles of STUFF that accumulate on the stairs...each child has their own Squared Away with their name on it (personalization is free) and anything of theirs that needs to go upstairs gets put in it. It's their responsibility to take it upstairs, put things away, and then return the Squared Away to the correct step. This looks so much better than a huge pile of junk...and now the kids take care of it, not Mom!

stairs.This would work in my modern house. it slippery?......

Clever Closets - under stair, dormer & attic storage units Ireland - Home

Under-stairs modular bult-ins Woodworking Plan — You can always use more storage space, right? Here’s a simple way to get it by tapping into those roomy pockets behind the walls of your home. No matter what your available space, learn to build these boxes, drawers, doors, and shelves that you can mix and match to fit under a stairwell or into a kneewall or dormer.

Space-saving modular bult-ins Woodworking Plan

We need to build a dormer so there is enough headroom at the top of the stairs because the staircase is on the side. The dormer would have to connect with another one similar to the picture shown.

A half door, Dutch door or stable door is divided in half horizontally. Traditionally the top half can be opened to allow a horse or other animal to be fed, while the bottom half remained closed to keep the animal inside. This style of door has been adapted for homes.