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For a dramatic statement in the foyer and stairwell, Lindsey Coral Harper covered the walls in Jim Thompson's Duquetterie linen.

Inside a North Carolina House Where Bold Colors Are Mixed Effortlessly

Interior designer Thomas Callaway brought warmth and romance to a 1929 Spanish Colonial Revival house in Los Angeles when he roused its icy white interior with color.

Tour a 1920s Spanish Colonial Revival House

The addition of a dramatic two-story glass wall behind the floating back stairway floods the space with sunlight.

This Dallas House is Traditional Decorating at Its Finest

The original Thonet bench is like a sculpture and serves as a much-needed catchall. Stairwell in Farrow & Ball's Red Earth, with balusters in Benjamin Moore's Linen White.

A New England Farmhouse Gets a Colorful Update

An Antique Staircase

Your Favorite Rooms of the Week

Whose stairs are these??

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  • Shelley Emm
    Shelley Emm

    Aha! I did wonder about that! Thanks for responding :)

  • Christine Wells
    Christine Wells

    It was originally "Who's stairs are these?"

  • Helen Shoemaker
    Helen Shoemaker

    They fixed it.

  • Shelley Emm
    Shelley Emm

    Guess I'm missing the grammar problem...

  • Helen Shoemaker
    Helen Shoemaker

    Exactly what I thought, Christine!

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A New England Farmhouse Gets a Colorful Update

Stripes On the Stairs.

How to Decorate with Stripes
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    Hilda Castaneda


The upstairs landing's showstopping capiz-shell chandelier from Z Gallerie provides a dose of glamour amid more simple touches.

A 100-Year-Old Farmhouse Goes Modern

Mirrors stand in for ancestral portraits in a sly reference to the majestic staircases of 19th-century English country houses.

A 100-Year-Old Farmhouse Goes Modern

This space, with stairs leading down to the basement and up to the roof deck, connects the bedroom wing to the main room of the house.

A Modern, Dramatic House

The foyer's grass-cloth walls extend up the stairwell, where decorative painter Brian G. Leaver embellished them with the fantasy of a live oak.

A Youthful Tudor House

To enhance the hacienda-inspired architecture and connect the upper terrace with the patio, Dalton designed a wrought-iron staircase.

A Global-Inspired Hacienda

2014 Washington D.C. Design House.

See How A Bold Front Door Shakes Up A Historical House

The stairwell hall serves as a mini-gallery for contemporary art, including wire insects in glass boxes.

A Greek Revival Farmhouse
  • Robin H
    Robin H

    I've never seen stairs painted blue, it's beautiful!

Photo Wall Stairs

Rooms Ready For The Kentucky Derby

The trompe l'oeil on the walls leading up the main staircase was inspired by paintings at the Château d'Ancy-le-Franc.

A 16th-Century French Countryside Estate

Designer Thom Filicia removed the stair railing to open up the view from the entrance to the water in a New York lake house.

14 Nautical-Inspired Rooms

Reminiscent of an orangery arcade, the entry hall is flooded with sunshine thanks to lofty French doors.

A House With French Flair

First impressions count. "I think you need to make a strong statement in entry halls — to give an indicator of what you'll see in the rest of the house," Healing says.

10 Tips for A Happy Home

Designer Thom Filicia chose heavy rope in place of a traditional railing and angled the runner to reveal a hint of bare floor in the staircase of a Manhattan apartment. The runner has a subtle stripe.

How to Decorate with Stripes

A double-height window floods the second-floor stair landing with sunlight.

A Bold London Townhouse
  • ellen haffar
    ellen haffar

    Why don't I have a double window on my 2 d floor landing? Lol

A mural of ivory trees and squirrels is based on the flora and fauna of the Illinois countryside.

A Cheerful and Preppy House

Beautifully crafted stairs of interlocking walnut treads lead to the widow's walk.

A Swedish-Inspired Home