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I feel like if I had this I counldn't have any thing pink in the room I would paint it white or black

Where architecture meets Typeography / Louvre stairs

Photograph courtesy of Melanie Turner Interiors (also shown in the September 2011 issue of Better Homes and Gardens).

Inspiring photography. Each stair is lit from every angle, the stairs appear to be inside out, going up, and going down all at once. The color of the stairwell fades from a pigmented black to a soft blue. The photo's concept is simple, but the details make the image really striking.

I don't want to carpet my stairs but my dogs' hips would appreciate it - this blends nicely with the dark floors

My Aunt had a home built in the 1800's that had a stairwell just like this.

The Tulip Stairs, inside the Queen's House, Greenwich Park in London.

Staircases built to code may be great for people, but smaller pets might find them steep or intimidating. Here's one solution: build your pet a separate staircase!

Designer Stan Topol's extraordinary staircase in Veranda magazine

Your Realtor Says, "NOT TO CODE" but, this Might Work For Attic Access in a Tight Space! via shainamacisaac

Blue on white Greece. Wh...wow. What a stunning effect. Clean, breezy, sharp. What a contrast.

I really enjoy this mansion-styled staircase. It becomes a focus point in the center of any home, consisting of luxurious wide steps that fork left and right mid-way up. Extravagant.