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  • Rachel Stegge

    Stairs you can walk under, love the idea of no wasted floor and open space. Dream house!!!

  • Magda Madri

    Walk under staircase, catwalk staircase, bookshelves understairs, hallway through stairs.

  • Lauren Collmer

    love it! open staircae

  • Mykal Bailey

    Stairs you can walk under, love the idea of no wasted floor and open space. Not that I would be using that hallway though...

  • Rhonda Burns

    change floor plan? stairs you can walk under, love the idea of no wasted floor & open space.

  • Lainey Elizabeth

    Home Interior Ideas - open space under stairs.

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