A bold red and orange runner spices up this white staircase. The patterned rug gives a southwestern feel to the traditional look of the dark wood stairs over a white base. Dark railing matches the steps for a cohesive finish.
This stairway has undergone a complete facelift, as seen on HGTV's Flip or Flop. Dingy green walls were covered with a clean neutral tone and dark wood replaced an ugly beige carpet for a fresh contemporary look.
Susan Brunstrum meticulously designed her client's great room with a clear vision in mind. From the dark wood railing at the stairs to the textured console table and knickknacks, each accoutrement has its place and function in the room.
On HGTV's Fixer Upper, this shotgun home was totally transformed from the inside out. The house itself was moved from one location to another and the area on top was extended to create a loft area. The home features new windows, front porch, brick skirt and attractive landscaping.
An Eastern influenced cabinet is a great and functional anchor point for storage and organization in this eclectic foyer. The spiral staircase with patterned carpet and dark wood railing is a striking way to introduce visitors to any home or business and contrasts warmly with a beautiful wood floor. Attention to detail – like an ornate sconce, decorative wool rug and fun oversized candles on a contrasting black table – makes the space immediately fun and inspiring.
Dark wood columns, railings and exposed ceiling beams define this second-floor landing in a contemporary beach home. A unique ceiling light fixture draws the eye up to where exposed beams intersect in the vaulted ceiling.
Continuing with the midcentury modern design, the upstairs hallway includes hardwood flooring, a dark gray accent wall and black metal railing topped with wood. A sputnik chandelier illuminates the space.
A variety of materials are used to make the staircase in this gorgeous coastal-style home. Dark wood steps and blue-glass tile risers complement the horizontal metal railing and the white wood posts and baseboards. The blue tile lends color, texture and protection against scuff marks.
This spacious bar area features dark brown wooden cabinets and shelving, allowing ample storage space for bar essentials. Wide plank hardwood floors were designed to match the cabinetry, while neutral stone countertops provide a light contrast. A curved staircase with a wrought iron railing is positioned overhead.
This fully-stocked bar is tucked away underneath a curved staircase with a traditional wrought iron railing. Dark brown wood accents are used throughout the space, including the shelving and hand-crafted bar area. Four blue upholstered stools line the bar, providing a comfortable spot for kicking back with a drink.
The staircase leading into the foyer is an example of midcentury craftsmanship. Dark grey tile was added to accent the staircase's style. The original treads and railing were left, and the handrail was replaced with the wood cap that the client requested for a more authentic finish.
Dark wood cabinets with wine racks transform the small space underneath the stairs into a full-fledged wine bar. The dining room is situated conveniently on the other side of the interior window, making dinner parties and gatherings a breeze. Stone floors and wrought ion railing add Mediterranean flair.