A grand double staircase awaits guests who step into this home's entryway. Area rugs, one round and one rectangular, sit atop a rich hardwood floor, which is carried throughout the stairs and risers. A metallic chandelier adds the finishing touch to the room.
Floating wood stairs paired with a metal base and cable handrails leads the way to the lofted home office in this contemporary home. Built-in bookcases underneath the staircase, a warm wood paneled ceiling and hardwood flooring completes the design.
Stairs lead in and out of this long space, which works as an easily accessible and open dining room. Globe pendant lights shine over a sleek wood table lined with white chairs. A shag carpet pads the hardwood floor, and a Roman shade on the window offers light control.
Variegated hardwood complements the lines of a glass-tile backsplash in this modern warehouse turned living space. The horizontal lines continue in the stair rails and the supports for a set of cool, industrial-style doors. Chalkboard paint and a mod pendant above the breakfast bar add character and a touch of whimsy.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, this once dated foyer got a chic update to match the freshly remodeled living room. Designer Sarah Richardson brightened the small space with a coat of white paint, added a new metal banister and topped the stairs with hardwood to match the living room beyond.
Natural light highlights the bright white walls in this modern room. Red chairs surround a thin, circular dining table under a polished black pendant light. The open design joins the dining area with the living room, which features a thick white sofa. Light hardwood floors match the stairs and window frame, making for a cohesive look throughout the space.
This city loft in Dallas, TX, offers a living-dining area with oak hardwood flooring, exposed concrete beams and clean lines. Architectural details act as art in this space, as the marble topped kitchen island draws the eye naturally to the dining table beneath the stairs and to the sofa placed in front of floor to ceiling windows.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, a few simple updates transformed this once outdated entryway into a welcoming, vintage-chic foyer. The front doors were painted a cheery yellow and the dark wood paneling covered in a fresh, modern gray. Keeping with the streamlined aesthetic, old brown tile was replaced with new rectangular white and gray tile and the stairs were updated to match the hardwood flooring of the living room beyond.