Glass panels keep the room looking and feeling open while offering secure travel up this staircase. The natural look of the wood stairs blends beautifully with the light hardwood flooring. A black handrail and stainless steel sconce complete the modern design.
This entryway is masculine and modern, with a dark wood staircase and a stone accent wall offset by a stretch of white. A large piece of contemporary art brings some punchy color into the space as well.
Concrete floors and wood ceilings mix with broad, industrial-style windows to create a home with rustic-modern appeal. The house, situated in northern California, is designed to complement the surrounding landscape and enjoy the views.
Instead of completely closing off the stairs from the living room and kitchen, designers used wood slats spaced several inches apart. The result is a dynamic wall that adds tons of visual interest to all the spaces.
A new metal staircase, and a polished cement floor replaced the water damaged wood from the flooded basement at the Sarlo home. Water proof materials were chosen by the cousins in case of another flood. As seen on HGTV's Cousins on Call.
The first thing guests see when they walk through the front door? Soaring ceilings, recessed lighting and a metal-and-wood staircase that leads to the home's second level. Because the condo has such an open floor plan, the designers used large area rugs to visually give the owners a distinct "dining room" and "sitting area."