The classic staircase and foyer in this renovated row home feature a modern-meets-traditional design, from the dark gray painted stairs with wooden handrail to the neutral, minimalist furniture seen in adjoining rooms.
A lampshade chandelier lights up the deep indention of the gray tray ceiling with white decorative molding. Below the chandelier, wood stairs continue up with a wood handrail and purple, black and gray runner.
A 64-inch-tall Doggie Green Home mirrors the main home in both exterior cladding and crimped metal roofing. The structure was designed by the HGTV Green Home 2012 architect and constructed locally. A set of painted cedar stairs, crafted by carpenter David Brown, provide a rustic finishing touch.
Simple white paneling takes this stairwell up a notch with straightforward country style. A twig wreath adds natural texture, while a gray stair runner protects the dark wood steps. The painted-white risers keep the stairs bright and fresh.
For accommodating kids and guests, Fixer Upper's Chip and Joanna Gaines devised a new bunk room with four queen-sized bunk beds. The bunk beds feature gray and white striped linens, stained shiplap paneling, iron railings and integrated stairs. The stairs are painted white with natural wood treads.
Can you believe these tasteful stairs were once orange? To transform them, the designer sanded the handrails and stained them with a dark walnut stain. Stairs and spindles got a coat of fresh paint, Benjamin Moore Simply White, that matches the hallway walls.