Glass panels on the deck railing allow for crystal-clear views of the backyard. A rattan, egg-shaped swing provides cozy, eclectic outdoor seating. Navy outdoor throw pillows serve as extra seating or a foot rest for the swing.
A glass-paneled banister with a chrome railing lines this long modern hallway on the second floor of this tropical home. Custom art was installed to add visual interest and a door leads out to a patio with an amazing landscape view.
Wood steps match the hardwood flooring on this modern staircase. Glass panels supporting the steel railing brings an air of openness. White walls provide a clean backdrop for the warm wood tones and simple, yet stylish hallway decor including red flowers and a triangular table.
The beautifully crafted ﬂoating walnut wall tiles evoke blooming ﬂowers throughout the entryway and stairs. To add a statement-making touch, the panels are backlit. For the railing beside the stairs, recycled resin with actual wheat grass pressed inside adds a touch of nature.
Glass panels on the staircases blend in seamlessly, becoming nearly invisible, and look less bulky than traditional railing. White walls and a white ceiling, as well as floor-to-ceiling windows, keep the room feeling airy and bright despite the bookshelf wall's hulking presence.
As seen on Home Town, Ben and Erin Napier completely changed the look of the dining area in the Watts Residence renovation. The room originally had dark paneling, dark cabinets, dark doors, and even dark railing. The new paneling and doors have been painted a brighter white and the new kitchen cabinets open up the dining room to give the whole living space a fresh, open feeling.
This entrance foyer with its timeless checkerboard pattern of marble tile features classic white paneling and an elegant curved stairway with simple wrought-iron railings leading to a second-floor balcony.
This contemporary home's grand appearance is the result of an expansive curved wood paneled roof that encloses the main area of the home. Floor-to-ceiling windows offer an interior view of the home, while a wraparound porch with a black metal railing provides room for outdoor dining.
Mixed planters with pinks and deep purples set the foundation for this picture-perfect entryway. The containers are at the bottom of brick steps and a black wrought iron railing that lead to a brown double door with glass panels.
Red-orange, high-gloss panels form an accent wall that turns this contemporary stairway into a focal point. Wood stairs and metal rails are clean and modern, and the wall panels, attached by magnets, conceal built-in storage. The staircase connects the 15th-floor pre-war apartment to a penthouse above.
This pet-friendly home features stunning wood-trimmed windows and doors that match the wood paneled ceiling and hardwood floors. Floating wood stairs with cable railings lead to the upstairs, keeping with the contemporary feel of the space.
This sunny pool area features built-in steps that lead to a neutral stone poolhouse. Neutral tile stairs with metal railings lead the way to an outdoor area with a wood paneled overhang, providing a shaded place to relax.
As seen on Home Town, the Watts Residence has been completely renovated by Ben and Erin Napier. The living rooms dark paneling has been painted a lighter and brighter white and the addition of light sheer curtains add to the retreat feel of the room. The steps and railing into the dining area have also been repainted and help to open the floor plan throughout the whole living space.
Using the cut list provided, cut the legs, side aprons, side rails and stiles to length. Cut the plywood side panels to size as well. Using a pocket hole jig, drill 3/4" pocket holes into the side aprons and attach them to the legs with 1-1/4" pocket hole screws. In the photo below, I am using a scrap piece of 3/4" thick wood underneath the side apron, so that the side apron will be flush to the interior side of the legs.
Additionally, drill 3/4" pocket holes into all four sides of the plywood side panels. Drill two 1-1/2" pocket holes into the ends the side rails and stiles. Attach the side rails to the legs with 2-1/2" pocket hole screws. Attach the plywood to the side rails and legs with 1-1/4" pocket hole screws. Finally, attach the last stile to the side panel with 2-1/2" pocket hole screws. Measure and cut the side rail detail to length, drill 1-1/2" pocket holes into the ends and attach with 2-1/2" pocket hole screws.
Whenever drilling into 3/4" thick material, adjust the pocket hole jig to the 3/4" depth setting and use 1-1/4" pocket hole screws to attach. When drilling into 1-1/2" thick material, adjust the jig to the 1-1/2" depth setting and use 2-1/2" pocket hole screws to attach.
A grand stairway with cast stone railings leads to beautiful glass and wrought iron front doors, creating a majestic entryway at this Mediterranean mansion. A stucco archway is carved out around the front porch, mimicking the glass panels surrounding the front doors and completing the sophisticated look.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, a cinder block wall was removed to create this open and bright basement entertainment area. Sarah installed new wood paneling below the chair rail, neutral modern furnishings and heated Brazilian slate floors for a durable space that will accommodate a growing family of four.