A modern metal and wood staircase feels light and airy while pocket Asian style doors enhance the streamlined aesthetic of this modern loft hallway. Hanging family photos in a gallery style grouping elevates them to artwork and adds visual interest to the space.
Only 36 inches in height from floor to ceiling, this small bedroom has the illusion of being larger thanks to the graphic design of the retro-inspired crochet quilt. A brown curtain slides over to hide the staircase and built-in storage shelves.
This kitchen from Meg's Great Room makes use of every nook and cranny. A small alcove under the staircase is used additional pantry storage to keep the space looking neat and tidy. A small peninsula offers a breakfast area while still allowing a view of the adjacent living room.
It's always fun to do a gallery wall with art and photo prints using brightly colored frames like forest green or crimson. Great spots for these bold gallery walls are along a staircase, hallway, or in a powder room.
As they follow the industrial-style staircase to the top floor, guests will pass the owners' home office on the second level. To visually separate this space from the landing, the designers hung large artwork around the chrome desk and chair and then pulled in a fawn-print rug.
The home's front door opens into a neutral foyer. On one side, a staircase allows passage to the home's upper floors, while the other side is a clear path to the back patio. Several doors open off the hallway to allow access to other rooms on the first floor.
Peacock feathers were the inspiration for the Christmas tree and decorations in rock star Dee Snider's home. Metallic shades of blue and green with gold accents can be found on the tree as well as the wreaths, stockings and staircase garland.
Intertwine fruits, feathers, pine cones and mini glass ornaments throughout garland for a designer look. For the holidays, Britt Scripps Inn in San Diego, Calif., runs an intricate garland up the grand staircase, which is original to the house, built in 1887. Photo courtesy of Britt Scripps Inn
A custom contemporary built-in unit offers a convenient storage option behind this Connecticut home's staircase. White cubbies, cabinets and drawers provide plenty of space for stowing away items that need to be easily at hand without visually cluttering the space.
Katrina Giles jazzes up her Christmas staircase with holiday garland, silver ribbon and natural pinecones. She adds silk greenery to the pinecones and coats them with silver metallic paint for a shimmery look that will bring holiday cheer all season long.
This modern dining room is at the heart of this home and the star of the show. With a 2 sided fireplace on one wall, and the staircase to the second floor on the other, it's a showstopper. The graphic wallpaper is the focal point of the room.
A funky metallic vase of white flowers and a trio of matching candlesticks decorate the contemporary black console table in this chic foyer. A stone backdrop is a nod to the original Craftsman style of the home. A staircase with cable rails completes the eye-catching design.
This open concept patio allows immediate access to the backyard area, while still providing overhead coverage. Neutral tiles are featured throughout and stainless steel outdoor furniture adds a sleek touch. A nearby stone staircase boasts a glass and stainless steel railing, complementing the overall look of the space.
A fresh layer of snow sparkles atop this Chicago home's roof patio. A bridge and small staircase lead to an open air sitting space and outdoor dining setup. The light brick walls look beautiful in the winter wonderland and allow the black door to pop in the light surroundings.
Though recently renovated, this foyer still has all the hallmarks of a historic home: tall ceilings with crown molding, patterned hardwood floors, a grand staircase, etc. By outfitting the space with artwork and accents in teal and coral hues, the designers were able to update the interior without compromising its character.
This modern Malibu terrace is steps from the beach, separated from the master bedroom by a glass wall with a broad sliding panel. A spiral staircase leads to an upper terrace. Clean lines and neutral colors are crisp and modern, keeping the emphasis on the breathtaking views.
As seen on season 1 of Tiny Luxury, dark hardwood floors and black metal accents contrast dramatically with light butcher block countertops and high gloss white cabinets in this modern Zen space. An open-concept staircase leads to a master sleeping loft that features a large skylight and queen-sized bed.
Glamorous custom pendants and chandeliers create a sense of luxury and unique character. The entry staircase pickets are elegant teardrop shapes, while the use of polished nickel and fused glass is used in the dining room’s grand chandelier over the table.