Staircase featuring Celtic Tile Bronze, Highlight Polish Design Materials San Antonio, TX Landmark product used: C-300300
Paul Schlismann Photography - Courtesy of Jonathan Nutt- Copyright Southampton Builders LLC
Kenny Carpets & Floors
Wrapped steps look super sharp!
Fratantoni Luxury Estates Design/Build/Remodeling
This staircase features a custom stair runner and stair railing, arched entryways, and wood stairs, which we can't get enough of!
Find top design and renovation professionals on Houzz
Find the right local pro for your project
Impluvium Architecture Location: San Ramon, CA, USA This project was a direct referral from a friend. I was the Architect and helped coordinate with various sub-contractors. I also co-designed the project with various consultants including Interior and Landscape Design Almost always, and in this case, I do my best to draw out the creativity of my clients, even when they think that they are not creative. This house is a perfect example of that with much of the client's vision and culture infused into the house.
My House Design/Build/Team
My House Design/Build Team | www.myhousedesignbuild.com | 604-694-6873 | Duy Nguyen Photography -------------------------------------------------------Right from the beginning it was evident that this Coquitlam Renovation was unique. It’s first impression was memorable as immediately after entering the front door, just past the dining table, there was a tree growing in the middle of home! Upon further inspection of the space it became apparent that this home had undergone several alterations during its lifetime... We knew we wanted to transform this central space to be the focal point. The home’s design became based around the atrium and its tile ‘splash’. Other materials in this space that add to this effect are the 3D angular mouldings which flow from the glass ceiling to the floor. As well as the colour variation in the hexagon tile, radiating from light in the center to dark around the perimeter. These high contrast tiles not only draw your eye to the center of the atrium but the flush transition between the tiles and hardwood help connect the atrium with the rest of the home.
Photography by Matthew Momberger
The Carpet Workroom
Prestige Mills, Cliffside, Indigo
Charles R. Myer & Partners, Ltd.
Helena Mor - Interior Designer & Decorator
Бюро дизайна и архитектуры LFUSION
Дизайнер: Людмила Лобанова Фотограф: Сергей Красюк
Kelly Ann Photography
Floating staircase leading to the second floor appear to extend from the stone wall. Photo credit Kelly Settle Kelly Ann Photography