- fun and elegant
- hardwood floors - herringbone?
- decorative molding
- glossy black stair treads
- swirly pattern on the chair
- branches in vase
- touch of black in little shelves
I literally gasped when I saw this gorgeous Pottery Barn chandelier. To my surprise, Bueno agreed to it without any hesitation and agreed that $400 is a reasonable price for a large chandelier we both really like. This is definitely on the wish list.
(via Copy Cat Chic)
- fireplace - exposed brick, color, design
- very light wood floors
- grey-brown color scheme
- exposed beams
- table is not centered under lights (or vice versa) and that really irritates me
- window seat
- elegant host/hostess chairs paired with industrial stools
This is a fantastic use of the area under the stairs - it could easily just be wasted space.
- curved stairs
- love that light fixture - Bocci pendants
- lots of unique architectural details everywhere
- love the railing
- dark stairs
- light grey paint color
- wainscoting (board and batten, 12” on center battens)
- paint color scheme - white and light grey main colors w/black accent
- shelves at end with simple matching pottery
- bamboo in corner
- wood stairs (color, design)
- feels calming, oriental
- horizontal wood railings
Here’s another example of a fun, clever stairway. I love the matching runner and sleek stripe running up the wall (although red is not my favorite color and not what I would choose, it works here). I also really love those wide dark wood floorboards and how the stairway curves gently up and around.
I’m fairly sure we won’t be buying a two story house for our first place. Sadly, that means no stairs to have fun with. I love the idea of playing around with color on and around stairs. This is a perfect example - a gorgeous but unusual color combination that might be overwhelming on a bigger scale (in a living room, say, or a bedroom), but is an exciting pop of color when used on the stairway.