The 11 Best Ways to Use the Space Under Your Stairs | Page 3 of 3 | The Eleven Best

The 11 Best Ways to Use the Space Under Your Stairs

The space under stairs is always cool! A nice cozy hide-away would be neat, a platform type thing with maybe dark pallet in the background

Victorian stained glass door painted in Farrow & Ball Pigeon

I want the front door to look like this. Hanging lantern, stone step rather than straight onto tiles.

1930s semi front door colour - Google Search

Lovely front door with arched brick entry and front porch. Teal green or blue front door.

The Mauricette dining chair from Maisons Du Monde comes in 19 colour and design options from super luxe faux fur and velvet in plush jewel tones to bold and retro inspired tones that will add a bright splash of colour to your room.

Discover Maisons du Monde's Fabric and solid birch vintage chair in heathered light grey. Browse a varied range of stylish, affordable furniture to add a unique touch to your home.

COTTAGE AND VINE: Searching for the Perfect Flush Mount light. Like the white woodwork, oil rubbed bronze door handle and gold tone flush light in this entry.

Step up leading to foyer nook, gray walls with interior window and white molding Casa Verde Design

Architect Visit: A Renovated Farmhouse in Bedford with Scandinavian Influences: Remodelista

Architect Visit: A Renovated Farmhouse in Bedford with Scandinavian Influences

In Bedford, New York, architect Rafe Churchill transforms a small farmhouse, owned by the same family for 30 years, into a modern weekend house with a subtle dash of Scandinaivan style

November 2014 - Page 3 of 19 - The Enchanted Home

Entryway, wainscoting, black handrail, black door, Persian rug in foyer

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