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Elephant Buffet: How To Keep From Falling Down A Staircase~ Bookcase vs. Stair Rail For playroom one day if we open up staircase

How To Keep From Falling Down A Staircase

The alternate title for this post could have been 'Building Another Bookcase', but where's the fun in that? Let's start with the finished product and get it out of the way. When we first added the second floor, I was totally all about a long row of pretty, white pickets and a monstrously beautiful newel post at the top of the stairs. But then a couple things popped into my brains: 1. I have a pretty good fear of heights and I just didn't like seeing the drop all the way down to the first…

White walls and picture frames in Hallway | Decorating Ideas | Interiors | redonline.co.uk

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Stairwell bookshelves

How To Decorate And Organise Your Shit In A Shared House

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Country hallway with flagstone floor | Hallway flooring ideas | PHOTO GALLERY | Country Homes and Interiors | Housetohome.co.uk

Hallway flooring ideas – Flooring for the hallway – Hallway flooring tiles

Country hallway with flagstone floor | Hallway flooring ideas | PHOTO GALLERY | Country Homes and Interiors | Housetohome.co.uk

Monochrome chic. Simple is best in a narrow hallway.  White painted stairs make them appear wider and the grey runner is both practical and elegant. Seek out a slim console - vintage or modern - thats useful and decorative but not space-consuming.

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Integrating storage within a stairwell, making use of passage between spaces to be functional

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Call Urban Design Alfredo Salazar 2012

Grey and yellow #entryway #hallway. Love the beautiful modern take on Victorian floor tiles with coordinating #stair runner

Bespoke decorative modern interior design - Balance Design

Grey and yellow #entryway #hallway. Love the beautiful modern take on Victorian floor tiles with coordinating #stair runner

Almost the exact same staircase and sash and case window. although much brighter.

Fabric - New Cross

Almost the exact same staircase and sash and case window. although much brighter.

Elephant Buffet: How To Keep From Falling Down A Staircase

How To Keep From Falling Down A Staircase

The alternate title for this post could have been 'Building Another Bookcase', but where's the fun in that? Let's start with the finished product and get it out of the way. When we first added the second floor, I was totally all about a long row of pretty, white pickets and a monstrously beautiful newel post at the top of the stairs. But then a couple things popped into my brains: 1. I have a pretty good fear of heights and I just didn't like seeing the drop all the way down to the first…

What a great use of that normally overlooked pony wall along the stairs! Makes a fantastic mini-library, or just some extra storage!

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What a great use of that normally overlooked pony wall along the stairs! Makes a fantastic mini-library, or just some extra storage!

Products | Runners for stairs and halls | Neutral/Black | Swanson: Pebble - Roger Oates Design

Flatweave Runners - Roger Oates Design | Runners and Rugs

Woven and hand finished in the UK using traditional techniques.

Sophisticated hallway | grey runner defines the space and contrasts against the white and black beautifully

Sophisticated hallway | Modern hallway designs | Ideal Home

Looking for sophisticated hallway decorating ideas? Take a look at this sophisticated modern hallway from Livingetc for inspiration. For more hallways ideas, such as how to with white and grey, visit our hallway galleries

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How High Do I Hang Pictures in My Hallway? — Whitken & Co

One of the common mistakes people make when hanging pictures or art work is hanging it too high. You'll read a lot of advice that says to hang your pictures at "eye level" but eye level for one person can be totally different than eye level for another person. Take for example Sha