Staircase Decorating Ideas

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Staircase Decorating Ideas

1 Of 34 Stair RunnerLay down a stair runner to add pattern and interest to your steps. The well-worn stair runner at this 18th-century farmhouse is a fond reminder of guests who have come and gone. David A. Land 2 Of 34 Beach VibesIf you didn’t know you were near the ocean before entering this house, the sea-foam green staircase might be a huge clue. Built in 1855, this Maine home embraces its history and geography with pastel colors and vintage signs, and the picnic baskets add to the summery theme. Gridley and GravesAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 3 Of 34 Timeless Black and WhiteBefore the renovation of this 1850s New York home, the stairs were covered in oriental carpet, and the walls were a bright salmon pink. Now, crisp white walls complement the dark steps, and a simple Moravian star lights up the entry. Stephen Kent Johnson 4 Of 34 Wall of ArtArt lines this entire staircase wall, adding pops of color to the white and mushroom-colored space. David HillegasAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 5 Of 34 Bold WallpaperAs firm believers that there’s no such thing as a “pass-through space,” the owners of this Catskills home planted floral wallpaper up the stairwell, which continues into the bedroom. Max Kim-Bee 6 Of 34 Faux Planked WallsTo create the look of planked walls without the hassle or expense, the homeowner of this rural Connecticut farmhouse drew horizontal lines with pencil in the stairwell.Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 7 Of 34 Hardy Materials When it came to building materials, country superstar Ronnie Dunn opted for hardy, can-take-a-beating options in keeping with the barn aesthetic in his Tennessee barn home. Among those selections: 12-inch-wide white oak plank floors that provide a striking contrast below the staircase. Paul Costello 8 Of 34 Nautical VibeA Garnet Hill rug and porthole-shaped mirror reinforce the nautical vibe of this family-friendly New York home’s staircase, painted in Benjamin Moore’s Big Country Blue. The trunk was a flea-market bargain. Bjorn WallanderAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 9 Of 34 Black and PolishedThe slick painted banister, along with a few other black touches, grounds the space and prevents the red, white, and blue palette from feeling kitschy in this Texas home. Annie Schlechter 10 Of 34 Add HeightThe owner of his Georgia log cabin swapped out the banister and railing were in tor black powder-coated tubular steel rails that extend all the way to the ceiling. Sarah Dorio

Staircase Decorating Ideas

With some imaginative staircase design and creative decorating ideas, your staircase design can become one of the most attractive architectural features of your house. Old wooden stairs will look warm and fresh, decorated with bold painting, modern wallpaper patterns and creative designs. Decorating wooden stairs with paint, stencils and recycled items Creative wooden stairs, colorful painting ideas

Staircase Decorating Ideas

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Funny and cheerful phrases and colorful decoration patterns look fantastic on wooden stairs risers, motivating and improving your mood. Here is a collection of 20 very creative, whimsical and clever ideas for decorating old wooden stairs. Check them out and get inspired for creating your own beautiful staircase design. Creative painting ideas for decorating wooden stairs Recycling wood rulers, keyboards or broken tiles for decorating wooden stairs

Staircase Decorating Ideas

Stairs are permanent architectural features that are not easy to change or remove. Staircase designs can be expensive, as well as adding new stairs to your home interiors is not cheap either. Creative interior decorating with paint, wallpaper, tiles or salvaged wood pieces instantly create a new staircase design that makes a statement.

Staircase Decorating Ideas

Useless items and old broken things can be attractively incorporated into unique staircase design. Broken tiles and mirror pieces are perfect materials for striking, unusual and surprising decorating design. Old keyboards and pencils, wooden rulers and small gears, salvaged wood pieces and sea shells can be used for decorating old wooden stairs risers.

Staircase Decorating Ideas

As we slowly but surely Brit-ify our new office space, we’re making a point of brainstorming creative ideas for every nook and cranny. This week’s focus? The stairs! Here are 25 inspiring ideas for decorating your stairs, from song lyrics to florals to our old friend chevron. And be sure to stay tuned for our own DIY stairs project in the coming weeks!

Staircase Decorating Ideas

This staircase, featured on One Kings Lane, started off a boring, basic white-and-wood style. To mix it up, the designer painted each stair face a different shade of blue, and then added delicate-looking stencils inspired by bone inlay furniture.

Staircase Decorating Ideas

If you’ve got some leftover wallpaper rolls, apply them to your stair risers. Lisa of Pretty Plain Janes injected some pattern into her staircase with peel-and-stick chevron wallpaper, which is a great idea if you’re not ready to commit to one pattern for the rest of your life.

Blogger Sage from Plaster & Disaster gave her retro staircase a breezy, colorful look using only paint and fabric. To apply the fabric, she turned to an old crafting favorite: ModPodge.

01 Of 12Use StencilsUse StencilsThis staircase, featured on One Kings Lane, started off a boring, basic white-and-wood style. To mix it up, the designer painted each stair face a different shade of blue, and then added delicate-looking stencils inspired by bone inlay furniture.See the makeover » Tony Vu and Tara Striano via One Kings Lane

Use StencilsThis staircase, featured on One Kings Lane, started off a boring, basic white-and-wood style. To mix it up, the designer painted each stair face a different shade of blue, and then added delicate-looking stencils inspired by bone inlay furniture.See the makeover » Tony Vu and Tara Striano via One Kings Lane

This staircase, featured on One Kings Lane, started off a boring, basic white-and-wood style. To mix it up, the designer painted each stair face a different shade of blue, and then added delicate-looking stencils inspired by bone inlay furniture.See the makeover » Tony Vu and Tara Striano via One Kings Lane

01 Of 12Put Up Some WallpaperPut Up Some WallpaperIf you’ve got some leftover wallpaper rolls, apply them to your stair risers. Lisa of Pretty Plain Janes injected some pattern into her staircase with peel-and-stick chevron wallpaper, which is a great idea if you’re not ready to commit to one pattern for the rest of your life.See how she did it » Courtesy of Pretty Plain Jane

Put Up Some WallpaperIf you’ve got some leftover wallpaper rolls, apply them to your stair risers. Lisa of Pretty Plain Janes injected some pattern into her staircase with peel-and-stick chevron wallpaper, which is a great idea if you’re not ready to commit to one pattern for the rest of your life.See how she did it » Courtesy of Pretty Plain Jane

If you’ve got some leftover wallpaper rolls, apply them to your stair risers. Lisa of Pretty Plain Janes injected some pattern into her staircase with peel-and-stick chevron wallpaper, which is a great idea if you’re not ready to commit to one pattern for the rest of your life.See how she did it » Courtesy of Pretty Plain Jane

1 Of 12 Use StencilsThis staircase, featured on One Kings Lane, started off a boring, basic white-and-wood style. To mix it up, the designer painted each stair face a different shade of blue, and then added delicate-looking stencils inspired by bone inlay furniture.See the makeover » Tony Vu and Tara Striano via One Kings Lane

This staircase, featured on One Kings Lane, started off a boring, basic white-and-wood style. To mix it up, the designer painted each stair face a different shade of blue, and then added delicate-looking stencils inspired by bone inlay furniture.See the makeover »

2 Of 12 Put Up Some WallpaperIf you’ve got some leftover wallpaper rolls, apply them to your stair risers. Lisa of Pretty Plain Janes injected some pattern into her staircase with peel-and-stick chevron wallpaper, which is a great idea if you’re not ready to commit to one pattern for the rest of your life.See how she did it » Courtesy of Pretty Plain Jane

If you’ve got some leftover wallpaper rolls, apply them to your stair risers. Lisa of Pretty Plain Janes injected some pattern into her staircase with peel-and-stick chevron wallpaper, which is a great idea if you’re not ready to commit to one pattern for the rest of your life.See how she did it »

6 Of 12 Don’t Forget FabricBlogger Sage from Plaster & Disaster gave her retro staircase a breezy, colorful look using only paint and fabric. To apply the fabric, she turned to an old crafting favorite: ModPodge.Check out how she did it »

Blogger Sage from Plaster & Disaster gave her retro staircase a breezy, colorful look using only paint and fabric. To apply the fabric, she turned to an old crafting favorite: ModPodge.Check out how she did it »

If you didn’t know you were near the ocean before entering this house, the sea-foam green staircase might be a huge clue. Built in 1855, this Maine home embraces its history and geography with pastel colors and vintage signs, and the picnic baskets add to the summery theme.

When it came to building materials, country superstar Ronnie Dunn opted for hardy, can-take-a-beating options in keeping with the barn aesthetic in his Tennessee barn home. Among those selections: 12-inch-wide white oak plank floors that provide a striking contrast below the staircase.

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