|From House & Garden's "Book of Style"|
Stairs. A simple mathematical balance between 'rise' and 'run.' But a mysterious architectural feature. The strict border between the public spaces - and the more private parts of the home. The formality of an entryway - giving way to quiet rooms meant for slumber. The stairwell offering slight glimpses of the unknown personal rooms. So they can serve as a barrier - but can also be an invitation. They're almost flirtatious.
"the red petticoat"
|Anne Miller, for House Beautiful|
(Photo Credit - Eric Paisecki)
"the glimpse of stocking"
|Courtney Daniels Haden, for Elle Decor |
(photo credit - Simon Upton)
"the bare elbow"
|Elizabeth Martin Design, New York Project|
"the nape of the neck"
|Windsor Smith, from House Beautiful |
(photo credit - Victoria Pearson)
"an exposed knee"
|Michael S Smith, for Architectural Digest |
(photo credit - Scott Frances)
|Eric Cohler, New York, NY|
|Miles Redd, for Elle Decor |
(photo credit - William Waldron)
"the garter strap"
|Phoebe Howard, East Hampton, NY Project|