Mud and Wood
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The Mud and Wood House eclectic-staircase

The Mud and Wood House

The circular stairs is at the heart of the house. The central trunk came from the photographer's, Steve Rogers, house, after it became unstable and a tree surgeon was called. The treads and risers are elm, which started out life as windfall (storm-blown) trees in a local forest. The tree trunks were removed, milled and seasoned on site over a number of years. The handrail (kiddie-sized) is hazel, which was pre-soaked to allow it to bend.

Photo: Steve Rogers

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