5,113 entry stairs Dining Design Photos

mark gerwing
ranch renovation
cabinets built by Laak Woodworks stair construction by Quality Metals Contractor: Cottonwood Custom Builders
to replace my existing carpeted stairs, and of course installing the new railing. The photo mentions "quality metals" as the stair constructor.....what does that mean? Did they do the entire stair reno? Are they just a stair railing mfg? Are they local to Colorado? Appreciate any help. My wife
Thanks for your prompt reply to my earlier question Mark - my "dated" open staircase is 17 feet in linear length. so would you agree that I'm looking at approx $1000 in fabricated railing, and probably another $2000 in renovation expense? sanding, painting, adding new wooden stairs to
That type of stair and railing combo I would say would be closer to $300 per foot minimum. You could probably start by checking for steel manufacturers in your area or stair and railing companies could direct you to a local supplier.
“Stair” — bearcatp84
1 Review
Martis Camp #246
Can you tell me where the railings for the stairs came from
Stair case with wood and steel
Railing and stairs and fireplace stone
I really like this. Dining room to living room with stairs above???
Stairs and railing, combination of wood and metal
like the stair well up to the second floor
Metal and wood stairs and rail
interior with amazing views and modern stairs and railing
“Idea atelier hacia el jardin” — Jessica Laredo
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Turning found objects into art and using space wisely
kitchen and the powder room on the other side of the stairs. An old timber measurer, and wooden snowshoe provide warm, artistic decoration to the light walls. The mast from a sailboat the client used as a child finds new life being repurposed as a stair railing. Renovation/Addition. Rob Karosis Photography
4x4/finished wall enclosing narrow stairway. Similar to laundry room stairs.
Small back or kitchen stairs almost hidden
For closet under stairs in mudroom
cookbook collection and a small television; the cabinet contains glassware and to the left of it (not seen) is another niche that contains a microwave.The stair's handrail is made from a mast from the client's childhood sailboat; they left the rigging on it. That tool over the barware cabinet is an old timber
“Small staircase” — Ginger Caballero
Albert, Righter & Tittmann Architects, Inc.
1 Review
Riverview House
Love the handrail on stairs. Is it painted or stained? Color?
light wood stairs, darker banister, trim
without balisters and nicer trim on wall and column. Kitchen entry focal point?
entry way stairs like this with landings
Notice column at the end of the blue cushion. (6x6 with balisters.) My kitchen with same opening without balisters and much nicer trim on wall and column. (Kitchen entry supporting wall:$$ to pull out) Make it
Seating book at bottom of stairs
open stair, trim and railings to keep open
love the spindles and newel post on the stair case
“Bench” — foggyburg
1 Review
Tuscan Villa
Wall color for hallway, entry & stairs
For stair wall
“faux finish” — Andrea Bacon
John Kraemer & Sons
34 Reviews
Dining Room
black handrail and spindels on staircase with black backsplash of stair
Curved stairway at entry
straight from stairs
cupboard under stairs
Twisty stairs...Stairs n dining
“Chair tufting” — Artisan Upholstery Studio
Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
41 Reviews
Refined Hand-Hewn
dining set, big windows, stairs, stone wall
Love the floating stairs. Indoor usage of stacked stone.
Love the open stairs
great idea for basement entry!
Open stairs to basement
Stair Railing...stair design...rock wall by stairs
“Very quite, muted window and door trim” — Candice Jackson
Platinum Series by Mark Molthan
3 Reviews
Dining Rooms
Classic stairs and dining open plan
trimwork in dining and arch entry, and stairs
Staircase , entry , molding
Ceiling. Pillars, stairs
Dining with stairs...Stair rail
“darker wood stain next to tile. rod iron ballisters would look niche with door.” — missylulu2007
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