5,684 building stone stair Modern Home Design Photos

Webber + Studio, Architects
8 Reviews
Fairfield House
Ideabooks23,091
Questions7
How do the building codes allow you to build a stair like this without a gaurdrail on the open side?
How was this stair constructed? Does it have a steel structure that holds the stairs concealed
We are installing similar stairs. The wood boxes were glued to the metal treads, but now the wood is splitting and joints are separating. Can it be caused by temperature differences
we have a stair project in Illinois and would like to know how the treads are attached to the wall - using steel embedded in concrete wall? did you use a stair 'system' or all made custom?
Character grade hickory floors, the stairs would be select grade. Hope that helps you :-)
The stairs were inspected and passed City inspection and met all local codes. The original design had a glass panel
“Floating stair” — kandredesign
thirdstone inc. [^]
2 Reviews
LG House - Interior Stairs
Ideabooks6,142
Questions6
I'm curious how many RAMPS have been built instead of stairs in new custom homes? And how much more difficult or not, would that be? It certainly would be easier moving furniture and safer for children especially
can you tell me how the stairs are attached thanks courtney
entire downstairs. Is is strong enough? Can the corners be square without bull-nose fronts? Any other suggestions? I will need someone to make these stairs and what to tell them. Thank you! Your website is a big help with redoing my home after a downstairs flood!
that's the case then this particular stair run would be the length of this house. Even if you did a 'switch-back' design It would not be practical since it would eat up too much floor space. Also, the max allowable opening between treads is 4" and on this stair it's actually under that so along with
“Space between stairs to allow more light” — neyka
Elad Gonen
1 Review
staircase
Ideabooks20,987
Questions6
who can i contact regarding plans and costs to build these stairs.
Can you tell me the horizontal measurement of these stairs? I'm wonder
It looks like natural stone back lit. If you go to montgranite.com they have similar pieces
I would make sure to check your local codes on this staircase, there are many states that will not allow you to build a "Open riser" stair anymore due to the space between the treads that a small child could
These stairs would run about $9,000 is my guess. The stringers appear to be stainless steel. This does not include the glass railings. Add about $350 per foot for
Stainless steel with stone and wood go great
This is so cool because of the window bye the wood stairs and the glass handles on the stairs
“Escalier avec ranpe verre” — supersteven06
Andrea Swan - Swan Architecture
9 Reviews
Linden Hills Contemporary
Ideabooks13,279
Questions9
I am working on a similarly styled stair in Mpls, and was wondering who you used for your steel work on the stringer/tread supports. Thanks
Wall stone? A Wisconsin limestone?
I'd like to know about the stone wall.
Realstone Systems offers a couple of similar stone styles: ... ... ...
I fRICK ERICKSON MN CUT STONE / ... 952-224-3608 (w) | 952-224-3648
posts were used with this cable rail? We'd also like to add a coordinating gate at the top of the stairway? Any ideas for coordinating that with this stair railing would be greatly appreciated! NOTE: We noted Swan Architecture from Mpls. designed this home. Ironically, we moved from Mpls. just five months
From what vendor, website can you buy this stone?
“Staircase” — gamperl
Begrand Fast Design Inc.
Staircase
Ideabooks5,507
Questions5
where can i get this type of stairs
what kind of material have the stairs?
The inlay on the stairs is tile
rail. Stair tread is tile
What if instead of tile the top of stair was carpet?
embedding stone in the stair treads
Glass on stone stairs.
Stone stair treads, glass rail
style glass and stone
Variable stone size walls?
Stair of glass and stone...
Stairs two...Stone & glass...Stair case...Stone wall...Glass stair case...Open stairs...stair tread...stair floor...Stair rail...Stairs and rail...Stairs for Austin...stone wall
“solid looking metal attachers--'standoffs'” — donovanlytle
Ingrained Wood Studios: The Lab
Metro Modern
Ideabooks4,368
Questions4
the stone wall with the dark wood
black stair frame dark wood stairs stone on back wall
Nice transition with slate on walls behind stairs
Ideal for building's facade
Wall finish, stair detail
Rock behind the stairs
Basement stairs wall
wooden stairs, landings
Stairs rbay...Like the stone wall...Stone and wood...Awesome stairs...great stairs...Stone on staircase...Natural stone wall...Good stair3...stone wall...wood stairs...glass stair railing...stone wall
“love the stone wall with the dark wood” — Stephanie Barisch
AR Design Studio Ltd
5 Reviews
Abbots Way
Ideabooks5,092
Questions3
did you need to worry about a pesky thing like...building codes?
stairs with no backs and glass rails
Floating stair treads around glass banister
Color contrast between the floor and the stairs
Floating, wood, stone, glass
floating stairs...glass railing
Looking for same stair treatment
The stairs...floating stairs...Blue stone and wood...Stair thickness...Stairs Design...Unsupported stair...Floor and stairs...floating stairs...glass stair railing...wood stairs...wooden stairs
“Trap” — Gino de Jeu
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Lim-Kimberg
Ideabooks5,536
Questions1
I love these multifunction stairs, what is the width of the stairwell?
Three stairs to master suite build storage in drawers
Could also work as our stairs from sidewalk to house
the stairs and storage under the stair.
Stair with seating that is two risers high
Wow multiple stairs in a stair!
storage under stairs. Nice nook for reading on the side.
Or, build drawers right into the stairs! Now you have no excuse for cluttering the stairs with everything you intend to carry up “at some point.” (We all know how that goes.)
Back again to the idea of all that usable space under the stairs. You don't have to hide an entire room; drawers under the
“Treppe” — kristinchens
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