What type of wood are those stairs?
Just the style for my stairs an loft balcony
note that wood stairs that are open seem to be paired with contrasting floor color and material
really like these modern stairs... need to be consistent with style of hosue though...
like the wood concept for Hollywood stairs
Building a stair this way means you won't be able to hide the supporting structure of the stair: the stringer. In the stair pictured here, the stringer is made of steel. Most wooden staircases have two or three wooden stringers, angled lumber with sawtooth cuts where the treads and risers attach. For safety
safety, a stair that doesn't have a riser should have a thicker tread, like the one shown. This reduces the space between treads. Most codes will not permit an open riser unless the opening is 4 inches or less. Although you'll see stairs that don't follow this rule, a child could crawl through a larger space