74 reclaimed wood gate Modern Staircase Design Photos

JAUREGUI Architecture Interiors Construction
24 Reviews
Hill Country Modern
Ideabooks9,841
Questions9
what type of wood did you use for the stair planks?
What type of wood was used on the stairs?
What type of wood was used on the stairs
This is a reclaimed brick from an old building in Chicago. It really makes a strong statement!
love the reclaimed wood and color scheme dont like the flooring color due to red
love the colors of the brick, reclaimed wood, matches the floor
Wood mix & brick with metal...wall also on top of the wood.
“Pillar” — 3sks3
Hoover Architecture, PLLC
3 Reviews
Modern contemporary house
Ideabooks790
Questions0
Modern staircase with stainless steel cable railing and 4" thick reclaimed timber stair treads lend an open feeling to this light and airy home. Photos
Reclaimed wood stairs contrasting wood to floor
close, but wood posts instead of metal....open stair treads with cable/wood rail...reclaimed wood stairs...Light wood stairs...Stairwell stairs wood...Love mixing wood...different nosing and wood
“Barandales” — riosje
Wood Anchor
4 Reviews
Lyndale Street House Staircase and Hand railing
Ideabooks3,206
Questions1
Custom designed Ash wood staircase, with Ash wood hand railing and glass handrail. Reclaimed Fir posts. All wood products finished with OSMO Polyx Hardwax
Finishing the wood floor against the glass.
because the flooring is laid perpendicular to the glass there is little or no wood expansion that would affect it. I hope this helps!
glass with metal and wood can be very cold look
glass railings / finished wood side skirting and integral wood top hand rail
Wood and glass. Opens up room. Still has risers.
Wood banister has slot for glass....Pam likes these Ash wood hand rails.
“stair idea” — hassanmehmood
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Custom Pool Builder
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Design By Lisa
7 Reviews
Showcase House
Ideabooks3,756
Questions4
I LIKE BLACK STEEL SIDE WITH WOOD STAIRS
gate off staircase matches the stair case. Like a gate for dogs to have.
flanking the wood that we're less fond of.
wood and metal with...wood metal railing
“Light” — mldeans
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Lim-Kimberg
Ideabooks4,401
Questions5
What type of wood is the tread of the stair made of
can we do this with painted wood stringers
is the stringer made from panted wood?...Modern horizontal rod and wood baluster...Wood and rods...medium-light wood treads and handrail...Wood & Metal detail...Wood stairs...wood rail & handrail...metal staircase wood steps...steel railings capped with wood...wood hand rail
“Garde-corpe” — emilie_lec
Ken Gutmaker Architectural Photography
Randal St
Ideabooks739
Questions2
Tension Baby Gate on Glass Stair Panel?
without any railing or reinforcement. It looks like you used a tension baby gate here... is that ok to use on glass or could it break the glass?
stairs...wood on kickboard too....nice look
Check out this one with the baby gate...baby gates...wood with glass rail
“Segmentiertes Treppengeländer” — farviewhbb
A3 Architects, INC
Net Zero House near Nantucket Sound
Ideabooks5,027
Questions1
Like the wood framing- with vertical wood instead of horizontal cable!!
I think this is a great way to combine the wood and cable.
Kind of like the wood frame...Wire rail stair with wood newels...railing mix wood &...Banister with wood and metal
“wood” — dogbluwater
chadbourne + doss architects
5 Reviews
Lobster Boat Residence
Ideabooks3,474
Questions5
A modern stair by chadbourne + doss architects incorporates reclaimed Douglas Fir for treads and stringers. Photo by Benjamin Benschneider
Hi. The two beams that support the stair are reclaimed Douglas Fir that have been stained black. Cedar is typically not suitable
debut des escalier en haut. gypse meet wood floor
I like the wood with metal, simple, looks strong
“stairs” — Jim MacNair
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