3,895 OAK TREES Staircase Design Photos

Adrienne DeRosa
3 Reviews
My Houzz: Tim: Akron, Ohio
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Questions1
Coupled with white steel stringers and rails, the stairs, which are made up of oak, hickory and black walnut species, define the old-meets-new aesthetic of
cut and refinished old beams for the new stairs. Oak, hickory and black walnut treads are coupled with white steel stringers and
original materials, Franklin cut and refinished old beams for the new stairs. Oak, hickory and black walnut treads are coupled with white steel stringers and
original materials, Franklin cut and refinished old beams for the new stairs. Oak, hickory and black walnut treads are coupled with white steel stringers and
“Stair” — Sam T'ang
Loudoun County Custom Builder - Best of Houzz 2014
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Lake Washington residence
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quarter sawn oak and the glass railing is 3/8" tempered glass.
The stringers are blackened steel channel and the treads are stained riff oak. This a custom
blackened steel channels, the treads are stained, 2x12 solid quarter sawn oak
blackened steel channels, the treads are stained, 2x12 solid quarter sawn oak and the glass railing is 3/8" tempered glass.
stair design. C channel steel, 2x12 quarter sawn oak.
“Stairs option” — ckornik
RW Anderson Homes
Greenlake Craftsman
Ideabooks6,725
Questions3
Oak look...not oak...white and oak...classic stair with oak tread
“I love all the light and the floors and stair way” — jaferguson
RW Anderson Homes
Kirkland Tanditional
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Questions6
he floors here are a red oak 5" select series. We used a custom stain by mixing these colors- coffee brown
5" white oak floor, spindles on stair railing
Floor colour not too dark The floors here are a red oak 5" select series. We used a custom stain by mixing these colors- coffee brown
red oak...Red oak stained...solid oak.
“flooring” — wfsmith
Kwinter & Co.
Kwinter Design
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real hard time finding a blend like this that tones all the variation of oak down. do you happen to have the recipe for the blend?
Site finished oak floors let you pick the exact color/stain you wants. Its a great advantage
angelalowe, take a look at Jacobean over White Oak. Also show this picture to your flooring finisher, they can do a lot with
Looks like our red oak floor & treads
“Spindles” — Melissa Rang Antone
Scott Christopher Homes/Surpass Renovations
4 Reviews
Serene City Dwelling
Ideabooks1,022
Questions0
The homeowners designed the oak staircase themselves from Houzz photos. Balk then interpreted the homeowners’
Oak stair treads and risers, the treads are stained darker. Like the cables on
The homeowners designed the oak staircase themselves from Houzz photos. Balk then interpreted the homeowners’ drawings and added a few nuances of his own
“Railing” — themomafam
David Churchill - Architectural Photographer
House Earl's Court
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GOOD USE OF SPACE...NARROW STAIRS...OAK
Simple oak...Oak stair...Light oak...Like the oak staircase
“GOOD USE OF SPACE...NARROW STAIRS...OAK” — Simone Hill
Michael Robert Construction
13 Reviews
Classic Coastal Colonial Foyer
Ideabooks36,590
Questions28
Is that a swedish finish on those white oak floors?
This is white oak. 3 coats of water based poly.
are stained ebony. The rest of the floors upstairs and downstairs are white oak with two coats of water based poly. Good luck with your project!
coats of water-based poly. The water-based brings out the lightness in the oak, whereas the typical oil-based would bring out the yellow or red.
Light oak floors, exposed beams, white trim and blue-toned paints contribute the coastal style they wanted. In the foyer, herringbone hardwood floors with
“Colors” — Beth Ludwig_Joseph
Help with building around our oak tree.
how do I build like this....won't it hurt the tree roots? We have a giant oak tree 18 feet behind our home. It is the only direction we can build. We have...
Are those two Oak trees too close to the deck and the pool?
What a great job!!!! Im also in New Braunfels, Texas , but I was told I could not place Oak trees that close to my pool and deck
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