15,514 custom detailing Staircase Design Photos
E. Cobb Architects
cool. Did you have a local company make the custom cast treads or is there a national source?
Custom cast epoxy terrazzo, over steel tube. Matches
E. Cobb Architects Nov 2012 some highly custom detailing involved, but the basics include ground terrazzo treads, shop cast
Stairs: some highly custom detailing involved, but the basics include ground terrazzo treads, shop cast
Vinci | Hamp Architects
Blum glass rail base channel and wrap it in metal? Or did you make your own custom steel channel that is integrated into the stringer? Great Project!
question. Short answer is it's a custom detail with the shoe integrated into the stringer. Clike here for some details ... Also, great looking projects
metal parts are made by Julius Blum Co. and the wood parts were made by a custom millworker. The pieces were assembled by the general contractor.
it's a custom detail with the shoe integrated into the stringer. Clike here for some details ... shows design
The Grey Ghost
Moldings custom detail
Great detailing...colors, patterns, wood details
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Studio William Hefner
William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape
detail on stairway when using glass.
Foley Fiore Architecture
Cutchogue Waterfront Residence
Lake Travis Retreat
very closely with metal fabricator J-Ru Garage to create all the custom metal details.
Lawrence and Gomez Architects
Staircase custom detail echos the shapes of the sideboard at one end of the dining room
Attention to detail; very nice baluster Design.
baluster detail...Staircase detail?...staircase wood and detail
Lake Travis Retreat
worked closely with a metal fabricator (J-Ru Garage) to create all the custom details. These one of a kind stairs would have cost thousands of dollars more
the custom details. These one of a kind stairs would have cost thousands of dollars more if we hadn't gifted our labor and services to make sure the design