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CG&S Design-Build
10 Reviews
A House With Zip!
Ideabooks19,907
Questions16
Where can I find stairs like these? They are gorgeous.
I was wondering what the stairs in this picture are made of! They are beautiful. Thanks
The stair was custom designed and built; we don't break out costs, but if we did, it would be difficult to extend to today's dollar terms without re-estimating the element.
Please give the make and cost for stairs.
supported by a single steel beam that runs underneath from the floor to the 2nd story. The effect is intentional, to make the stair appear as if it was floating.
The walnut stair treads have a simple finish; meaning they were not stained. The steel balusters were chemically treated to achieve their darkened
The treads are very close to 5" in thickness. The handrail is supported by the many steel balusters that march up the stair (to form the balustrade).
“Interesting stairs.” — kreppas
Adrienne DeRosa
2 Reviews
Jen + Raymond Cleveland, Oh
Ideabooks610
Questions0
The open cut out stair case
Stairs painted white, I would put a real carpet runner over
painted stair runner, added when the carpeting was removed, ties into the graphic look of the room.
point on the wall that divides the living room and the formal dining room; the latter is one of the few separate rooms on the main level. The painted stair runner, added when the carpeting was removed, ties into the graphic look of the room.Striped throw: Ikea; pillows: Anthropologie and Target
“painted runner on stairs” — dhgunn
Uptic Studios
2 Reviews
Liberty Lake Residence
Ideabooks7,484
Questions4
how many levels does the stringer stairs serve? thx
find the angle brackets to support the stair treads? Having a difficult time locating something like this. Thank you!!
We had a local steel fabricator build the stair based on our design
The stairs serve three levels here.
Cable stair rail. Modern and open.
“Pour l'escalier au look industriel, wow! Céramique eurk!” — nancieallaire
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
6 Reviews
Palma Plaza
Ideabooks1,623
Questions1
dark mono colored stairs and white wall with accent paint on the top
black staine stair, brick, stair pattern in gypsum board
stair way around corner from home office!
Feels similar to 2708 with a narrower stair. Love the warm wood with white walls
The way the chimney reappears behind the wall defining one side of the stair is an unexpected detail. If we were to see the top of the chimney, we’d see how it is detached from the roof; there is actually a skylight wrapping all four sides of the chimney. This detail expresses the fact that the chimney
“black treads and risers” — Jolene Faber
Jason Ball Interiors, LLC
17 Reviews
Allen Residence - Whole Home Design and Remodel
Ideabooks21,099
Questions18
This was your typical suburban staircase with golden oak railings and balusters, and carpeted stair treads. The redo was completed by installing new wood treads, a new handrail and widening the bottom tread to create a more grand staircase. The custom entry light (designed by Jason Ball Interiors) helps
What did you put in the niche above the stairs?
You can't see it in the photo but I am very interested in knowing what to put in this area. We have a similar type niche and shape of stair case and the opening goes to the ceiling. Not sure what to put there, would
treads on the stairs, should the color be similar? Would you consider black risers with the existing white trim/doors throughout the house? What other wood would you recommend (I have dogs so the harder the better). Thanks!
“Iron?” — twinmamacita
Leslie Goodwin Photography
6 Reviews
Entry - Staircase
Ideabooks17,141
Questions12
Where can I find the stair runner?
Where can I find the stair runner? What was the cost plf?
What is on the floor at the top of the stairs/hallway?
What is on the floor at the top of stairs/hallway? Wood floors?
Hello and thank you for your inquiry. I am the photographer of this space, not the designer. There was another question regarding the stair runner and some information was provided by a supplier. Please
Can you tell me the manufacturer of stair runner? Thank you
Was wonder the paint colour of the stairs thank you
should the landing of each stair be a different color than the rise?
Like the carpet on the stairs.
No on the wallpaper but love the carpet. Would be great for kitchen stairs
Contrast between wall and stair carpet
“Staircase” — Erica Cuthbertson
Quezada Architecture
Lovell Residence
Ideabooks8,082
Questions7
Love the stairs! What kind and where can I find the support backets.
Should the assumption be the stairs passed inspection because they existed when the house was built in the 50's? Thank you.
No closet at top of stairs
Unique newell post and open stair, wall treatment
Short stairs, each with their own level
like this because no stair return going upstairs
Dark stone blocks Small stair flight Wood against stone
Back split with no risers on stairs
Too often, split-level stairs look clunky and awkward. These appear to float, underscoring the restful lines and serene feel of the space.
“wall tiles: leather tiles fro a company in Canada called Blackstock Leather” — windingcreek
Cathy Schwabe Architecture
6 Reviews
Palo Alto Green Point Rated House
Ideabooks1,606
Questions3
Bent steel plate and bamboo stair. Architect: Cathy Schwabe Architecture Interior Design: John Lum Architecture Landscape Architect: Arterra LLP, Vera Gates Lighting Design: Alice Prussin Color Consultant: Judith Paquette Photograph: David Wakely
Hi, I really love the stair case and could like to know its dimensions and construction if possible. Many thanks.
"Stair case construction - Hi, I really love the stair case and could like to know its dimensions and construc
Hi - thanks for the compliment and question. dimensions are pretty standard -- riser height is 7", tread depth is 11", each run is 37" wide. the stair itself is a bent steel plate welded to a steel tube embedded in the wall - and to a steel channel and plate assembly at the landing. The bamboo treads
“Stufen geschlossen 5” — susi86
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