667,194 wood stairs Home Design Photos

Jamie Laubhan-Oliver
The Olivers House
what type of wood used on the stairs?
What type wood is this? It's beautiful
You're welcome! Usually we would not recommend Pine because it is quite soft to use as treads and will dent easily, but reclaimed wood has often become harder over time and has a rustic look anyway so dents don't take away from the look.
I love the recycled wood stairs.
Great old wood on stairs idea
I like the tone of the wood on these stairs...very natural
Creaking Floors and StairsCause: This most often happens when a loosened wooden floor board moves up and down against a nail. Other times wood planks are rubbing against one another. The sound is notorious in old houses.You can tighten the boards by nailing, screwing or gluing the boards, but it's going
“Stairs the wood” — loveyjones
Louise Lakier
1 Review
The Casita Twins, efficient living with beautiful views.
What kind of wood is used on these stairs and where can I order it?
Love the wood on the stairs
Love the stairs Hate everything else
specifications being met," says Dull. "The Galvalume siding was not a typical application, and we had to redo it. We also had to tear out the upper stairs once, because they originally cut too much into the kitchen headroom."
kitchenette provides all the essentials Dull needs; tile left over from the swimming pool makes up the backsplash and countertop. A staircase with laurel wood treads leads up to the two bedrooms. Reinforced concrete block and stucco make up the lower-level structure, while a welded steel skeleton forms the
“The tiny space utilise” — moodietz
Structerra, Inc.
5 Reviews
Tahoe Lakefront 3255 - Structerra, inc
rustic stairs with clean, smooth stone
I like this dark wood for stair
How to attach the glass to the stairs.
Wood stairs and beams
Great idea for basement stairs!
Wood siding on stairs
Mix of wood and metal
Multi- stair. Wood. Both directions
these stairs are sick
Love the rustic wooden stairs
rough cut wood stairs
risers and stairs...stairs and glass...The stairs....wood paneling...stairs- add slate...glass stair railing...Wood and glass...Love the stairs...Kick ass stairs....Love the wood...Stair logs...Wood on wall...barn wood...wood beam
“Stair” — Karen Maldonado
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Don Ziebell
1 Review
Oz Architects
I love the stairs....What kind of treatment or stain did u use? Thanks
Can anyone identify the wood? So beautiful!
What kind of wood is being used for the stairs?
wanting to know what kind of wood is being used for these stairs? Please advise. Thank you.
Very nice. How wide are the stairs from wall to railing? Thanks
i have an old stairs and iwant to cover it with wood so which is the best wood
looks like this stair sits in a 8' x 12' square foot print... it all depends on ceiling hight
I like stairs better with a wood handlebar
attic entry or floors stairs look for home
Staircases are great places to capture this look. Keep the stairs unfinished and pair them with a simple wrought iron railing.More:Blending Styles: Farmhouse Meets IndustrialStress Less With Distressed Cabinets
“Hardwood color” — sherigerhardt
Baldridge Architects
3 Reviews
Bouldin Creek Courtyard House
I have stairs just like these in my apartment except mine has tan/beige carpet, my question is what can I put on them to protect and keep them clean?
for the down stairs but with grey walls
Great idea for mom's stair well
is that the stair appears to hover in space. An understated and utilitarian look, simple white and wood can be used sparingly when the budget requires a pared-down palette of materials.
Stairs - side where wall meets wood.
treads and risers of a stair that gives the illusion that the stair disappears behind the walls. As with other reveals, this requires an extra layer of drywall and some precise craftsmanship.
White + WoodThis union has a humbleness to it that I find really appealing. Natural wood tones can be used sparingly
“Similar to my own house” — sweetarts1978
Moon Bros Inc
Apple Farm
The foliage coming up around the stairs - is it real or ornamental? how is it anchored
How beautiful is this space and garden outside! Beautiful wood on stairs!
Love the wood stairs and the glass rail.
gorgeous wood floor and huge windows. Lamp is very nice too!
completely open glass behind stair structure
Indoor / outdoor idea Stone floor / wood stairs / glass handrail
“Huge glasses” — mangelesvilarrasa
Zack|de Vito Architecture + Construction
1 Review
Laidley Street Residence
not too minimal glass rail near wood
Railing and combination of cement and wood on stairs
Mixed material stair with wood and concrete
wood stairs on main up, acrylic on turn, seethrough acrylic to second floor
almost solid stairs riser with glass sides
Mix it up. Wood stairs? Or stainless steel stairs? Why not both! When rustic meets contemporary it equals a chic combination full of texture.
“Like this bookshelf idea in a bedroom, just at the door” — Natalie Blackshaw
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
5 Reviews
Summer Home
Should the stain of wood flooring match your wood furniture or contrast it?
Can you tell me the style and brand of the stair tread lighting
Can you tell me where to get this stair lighting/ Can you also tell me how you do these stairs with no stair nose?
I have heard that it is absolutely unnecessary to match your wood finishes. Think about it...Do you think you are going to have the wood flooring or furniture longer? Here are some ways to make contrast work: -Dark floor with light furniture: This
floor. This way, you can notice and admire your wood pieces. If you are going to match, I would think, like anything, either be spot on or don't try at all. There is nothing worse than a color or stain that is trying to match, but just doesn't cut it. Wood pieces are usually so beautiful and unique, matching
“stairs and railing” — crawforderin
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