Scraphouse industrial-staircase
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Stair designed and built by Tony Dominski
Inspiration for an industrial floating staircase remodel in San Francisco — Houzz

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k8monster wrote:
Gorgeous but has there been any problems with the wood wearing down over time or with silvers? - Additionally, has there been any kind of treating or sealant applied to prevent such issues? Thanks!
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Just because it can be very expensive to do, we both know that there is a lot of talent that can be inspired & DYI a project. One of my favorite stair cases was a semi circle done done with 1.5 inch plywood. We did the layout on the floor before we built the walls. Then used steel "L" brackets on each step tread and built the walls to handrail height using each step as a form for locating the studs. A steel flex plate was used to anchor the walls and form the base for layers of flex rock.
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agazzi emilia

Could you please show some drawing details? TKS a lot

farfan construction wrote:
Stairs - I would like how you treated that type of wood
agazzi emilia wrote:
could you please show some construction details as i would like to do?
Caroline Harrison Designs Inc wrote:
Very interested in the stair design. - Can you send pictures of how the staircase looks from below. Just wondering how it is supported. Thank you
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studio505 wrote:
need ideas for see through floors...strong lucite or something comparable
dmcdermott wrote:
Placing furniture - I have a living room that is very hard to arrange furniture, it's shaped like an L, any suggestions? I want it centered around the fireplace.
Steven Schroeder wrote:
How are the treads supported? From the bottom or top?
cooltown wrote:
Is that a wall of keyboards on the bottom left? haha

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Shawn Gauthier added this to Stair Flair: Staircases Unlike Any Other
Choose something out of the ordinary for the actual stairs. At the end of the day, the stairs are simply horizontal planks that can be made from a variety of materials. These wood blocks are a great rustic complement to this modern home.

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