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Inspiration for a timeless staircase remodel in Milwaukee

lakeside guest house

lakeside guest house, designed by Beth Welsh of Interior Changes, built by Lowell Management

Inspiration for a timeless staircase remodel in Milwaukee —  Houzz

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raerae1234 wrote:May 30, 2012
what is the color used on the stairs

- Fresh looking!

  • PRO
    Interior Changes home design
    It is a natural stain on walnut treads, and the stringer and risers are benjmain moore china white.
  • dociam

    what brand & color of stain did you use for the newel and treads?

nadiner123 wrote:August 17, 2012
I love this couch. what make is it ?

- Is that a slip cover?..

songyue wrote:August 30, 2012
Shari wrote:October 22, 2012
Wondering what actual brand/color the yellow paint is?

  • Shari
    Thanks so much. It looks totally different in this pic than on BM's color gallery site, so good to know. Do you know the color of the trim it's matched with?
  • PRO
    Interior Changes home design
    Yes, Benjamin moore: white dove.
Cartwright Builders INC. wrote:December 6, 2012
Where did the newel posts come from, species of wood and stain color?

keprice1 wrote:December 14, 2012
  • PRO
    Interior Changes home design
    This is a typical winder. That just means that the stairs are continuous and are wedge shaped as they make the turn. There is nothing difficult about construction. They are built to code and maintain the same rise height for every step. They are a good solution to turning steps in a shorter configuration, Just as it is fine to do a winding staircase from top to bottom, you can add winders where a landing may have been considered to shorten the full run.
  • angelinaeve7
    All stairs have at least two landings top and bottom, sometimes there are some intermediate landings
tash2115 wrote:January 27, 2013
Marisa Todd wrote:February 26, 2013
  • PRO
    Interior Changes home design
    These are walnut...but red oak floors could stain pretty close to this color and tone, just know that more grain will show.
  • PRO
    Oak & Broad
    Agreed. A similar stain is available from most of the large providers. The difference will be in the grain and figure but most people wont know the difference anyway.
diyer13 wrote:March 9, 2013
Where can I get these railings?

  • PRO
    Interior Changes home design
    Many companies carry iron ballasters and their parts. These are standard in almost every line.
aborakaan wrote:March 22, 2013
What is the dimension of the beam that used in the beginning of the stair?

- I want to know The beam hight and width and the base hight and width

  • PRO
    Interior Changes home design
    I think you are asking about the newel posts? They would be 8" in width and since a handrail is at 36" I would say that they are probably 40" tall. Or the horizontal hand hewn post... which is probably a 12". Or the hand hewn wrapped underside if the balcony...14". Or do you mean the white painted ceiling beams...they are 1x12 Hbeams... So probably 13 1/2" x 11. 3/4"
mishellysloat wrote:May 31, 2013
  • PRO
    Interior Changes home design
    All of the millwork in the house was china white. Light plays with color from surface to surface.
  • mishellysloat
    Thank you so much for the quick response! Love your designs- wish you were closer to us! :)
tonipepin wrote:June 16, 2013
Is that a bead board on the walls?

dqsusieq wrote:August 10, 2013
  • PRO
    Interior Changes home design
    These are from budget blinds/ woven woods. They make them in a vertical application for sliders if you are interested, or you can use these and mount them above the door.
Laurie Beadle wrote:August 26, 2013
  • PRO
    Interior Changes home design
    The full depth from the wall, including the turn of the winder is 7.5" Then the full length of the turn, again including the winder, is 6.3"
  • PRO
    Interior Changes home design
    If this were a straight run it would have taken 10'8" to accomplish. I hope that helps :)
Jen Seppanen wrote:October 5, 2013
  • PRO
    Interior Changes home design
    The grain of walnut is kind of unique, and so the only other wood that I can think of that would be kind of similar in grain is alder. BUT you can stain white oak, birch, hickory and many other species this stain color. It is a warm brown and your contractor should be able to make up a sample on another wood species for you. Maple is about the only wood that I can think of that would not take this dark of a stain very well~ it is too hard and even with wetting to open up the grain, it would be blotchy.
  • Jen Seppanen
    Thank you so much! I appreciate your suggestions :)
C Horowitz wrote:October 21, 2013
  • C Horowitz
    Was not meant to be a question, just pointed out what the photographer failed to see...
  • Deena Klink
    Yes! So weird! It freaked me out
dreamhomeinwkz wrote:April 10, 2014
Love the floor and stairs! What size are the planks? thank you!

  • PRO
    Interior Changes home design
    This was a prefinished wood product so I am not sure of the exact board width, but would estimate that is was around 4" wide planking.
Dina Patel wrote:July 28, 2014
Kellye Gaither wrote:October 10, 2014
do you know of a stain that could be used to match your stairs? loveit

  • PRO
    Interior Changes home design
    Nothing as an exact science~ sorry, IF youhow this photo to a paint specialist in your area they should be able to use your species of wood and show you colorings that will look like this.
helen222 wrote:February 16, 2015
What type of wood is on the tread of the stairs? Thank you?

  • Theresa Sabella

    can you tell me how wide/long each stair tread is?

  • PRO
    Interior Changes home design

    I would guess that it is a 36" staircase. The rise is typically 8" and the run 10" by code.

elben wrote:February 19, 2016
How big is the loft area? Is there more than just the small landing?

  • PRO
    Interior Changes home design

    The upper loft area "bumps" into the bedroom behind that wall with the sconce on it. There is approx 66" of space from the back wall to the railing~ enough for a daybed and a bookshelf. There are two bedrooms and a small bathroom in the upper floor.

elben wrote:February 19, 2016
How big is the loft area? Is there more than just the small landing?

  • PRO
    Interior Changes home design

    The upper hall bumps back into one of two bedrooms in the loft area. What you see with the daybed is 60" deep ( the window seat and the cabinet occupy this area). There is a small vestibule at the top of the stairs with two quaint bedrooms and a tiny powder room.

jodie16 wrote:December 12, 2016
kmc4 wrote:July 25, 2017
  • PRO
    Interior Changes home design

    The stain was customized on site. Begin with a walnut stain and add expresso tones until the desired depth of color is achieved with your wood species.

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