300 Year Old Farmhouse Restored and Brought Back to it's Beauty
Farmhouse Staircase, Philadelphia
All stair trends were replaced with authentic floor boards located on site in the storage attic. Approaching the second floor up the first set of stairs, the bedroom doorway is to the left and the gutted, future en-suite bathroom and study to the right. The aged plaster on the fireplace chimney was painstakingly removed, exposing authentic stone. Nearing the top of the second set of pie-shaped stairs leading to the third floor attic, a photo was taken that looks into the ceiling of the second floor bedroom. A glance through the angled attic doorway (on right) reveals extra storage space and the future HVAC equipment location. This is the concealed location of additional pine floor boards. Plywood replaced the valued, sought-after wood as shown.
Inspiration for a mid-sized cottage wooden spiral staircase remodel in Philadelphia with painted risers
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added this to November 11, 2018