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Stairs
Stairs
HŌM Solutions, Inc.
HOM Solutions,Inc.
Mid-sized elegant wooden l-shaped staircase photo in Denver with painted risers
Coastal Cottage
Coastal Cottage
ADŌR Homes
runner - stain resistant nylon in chevron pattern, sand/ivory color Image by @Spacecrafting
Inspiration for a mid-sized coastal carpeted l-shaped wood railing staircase remodel in Minneapolis with painted risers
Summit Haus - Park City Passive House
Summit Haus - Park City Passive House
Zola European Windows
Located in, Summit Park, Park City UT lies one of the most efficient houses in the country. The Summit Haus – designed and built by Chris Price of PCD+B, is an exploration in design and construction of advanced high performance housing. Seeing a rising demand for sustainable housing along with rising Carbon emissions leading to global warming, this house strives to show that sensible, good design can create spaces adequate for today’s housing demands while adhering to strict standards. The house was designed to meet the very rigid Passiv House rating system – 90% more efficient than a typical home in the area. The house itself was intended to nestle neatly into the 45 degree sloped site and to take full advantage of the limited solar access and views. The views range from short, highly wooded views to a long corridor out towards the Uinta Mountain range towards the east. The house was designed and built based off Passiv Haus standards, and the framing and ventilation became critical elements to maintain such minimal energy requirements. Zola triple-pane, tilt-and-turn Thermo uPVC windows contribute substantially to the home’s energy efficiency, and takes advantage of the beautiful surrounding of the location, including forrest views from the deck off of the kitchen. Photographer: George Oakley
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Attic Renovation
Attic Renovation
SLR Architecture Inc.
SLR Architecture This Attic Renovation added valuable guest and play space to this modest sized home in Newton. The bed nook adds storage space while providing a comfy space for an occasional guest or visiting relative.
Faxon
Faxon
Euroline Steel Windows
Inspiration for a contemporary wooden l-shaped open and glass railing staircase remodel in Orange County
Custom Modern Stairs
Custom Modern Stairs
Keuka Studios, Inc
Bridge with the curved Keuka style cable railing connecting two wings of the home. Railing and stairs by Keuka Studios
Minimalist wooden floating open and cable railing staircase photo in New York
Hampton Hall - Farnsleigh
Hampton Hall - Farnsleigh
Court Atkins Group
Example of a mid-sized farmhouse wooden u-shaped staircase design in Charleston with painted risers
Condo Renovation 2 in Provincetown, MA
Condo Renovation 2 in Provincetown, MA
Cape Associates, Inc.
The overarching design intent for this 1,455-square-foot West Vine Street condominium was to make the spaces contemporary and functional. The renovation began with an unexpected structural deficiency in the form of a post located in the middle of the living room that was causing a three-inch dip in the floor. It was removed and replaced with steel columns running down through the walls and into a footing pad with a three-foot depth. The main living spaces underwent significant changes; the kitchen was reconfigured to open up a formerly cramped space, and the removal of a wall made room for a cascading island with Cesarstone countertops—a crowning feature. Additionally, an electrical panel was relocated to be able to wrap the refrigerator with a wood veneer frame. Notable materials include eight-inch-wide ‘Esplanade’ French oak plank floors chosen to complement the reclaimed wood-wrapped ceiling beams, which feature a combination of LED downlighting and uplighting. A sleek gas fireplace with horizontal slate surround and paneled wall backing replaced an old wood-burning stove—furthering the design program. Pacheco-Robb Architects dismantled an existing spiral stair and replaced it with a cable-rail system—a nautical nod—which is noteworthy for the way it meets code; by running a contiguous oak banister for the entire length of the stair, they were able to avoid having to add a second railing, which would shrink the already narrow stairwell. Upstairs, a tight bedroom with gabled ceilings was addressed by adding a solar-operated skylight with built-in shade, plus minimalistic furnishings. Structural changes in the master bedroom included eliminating a closest to widen the room, and reconfiguring a bathroom to fit a small walk-in closet in lieu of a long, thin hallway. The formerly unfinished rooftop deck is now accessed via a six-foot door that opens more than 90 degrees. Azek decking was laid over the rubber roof, and two-inch stanchions were located around the rail’s outer edge. By opening the floor plan and streamlining the aesthetic, the place now breathes.
Addison Barn Guesthouse
Addison Barn Guesthouse
Silver Maple Construction LLC
Photography by Bob Schatz
Example of a farmhouse staircase design in Burlington
Laguna Beach - Temple Hills
Laguna Beach - Temple Hills
Corbin Reeves Construction
Example of a trendy wooden l-shaped cable railing staircase design in Orange County with wooden risers
Open Riser Stairs
Open Riser Stairs
IDS Metals / Ar2 Design Studios Inc.
The client approached us an idea and an open space. We took the idea and created a beautiful open riser stairs with lots of details. 3" thick Walnut treads, custom made wood trim for the landings, and a custom wood handrail help complete the entire stair project. Customers vision came to life. Great clients.
Condo Renovation 2 in Provincetown, MA
Condo Renovation 2 in Provincetown, MA
Cape Associates, Inc.
The overarching design intent for this 1,455-square-foot West Vine Street condominium was to make the spaces contemporary and functional. The renovation began with an unexpected structural deficiency in the form of a post located in the middle of the living room that was causing a three-inch dip in the floor. It was removed and replaced with steel columns running down through the walls and into a footing pad with a three-foot depth. The main living spaces underwent significant changes; the kitchen was reconfigured to open up a formerly cramped space, and the removal of a wall made room for a cascading island with Cesarstone countertops—a crowning feature. Additionally, an electrical panel was relocated to be able to wrap the refrigerator with a wood veneer frame. Notable materials include eight-inch-wide ‘Esplanade’ French oak plank floors chosen to complement the reclaimed wood-wrapped ceiling beams, which feature a combination of LED downlighting and uplighting. A sleek gas fireplace with horizontal slate surround and paneled wall backing replaced an old wood-burning stove—furthering the design program. Pacheco-Robb Architects dismantled an existing spiral stair and replaced it with a cable-rail system—a nautical nod—which is noteworthy for the way it meets code; by running a contiguous oak banister for the entire length of the stair, they were able to avoid having to add a second railing, which would shrink the already narrow stairwell. Upstairs, a tight bedroom with gabled ceilings was addressed by adding a solar-operated skylight with built-in shade, plus minimalistic furnishings. Structural changes in the master bedroom included eliminating a closest to widen the room, and reconfiguring a bathroom to fit a small walk-in closet in lieu of a long, thin hallway. The formerly unfinished rooftop deck is now accessed via a six-foot door that opens more than 90 degrees. Azek decking was laid over the rubber roof, and two-inch stanchions were located around the rail’s outer edge. By opening the floor plan and streamlining the aesthetic, the place now breathes.
Foyer & Stair
Foyer & Stair
Tracery Interiors
Light spills into the Foyer of this newly constructed lakeside home in Auburn, Alabama. [photo by Colleen Duffley]
Elegant staircase photo in Birmingham
Condo Renovation 2 in Provincetown, MA
Condo Renovation 2 in Provincetown, MA
Cape Associates, Inc.
The overarching design intent for this 1,455-square-foot West Vine Street condominium was to make the spaces contemporary and functional. The renovation began with an unexpected structural deficiency in the form of a post located in the middle of the living room that was causing a three-inch dip in the floor. It was removed and replaced with steel columns running down through the walls and into a footing pad with a three-foot depth. The main living spaces underwent significant changes; the kitchen was reconfigured to open up a formerly cramped space, and the removal of a wall made room for a cascading island with Cesarstone countertops—a crowning feature. Additionally, an electrical panel was relocated to be able to wrap the refrigerator with a wood veneer frame. Notable materials include eight-inch-wide ‘Esplanade’ French oak plank floors chosen to complement the reclaimed wood-wrapped ceiling beams, which feature a combination of LED downlighting and uplighting. A sleek gas fireplace with horizontal slate surround and paneled wall backing replaced an old wood-burning stove—furthering the design program. Pacheco-Robb Architects dismantled an existing spiral stair and replaced it with a cable-rail system—a nautical nod—which is noteworthy for the way it meets code; by running a contiguous oak banister for the entire length of the stair, they were able to avoid having to add a second railing, which would shrink the already narrow stairwell. Upstairs, a tight bedroom with gabled ceilings was addressed by adding a solar-operated skylight with built-in shade, plus minimalistic furnishings. Structural changes in the master bedroom included eliminating a closest to widen the room, and reconfiguring a bathroom to fit a small walk-in closet in lieu of a long, thin hallway. The formerly unfinished rooftop deck is now accessed via a six-foot door that opens more than 90 degrees. Azek decking was laid over the rubber roof, and two-inch stanchions were located around the rail’s outer edge. By opening the floor plan and streamlining the aesthetic, the place now breathes.
Sunshine
Sunshine
fuentesdesign, llc
http://danecroninphotography.com/
Example of a mountain style wooden l-shaped open staircase design in Denver
A House With Zip!
A House With Zip!
CG&S Design-Build
Design: Mark Lind Project Management: Jon Strain Photography: Paul Finkel, 2012
Large trendy wooden floating open staircase photo in Austin
Custom Renovations
Custom Renovations
Home Sweet Home Remodeling
These oak floors are 75 years old and, as you can see, are simply beautiful after refinishing. A solvent based urethane finish was applied over common Minwax stain.
T Street Residence
T Street Residence
Gutierrez Studios
Interior clear finished cold rolled steel guardrail with a mix of glass and horizontal rod guardrails. Wood handrails made from dark stained oak.
Trendy staircase photo in DC Metro
Modern staircase
Modern staircase
KuDa Photography
Private residence. Photo by KuDa Photography
Inspiration for a contemporary glass railing staircase remodel in Los Angeles
Basement Staircase
Basement Staircase
BCN Homes
Inspiration for a timeless wooden l-shaped wood railing staircase remodel in DC Metro with painted risers
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