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Elegant wooden staircase photo in Seattle

Conard Romano ArchitectsTraditional Staircase, Seattle

This waterfront residence in Seattle’s Laurelhurst neighborhood was transformed through renovations and additions to create an elegant and inviting family home. An ungainly carport and entry sequence were replaced with an addition featuring a recessed entry porch, home office, and second floor bedroom with a bay window. The interior was completely renovated with details and finishes in keeping with both contemporary life and the building’s early 20th century origins.

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G&S Carpentry wrote:Feb 4, 2012
pblove wrote:Oct 10, 2011
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    Sara alan
    for staircase designs and installation steps visit this blog http://staircase-design.blogspot.com/
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    Conard Romano Architects
    Thank you for your interest in our project. The wood flooring was existing and where new, it was specified to match existing. The floors are plain sawn white oak and were finished with a Swedish Finish with custom color pigmented dark stain.
grommit wrote:Jan 28, 2012
hcbattle wrote:Jul 20, 2013
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    Conard Romano Architects
    Thank you for your interest in our project. The width of the stairs is ~3'-6".
  • Carter and Robert Vann

    Hello, are these newels stock and if so where did you get them, or are they custom designed? Thank you

acald wrote:Jan 15, 2011
  • Sheila Schmitz
    That's a grill over a radiator. :)
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    Conard Romano Architects
    Thank you for your interest in our project. That is a painted decorative metal grille, covering the radiator.
Details Design Studio wrote:Jun 12, 2014
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    Conard Romano Architects
    Thank you for your interest in our project. We no longer have the paint color information in our archives for this project.
rseguin wrote:Jul 8, 2012
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    Conard Romano Architects
    Thank you for your interest in our project. The stair shown has a landing and changes direction. If it were a straight run stair you would need ~19-20 feet in length. The overall width of the stair is ~4'-0". This information is an approximation, consult your building code for stair dimension requirements.
jwolf77 wrote:Jul 31, 2011
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    Conard Romano Architects
    Thank you for your interest in our project. The stair and its components were custom fabricated for this project.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

houzz
Houzz added this to StringerApr 17, 2013

In traditional staircase design, stringers are in a closed system, meaning hidden from view. This staircase has frame and panel millwork that contains the structural parts of the staircase.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

emilyrd08
Emily added this to StaircaseFeb 23, 2019

Dark wood only on top of rail and caps, all white otherwise

rebecca_mooew
rebecca_mooew added this to Split Entry, Bannister, and StepsDec 30, 2018

Rounded spindles fit into incline board

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