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Westlake Dr. Duplex
Westlake Dr. Duplex
BF Homes LLC.
Trendy wooden u-shaped wood railing staircase photo in Austin with wooden risers
Chester new Craftsman Home
Chester new Craftsman Home
Distinctive Contracting Services
Chad Smith
Inspiration for a mid-sized craftsman wooden l-shaped staircase remodel in Baltimore with painted risers
Daly Apartment Front Entry
Daly Apartment Front Entry
Classic Property Management
Elegant wooden u-shaped staircase photo in Other with wooden risers
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Gallery
Gallery
Schutte Stair Co.
Mid-sized elegant wooden curved wood railing staircase photo in Cincinnati with wooden risers
Hardwood Floors
Hardwood Floors
Socal Hardwood Floors
Staircase - small traditional wooden straight metal railing staircase idea in Los Angeles with wooden risers
Kress Penthouse
Kress Penthouse
Ellen Cassilly Architect
Mark Herboth
Staircase - contemporary wooden cable railing staircase idea in Raleigh with wooden risers
bryant remodel stair detail
bryant remodel stair detail
Floisand Studio
photo by Jerry McNeil
Trendy staircase photo in Seattle
Mindy Gledhill Residence
Mindy Gledhill Residence
Scholz Architects + Interior Design
Mountain style wooden l-shaped open and metal railing staircase photo in Salt Lake City
Helena 1
Helena 1
Tim Barber Architects
Karyn Millet Photography
Staircase - traditional staircase idea in Los Angeles
Liberty
Liberty
David Mills Custom Homes
Mark Menjivar
Staircase - rustic wooden staircase idea in Austin with metal risers
Courtyard House
Courtyard House
DeForest Architects
Contractor: Prestige Residential Construction; Interior Design: NB Design Group; Photo: Benjamin Benschneider
Inspiration for a contemporary wooden u-shaped open and metal railing staircase remodel in Seattle
Montpelier Street, Knightsbridge
Montpelier Street, Knightsbridge
tff architects
Example of a large trendy wooden u-shaped open staircase design in London
Stairs
Stairs
L.A. Carpet & Tile Inc.
Home Builder 17 Stones Contracting
Example of a mid-sized minimalist u-shaped wood railing staircase design in Edmonton
Natural Oak Staircase
Natural Oak Staircase
Bisca Staircases
Natural understated oak treads, risers and landing nosing. The lower staircase section is an open helical form rising from the ground floor to a landing. Treads are set slightly back giving a slightly overhanging nose for a subtly traditional effect in keeping with the property. The treads and risers are supported on slim, curved mild steel stringers set in from the stair edges to give lightness to the structure. Handforged and formed steel uprights provide an organic looking balustrade whilst handrails are smoothly curved forms, originating with slender, tapered newels at the ground floor, spliced with leather before continuing up the stair and around landing edges. Photography: Jake Fitzjones
Natural Oak Staircase
Natural Oak Staircase
Bisca Staircases
Jake FitzjonesNatural understated oak treads, risers and landing nosing. The lower staircase section is an open helical form rising from the ground floor to a landing. Treads are set slightly back giving a slightly overhanging nose for a subtly traditional effect in keeping with the property. The treads and risers are supported on slim, curved mild steel stringers set in from the stair edges to give lightness to the structure. Handforged and formed steel uprights provide an organic looking balustrade whilst handrails are smoothly curved forms, originating with slender, tapered newels at the ground floor, spliced with leather before continuing up the stair and around landing edges. Photography: Jake Fitzjones
Natural Oak Staircase
Natural Oak Staircase
Bisca Staircases
Natural understated oak treads, risers and landing nosing. The lower staircase section is an open helical form rising from the ground floor to a landing. Treads are set slightly back giving a slightly overhanging nose for a subtly traditional effect in keeping with the property. The treads and risers are supported on slim, curved mild steel stringers set in from the stair edges to give lightness to the structure. Handforged and formed steel uprights provide an organic looking balustrade whilst handrails are smoothly curved forms, originating with slender, tapered newels at the ground floor, spliced with leather before continuing up the stair and around landing edges. Photography: Jake Fitzjones
Natural Oak Staircase
Natural Oak Staircase
Bisca Staircases
Natural understated oak treads, risers and landing nosing. The lower staircase section is an open helical form rising from the ground floor to a landing. Treads are set slightly back giving a slightly overhanging nose for a subtly traditional effect in keeping with the property. The treads and risers are supported on slim, curved mild steel stringers set in from the stair edges to give lightness to the structure. Handforged and formed steel uprights provide an organic looking balustrade whilst handrails are smoothly curved forms, originating with slender, tapered newels at the ground floor, spliced with leather before continuing up the stair and around landing edges. Photography: Jake Fitzjones
Natural Oak Staircase
Natural Oak Staircase
Bisca Staircases
Natural understated oak treads, risers and landing nosing. The lower staircase section is an open helical form rising from the ground floor to a landing. Treads are set slightly back giving a slightly overhanging nose for a subtly traditional effect in keeping with the property. The treads and risers are supported on slim, curved mild steel stringers set in from the stair edges to give lightness to the structure. Handforged and formed steel uprights provide an organic looking balustrade whilst handrails are smoothly curved forms, originating with slender, tapered newels at the ground floor, spliced with leather before continuing up the stair and around landing edges. Photography: Jake Fitzjones
Natural Oak Staircase
Natural Oak Staircase
Bisca Staircases
Natural understated oak treads, risers and landing nosing. The lower staircase section is an open helical form rising from the ground floor to a landing. Treads are set slightly back giving a slightly overhanging nose for a subtly traditional effect in keeping with the property. The treads and risers are supported on slim, curved mild steel stringers set in from the stair edges to give lightness to the structure. Handforged and formed steel uprights provide an organic looking balustrade whilst handrails are smoothly curved forms, originating with slender, tapered newels at the ground floor, spliced with leather before continuing up the stair and around landing edges. Photography: Jake Fitzjones
Natural Oak Staircase
Natural Oak Staircase
Bisca Staircases
Natural understated oak treads, risers and landing nosing. The lower staircase section is an open helical form rising from the ground floor to a landing. Treads are set slightly back giving a slightly overhanging nose for a subtly traditional effect in keeping with the property. The treads and risers are supported on slim, curved mild steel stringers set in from the stair edges to give lightness to the structure. Handforged and formed steel uprights provide an organic looking balustrade whilst handrails are smoothly curved forms, originating with slender, tapered newels at the ground floor, spliced with leather before continuing up the stair and around landing edges. Photography: Jake Fitzjones
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