StaircaseRustic Basement, Atlanta

Photography by Ralph Kylloe

Inspiration for a rustic underground concrete floor basement remodel in Atlanta with no fireplace and brown walls —  Houzz
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Melanie Waldon wrote:Apr 28, 2013
  • gozogirl
    love the railing where can you buy it or who installed it
  • dvessels
    Love the posts and railings. What is the sealant/finish for this application?

    Thank you.
Valerie McGee wrote:Dec 22, 2013
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    Peace Design
    We work with a local dealer in Atlanta who knows and sources through other dealers all over the country.
  • PRO
    Bronze Wildlife Sculpture by Shawn McAvoy
    Nice moose sculpture. As a wildlife sculptor myself I can appreciate the work that goes into it.
jlevy876 wrote:May 17, 2014
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    Peace Design
    This particular piece was brought to the property by our clients, it was already part of their art collection.
tishmb1 wrote:Apr 4, 2014
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    Peace Design
    We used reclaimed oak boards.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Becky Harris added this to Houzz Tour: Artisanal Excellence in a Gracious Montana Ski LodgeApr 9, 2013

Stairs from the entry lead to the main floor. Peace chose furniture and lighting that could stand up to the scale of the massive stone fireplace. The large rug in the first photo is a reproduction, as vintage Native American travel rugs were not made in large sizes like this one. The clients owned the moose sculpture in the entryway before they bought the house. Now he is right where he belongs. The textures, materials and a vintage Native American rug set the design tone. Throughout the house Chris Lohss of Lohss Construction used standing dead logs like the one used for the newel post, and reclaimed wood like you see on the stairwell walls. These wide planks used to be warehouse flooring."In a house like this, we like to add refined pieces, like the antique European blanket chest, to add elegance and to balance out the more rustic pieces," Peace says. "We wanted it to look like the pieces had been collected over time from around the world."Red chair: Dessin Fournir; painting: “Trade Talks,” Montana Trails Gallery

What Houzzers are commenting on:

bg_long added this to Rustic stair railingsApr 14, 2019

Like thinner stiles but not as close together.

kimgelp added this to BASEMENT PROJECTNov 26, 2018

Let's keep our eye out for this art piece. I'd really like one.

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