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staircase by Stair-Pak Products Co. Inc

Inspiration for a large timeless wooden curved staircase remodel in Newark with painted risers —  Houzz
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hubbarda wrote:May 1, 2012
  • Mellonee Tilford
    COST TO CONSTRUCT A ENTRY HALL OF THIS MAGNITUDE?
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    COST TO CONSTRUCT A ENTRY HALL OF THIS MAGNITUDE?
taradomenic wrote:Aug 28, 2012
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    Stair-Pak Products Co. Inc
    This was very challenging project for us, but the end results are fabulous. The small details like this are what makes Anthony James Construction's projects so special.

    As far as the flooring. We made a form and bent the inlay. It was done in 3 pieces alternating between walnut and white oak.
  • tkallas10
    Can you tell me if the main floor is white oak and if so what stain manufacture/color did you use. Also are the stairs walnut? What stain did you use on the stairs. We have been trying so hard to find light floors with dark accents and could really use some suggestions. Thank you!
Joanne Mosticchio wrote:Mar 20, 2013
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Julie Drew wrote:Jan 20, 2015
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    Anthony James Construction

    yes the floor planks are 2 1/4 x 3 1/4 and I believe the accent border is also the same size each. They were custom made by Rich at StairPak you can email him at Sales@stairpak.com. (Plainfield Home)

simone7000 wrote:Jan 20, 2014
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    Anthony James Construction
    The bottom step behind the newel post extends one step. if you look at the total project on sight you can see from side view
wildmouse wrote:Nov 23, 2012

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Kristi Webb added this to New house7 days ago

Wall paneling in areas where I don’t want to put art (stairwell)

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eveadele added this to Kitchen IdeasJun 20, 2019

like the dark lines in the wood floor to add some interest. around the island? or outlining the dining area? to break up the flooring since same all on first floor

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Brandon Stuerke added this to FoyerApr 28, 2019

I really like the white panels up the stairs and how they did the stairs themselves.

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Kate added this to Maine - FoyerMar 15, 2019

Wooden inlay and wrapped stairs

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