3,28,748 Staircase Design Ideas
Andrew A. Willett, Architect, PA
No small feat to have the roof slope and window angles match the stairs. Photos by Jay Weiland
Markay Johnson Construction
Named for its enduring beauty and timeless architecture – Magnolia is an East Coast Hampton Traditional design. Boasting a main foyer that offers a stunning custom built wall paneled system that wraps into the framed openings of the formal dining and living spaces. Attention is drawn to the fine tile and granite selections with open faced nailed wood flooring, and beautiful furnishings. This Magnolia, a Markay Johnson crafted masterpiece, is inviting in its qualities, comfort of living, and finest of details. Builder: Markay Johnson Construction Architect: John Stewart Architects Designer: KFR Design
Plum Builders, Inc.
Dead on Design and Ron Papageorge Photography
Hoover Architecture, PLLC
Modern staircase with stainless steel cable railing and 4" thick reclaimed timber stair treads lend an open feeling to this light and airy home. Photos by Philip Jensen Carter
Living Design Studios, inc
Wood tread with a single metal stringer and glass panel guardrail
This Stainless Steel Monostringer is brushed with a white powder coat to match the whitewash finish applied to the Red Oak Steps and flooring in this entryway. Viewrail FLIGHT offers over 16 different finishes for metal and nearly unlimited finish choices for our 22 wood species.
Ellen Cassilly Architect
Led Lighting Control by Elan and Lutron lighting systems
photography by Rob Karosis
Hull Forest Products - Wide Plank Floors
Custom milled wide and long plank American Cherry wood flooring and stairs from Hull Forest Products. Made in USA. www.hullforest.com. 800-928-9602. Photo by Jane Button Photography.
STEPHEN FLETCHER ARCHITECTS
One of our clients' main requirements was to improve the circulation between the kitchen/dining area and the living room, half a level above, whilst retaining some separation. This has been achieved by installing a set of angled steps to the side of the semicircular veneered larder, which lead to glazed double doors opening-into the living room. Photography: Bruce Hemming