Another portfolio update – wrought iron baluster staircase

August 6, 2009 No comments yet

We’re updating our portfolio again this week (and again on page 2) with 4 more pictures of a staircase which was part of a remodeling project.

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This update features another L-shape stair with a landing two risers up along with two sections of balcony.

The parts used were: Brazilian cherry treads returned on the right, Brazilian cherry nosings and cove moulding, poplar risers, stringers, and skirt boards, and finally mahogany 9010 rail and 400 series newel posts.

The style of iron balusters chosen were a nice choice to complement the chandelier in the foyer. This staircase also complements the back spiral staircase which can be seen in the first photo creating a unified theme. Great choices in part and materials equals another fantastic looking staircase

Portfolio update – Fan out staircase

August 3, 2009 No comments yet

We just updated our portfolio (page 2) with 4 new pictures of a fan out staircase with a curved balcony.

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The staircase is a L-shape stair with a right fan out. Materials used were poplar: risers, stringers, balusters, skirt boards, and cove moulding; all painted white (by builder’s painter). The treads were of red oak. And the rail was made of mahogany.

The style of parts were as follows: 300 series newel posts, E-186 balusters in 1-3/4″, 9010 rail.

The homeowner added some nice touches with the a runner leading you up the stairs along with a centerpiece table in the corner to accent the space. An elegant colonial style staircase for a beautiful home.

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