Stair Rebuild with Metal Scroll Balusters
Original Staircase at 1st Floor
This tall owner wanted to extend or reconfigure the staircase to deepen the treads. The original staircase has treads less than 11 inches and the large-shoed owner had to be carefull not to slip off a treads. The carpeted treads were replaced with Brazilian Cherry treads. The metal balusters have a scroll and hammered plain baluster pattern. This gallery has before, during construction and pre-paint photgraphs.
Original Staircase at 2nd Floor
This photo shows the original 2nd floor half wall that was removed.
To accomodate the owner's height and staircase reconfiguration, the ceiling was angle cut as opposed to square cut with related support beam work.
New Treads Under Construction
The To Be Reworked Under-the-Stair Closet Ceiling
Temporary Safety Railing on the 2nd Floor
The New Staircase
New Staircase Side View
The Reworked Under Stair Closet Ceiling
The New Brazilian Cherry Treads with Contrasting Color Risers
Brazilian Cherry Treads at the Landing
The New 2nd Floor Balustrade - The Half Wall Has Been Removed
The New 2nd Floor Balustrade #2
The New 2nd Floor Balustrade #3
Iron on Iron with Iron Bottom Rail
Belly Balusters with Wood Handrail on Porch
Metal Balusters - Wooden Top Rail with Post-to-Post Design
Modern Iron Balustrade
Stainless Steel Balustrade
Curved Balcony with Metal Balusters
Feather Balusters on Open Tread Staircase
Notice 4 balusters per tread.
Scroll and Plain Baluster Pattern
Stain Glass-Topped Exterior Newel Post