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Stairs Design Idea – Combine Wood And Metal For A Warm Industrial Look When Giles Pike Architects have been restoring and renovating this Victorian

Custom stairs Chicago, Modern Staircase design Chicago, Custom Stair Design, Custom Furniture - STAIRS & RAILINGS

Custom stairs Chicago, Modern Staircase design Chicago, Custom Stair Design, Custom Furniture - STAIRS & RAILINGS

This home for a photographer features a folded steel staircase, a mezzanine and wall-mounted storage for bicycles.

Sadie Snelson converts warehouse into photographer's home

Sadie Snelson Architects converts London warehouse into photographer's home and…

Mesh stair detail on fixed geometric stringer. Top lit  where no storage below?

Mesh stair detail on fixed geometric stringer. Top lit where no storage below?

INTERIORS | THE STYLE FILES

a cozy French flat in the heart of Montmartre with floating metal stairs* brick* pretty tile* edison lights*

mclaren.excell / charlotte road house, shoreditch

Image 19 of 22 from gallery of Park Corner Barn / McLaren Excell. Courtesy of McLaren Excell

This is a staircase featuring a combination of steel and wood. The steps are made of wood while the structure and guardrails are made of steel. The combination of material is interesting and the contrast is strong and beautiful. The two materials have different textures and colors but create a nice balance.

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Perforated Metal Staircase • Peter’s House  • Copenhagen • Studio David Thulstrup • 2015

Image 31 of 42 from gallery of Peter’s House / Studio David Thulstrup. Photograph by Peter Krasilnikoff

Ah-HA!  This is what we can do outside the back door that currently has a cement landing and staircase built directly over a basement window (the stupidest design decision EVER!).  Perforated metal would be the perfect replacement to let light into the rec room.

This is what we can do for walkout instead of a cement landing and staircase built directly over a basement window (the stupidest design decision EVER! Perforated metal would be the perfect replacement to let light into the basement.

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