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Janette Mallory Interior Design Inc.
John McClain Design
Custom iron stair rail in a geometric pattern is showcased against custom white floor to ceiling wainscoting along the stairwell. A custom brass table greets you as you enter. Photo: Stephen Allen
metal stringer and post with black powder coating for office
Poss Architecture + Planning and Interior Design
Century Stair Company
Tradition Homes, voted Best Builder in 2013, allowed us to bring their vision to life in this gorgeous and authentic modern home in the heart of Arlington; Century Stair went beyond aesthetics by using durable materials and applying excellent craft and precision throughout the design, build and installation process. This iron & wood post-to-post staircase contains the following parts: satin black (5/8" radius) tubular balusters, ebony-stained (Duraseal), 3 1/2 x 3 1/2" square oak newels with chamfered tops, poplar stringers, 1" square/contemporary oak treads, and ebony-stained custom hand rails. CSC 1976-2020 © Century Stair Company. ® All rights reserved.
Audino Construction, Inc.
Tommy Kile Photography
McRae Lambert Dunn
b Architecture Studio
Dado Interior Design
DAVID LAUER PHOTOGRAPHY
Small Home. Staircase -Photographer: Rob Karosis
Karen Melvin Photography
Photographed By: David Deviou (DMD)
Janine Dowling Design Inc.
Janine Dowling Design, Inc. www.janinedowling.com Michael J. Lee Photography
Photo by Casey Dunn
Texas Construction Company
Photo by Ryann Ford
John Kraemer & Sons
Builder: John Kraemer & Sons | Photography: Landmark Photography
The new design expanded the footprint of the home to 1,271 square feet for the first level and 1,156 for the new second level. A new entry with a quarter turn stair leads you into the original living space. The old guest bedroom that was once accessed through the dining room is now connected to the front living space by pocket doors. The new open concept creates a continuous flow from the living space through the dining into the kitchen. Photo by Tre Dunham