Green Staircase Design Ideas with Wood Risers
Century Stair Company
This staircase showcases a custom heavy-forged-iron balustrade system with a magnificent bronze finish, a smooth and curved mahogany hand rail system, solid mahogany treads and curbed stringers adorned with beautiful descending volutes; its stylish design and location make these stairs one of the main focal points in this elegant home, inviting everyone to enjoy its individualistic artistic statement and to visit the home's lower and upper levels. CSC 1976-2020 © Century Stair Company ® All rights reserved.
The staircase features American walnut handrails and wood flooring, wood spindle railings, crown moldings, paneled walls and shaker style doors in the background.
Designs By Meryem
The wall color, the lighting and art selections made the staircase and entrance areas flow together harmoniously. Photograph by Designs by Meryem, LLC Every client has a vision, and every interior design project is unique. My goal is to assist you in translating your passion and personality into distinct home concepts. I love interior design and I have been doing it all my life. Ten years ago, I chose to make interior design my profession and career. Today, I am privileged to share my passion with a growing number of clients. Each proposal and project is tailored to your vision and requirements. My promise to you is to help you realize a design that you will own and love. I am an Experienced Color Consultant, an Allied Member of the American Society of Interior Designers, and a Member of the National Kitchen and Bath Association.
Bohannon Design Team
The beautiful staircase leads from the open living area upstairs.
Dipen Gada and Associates
Photography: Tejas Shah
Glenn Layton Homes
The Island House built by Glenn Layton Homes in Paradise Key South Beach, Jacksonville Beach, Florida.
STEPHEN FLETCHER ARCHITECTS
One side of the staircase is supported by a structural glass wall. This helps keep the space as bright and open as possible. Photographer: Rachael Smith
This house is sited on the steep, north facing slope of Snow King Mountain. The main living spaces are located on the top level to take advantage of the sweeping views of the Tetons and National Elk Refuge. Arrival at this top level is through a stair atrium generously illuminated with skylights, which filter daylight throughout the interior – critical to a site deep in the trees with no direct sun during the winter months.
elegant view of a stunning stair case
Designer: Ivan Pozdnyakov Foto: Sergey Ananiev
Rebecca Naughtin Architect
Ben Hosking Photography
gail owens photography
Gail Owens Photography