1. Staircase

Traditional Slate Staircase Design Ideas

The Boardman Homestead
The Boardman Homestead
Cummings Architecture + Interiors
One of the biggest challenges when working on a historic home is how to blend new spaces into the existing structure. For this home – the Boardman Homestead, one of the oldest in Ipswich, Massachusetts – the owners wanted to add a first floor master suite without corrupting the exterior lines of the house. To accomplish this, we designed an independent structure that we connected to the original kitchen via a wing. Expansive, south-facing French doors bring in natural light and open from the bedroom onto a private, wooden patio. Inside, the suite features a wood-burning fireplace, en suite bathroom, and spacious walk-in closet. Combining these elements with a cathedral ceiling and a generous number of large windows creates a space that is open, light, and yet still cozy.
Slate Stairs
Slate Stairs
Vermont Structural Slate Company
Architect: Van Dusen Architects. Designer: Nicola Dowling Interiors LLC. Project: Private Residence. Stone: Unfading Green Slate.
Curved Exterior Staircase with Wrought Iron Balcony Rail
Curved Exterior Staircase with Wrought Iron Balcony Rail
Great Lakes Metal Fabrication
No other home will be quite like this one. The curved steel staircase instantly adds a powerful focal point to the home. Unlike a builder-grade straight, L-shaped, or U-shaped wooden staircase, curved metal stairs flow with grace, spanning the distance with ease. The copper roof and window accents (also installed by Great Lakes Metal Fabrication) provide a luxurious touch. The design adds an old world charm that meshes with the tumbled brick exterior and traditional wrought iron belly rail. Enjoy more of our work at www.glmetalfab.com.
Kundengärten 2016-17
Kundengärten 2016-17
Ommertalhof Gartenmanufaktur Schroeder
Frank Schroeder Treppenanlage aus Schieferplatten
Haverford Exterior and Addition
Haverford Exterior and Addition
Bryant Phillips Construction Inc.
Exterior bluestone stairs to rear yard and up to terrace
Curved Exterior Staircase with Wrought Iron Balcony Rail
Curved Exterior Staircase with Wrought Iron Balcony Rail
Great Lakes Metal Fabrication
No other home will be quite like this one. The curved steel staircase instantly adds a powerful focal point to the home. Unlike a builder-grade straight, L-shaped, or U-shaped wooden staircase, curved metal stairs flow with grace, spanning the distance with ease. The copper roof and window accents (also installed by Great Lakes Metal Fabrication) provide a luxurious touch. The design adds an old world charm that meshes with the tumbled brick exterior and traditional wrought iron belly rail. Enjoy more of our work at www.glmetalfab.com.
Curved Exterior Staircase with Wrought Iron Balcony Rail
Curved Exterior Staircase with Wrought Iron Balcony Rail
Great Lakes Metal Fabrication
No other home will be quite like this one. The curved steel staircase instantly adds a powerful focal point to the home. Unlike a builder-grade straight, L-shaped, or U-shaped wooden staircase, curved metal stairs flow with grace, spanning the distance with ease. The copper roof and window accents (also installed by Great Lakes Metal Fabrication) provide a luxurious touch. The design adds an old world charm that meshes with the tumbled brick exterior and traditional wrought iron belly rail. Enjoy more of our work at www.glmetalfab.com.
Curved Exterior Staircase with Wrought Iron Balcony Rail
Curved Exterior Staircase with Wrought Iron Balcony Rail
Great Lakes Metal Fabrication
No other home will be quite like this one. The curved steel staircase instantly adds a powerful focal point to the home. Unlike a builder-grade straight, L-shaped, or U-shaped wooden staircase, curved metal stairs flow with grace, spanning the distance with ease. The copper roof and window accents (also installed by Great Lakes Metal Fabrication) provide a luxurious touch. The design adds an old world charm that meshes with the tumbled brick exterior and traditional wrought iron belly rail. Enjoy more of our work at www.glmetalfab.com.