593 Staircase Wood Tread Design Photos And Ideas

The interior stair is composed of floating treads sourced from trees cut down on the  property. A mix of oak, maple, and birch, each step is different and unique.
A children's play area.
Charred wood treated with the Shou Sugi Ban technique was used for the stairs and in the upstairs' workspace and flooring. The floors downstairs are polished concrete.
Stairs lead to a lower level family room, complete with a wine cellar.
The sunken living room is illuminated by an eight-by-eight-foot gridded skylight in the copper ceiling.
In 2014, while recovering from a work-related injury, Denver-area firefighter Regan Foster started exploring the idea of shipping containers for a new house he was planning to build. Two years later, he and his wife, Libby, moved into a home made mostly of the giant metal bins, having done much of the work themselves. They share the residence with their year-old daughter, Evie, and Libby’s mother.
Wood-clad stair treads and risers are accented by an open, framed wood wall and stone fireplace. The interiors are an assemblage of minimal, raw materials.
A new interior stair allows vertical circulation, and funnels light into the interior space.
Intimately tied to the steep topography, views and experiences change as one travels through the home. Traveling up the steep entry to the living level on the second floor, a soaring, double-height volume reveals itself, housing the home’s main social space—an open kitchen, living, and dining area.
Thompson wanted to create "layered and veiled spaces" inside, which was achieved with multiple places to gather in the main corridor. The corridor is open from the second floor down to the basement, and has a combination of skylights and windows for ample light. Paradis MetalWorks supplied the rail and stair stringers.
A staircase with floating oak stair treads and a continuous steel railing goes up to the second floor. The cupboards on the left are fronted with the same "Ravenswood" panels, and a skylight floods the space with light.
The Madrona features a sheltered deck, one of the semi-outdoor modules available.
Here's a look at the spiraling floors. Note the owner's white cat peering down from above.
"By the time a user climbs from entrance at the lowest level to the topmost floor, they will have climbed 35 feet without realizing it," says Misra. "We interviewed more than 50 people who had visited the site at different times, and none of them realized the slow height progression of the Three Step House, since the stairs were broken up into small, discrete runs."
The windows frame beautiful views of the outdoors.
A hallway leads up to the open-plan living, dining, and kitchen areas.
A view from the upper floor down the circular staircase to the game room below. The flaring, circular staircase was built using I-beams bent in Seattle.
The home was designed to complement the clients' extensive contemporary art collection. The pendant lighting fixture is by Lindsey Adelman Studio.
Steps with built-in drawers lead up to the sleeping loft.
The interiors are finished with naturally aged, local basswood.
This Geo Blue design was created by Elisabeth Fredricksson.
The lower floor is built at a high section of the slope—about 1.65 feet below the ground—to create a living area that’s embedded within the terrain.
A strategically placed skylight floods the stairway core of the home with natural light.
A light-filled spiral stair leads from the dining room to the upstairs lounge.
From the living lounge, wooden stairs lead up to the bedrooms.
A succulent wall adds texture and greenery to the home.
Stair and Entry
The boys sit  on the staircase, which leads to a large basement playroom. LED strips under the custom handrails provide light.
The walls of the stairwell are made of board-formed concrete painted black. “Everything in the house is experimental,” Mehdi says of the atypical dwelling, “the materials, the layout, the garden, the exterior.”
The light-filled stair wraps around a primitive factory elevator shaft.
Stairs lead down to a the ground floor that houses a guest apartment, a two-car garage, and a weight room.
A steel elevator, wrapped by a staircase, anchors the home and descends downstairs to the bunk room.
A catalyzed finish has been used for the cabinetry under the stairs.
The large windows open up the interiors by creating double-height spaces that draw natural light into the heart of the house.
From the double-height entry hall, a staircase leads to the living area on the new upper level.
The ground floor consists of the public space with ample room for entertaining, while all the private living spaces have been delegated to the second floor.
On the upper level, the master suite looks across the open space to an expansive deck.
A floating wood staircase hand-painted by artist Tess Thomas  adds more than a pop of color.
interior stairs with galaxy faux finish wall
After: the entrance foyer and stairs.
Before: the entrance foyer and stairs.
The status of the salvage floorboards as an historical found object is further challenged by their use to clad the modern, open-riser staircase that connects the second and third floors.
The open staircase brightens the space and makes it feel spacious and beautiful.
View from back to front of house.
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Foyer 01
Foyer 02
Who doesn't want a house with a Rock Garden Grotto in the entry?? It used to have a waterfall feature- who will make it work again?
Concrete and timber meet again on the stairs that lead to the upper level.
Entry/Foyer
Living room space, integrated between a horizontal relation of external areas.

Whether grand and sweeping, rendered in wood, or a minimalist arrangment of metal and glass, the modern staircase is an example of literally elevated design. With its strong, geometric shape and functional importance, a masterful staircase can serve as the centerpiece of a building. Below are some notable examples of staircases that refuse to be ignored, and the creative tread and railing decisions that comprise them.