517 Staircase Wood Tread Design Photos And Ideas

The XXX square-foot terrace is just one room wide at the front with a compact courtyard at the rear.
The eye-shaped hole of the stairs volume
View of the stairs leading to the attic
The wood floors, white walls, and fresh pastille colored furniture and fabrics imbue the space with a cheerful Mediterranean atmosphere.
The room can be divided in two using full-height, bi-fold doors that sweep across the polished concrete floor as this photograph shows.
A vast, well-lit single space, the ground-floor room is currently used a workspace, but it could be adapted for other purposes.
The interplay of light and shadow draws you into the home.
Open wood stairs allow light to pass between levels.
Operable and fixed windows frame views and encourage cross ventilation. “I wanted to work within the limits of ordinary wood construction,” Mohamed says, “so it was a question of how big an opening we could make with wood.” The Kao suspension light is by Bruno Houssin for Artemide.
Duratherm windows paint the black brick wall of the staircase with sunlight.
A view from the upstairs.
Hope restyled the interiors to give the property an honest, contemporary feel.
"We wanted it to be precision made with industrial materials, but to have an etherial iridescence that was soft to the touch. Through a long process of research and development with the fabricators, we created a finish that would do just this," says Ulanowski.
Concrete and timber meet again on the stairs that lead to the upper level.
stair with storage units below
new bridge and hangout space above
Pine stairs lead to the second floor bathroom and bedroom.
DA Residence by deDraft
DA Residence by deDraft
DA Residence by deDraft
View across the first floor
Potrero Residence Stair
The staircase space, darker, marks a pause at the passage of the two bright levels.
White oak staircase
The stair up and down next to the 3 story book shelf
A floating staircase leads up from the common area to the bedrooms.
Intricately-detailed stairs climb the tower, moving from exterior to interior and from more enclosed to more open spaces.
The use of mirrors, natural materials, and the sloped wall covered in shingles give the sense of indoor/outdoor living all throughout the home.
The white treads are edged in aluminum.
The staircase, which leads up to the loft, has been made from a huge maple log scraped of its bark and cut to hold a series of white treads.
"As soon as you walk in the front door, your eye is drawn to the circular skylight above, which casts directed light to the open stairs below," explains Modscape.
Open-riser stairs lead up to the master suite.
The staircase ascents to the bright and spacious upper level, which features high-vaulted ceilings.
The material palette of oak, birch plywood, and oiled pine—combined with the polished concrete floor—add a textural richness to the space.
The pink staircase links the common areas in the lower level with the master bedroom above.
Natural light and outdoor views are invited in throughout the home.
A single roof connects the concrete volumes.
The upper level features long, black metal cladding and a series of glazed links.
Previously located in the kitchen, the staircase was moved to the space opposite the dining area, and was opened up with a delicate metal railing.
Interior View
Interior View
Upon entering the large glass French doors, one enters a living room with a spa-like bathroom to the left, and a drop-down galley kitchen on the right. A table and chairs slide out from the stairs to create a dining nook.
A floating staircase leads up to the bedrooms on the upper level.
Accoya ¬¬– a durable acetylated sustainably grown softwood ¬¬– was used as tongue-and- groove cladding on the walls and soffits, for fencing and screens, and on the interior as ceilings and stair guardrails.
"I wanted polarity between the skin—the solid, pure form—and for human interaction, I wanted warmth," says Christoph Kaiser. After bidding out millwork for an estimated $60,000, Kaiser decided to complete the work himself with the help of his neighbors.

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.