191 Staircase Wood Tread Wood Railing Design Photos And Ideas

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.
From the living lounge, wooden stairs lead up to the bedrooms.
A succulent wall adds texture and greenery to the home.
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.
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.
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.
View from back to front of house.
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A stair element extends the circulation condition at the end of the hall where the front cellular rooms expand into new rear interior spaces
The largest single piece of steel in the staircase is 17 feet long and 10 feet tall.
Assembled from 5/8” thick plate steel with white oak treads, the staircase took eight months to fabricate, assemble, and paint.
The staircase of the main house.
The Lego stair as a growing playground
With an assist from preservation expert Lotte Van Hemelrijck, architect Thomas van Looij led the restoration, which included refinishing  or replacing a wall of sun-damaged Wenge wood panels.
The split-level home opens to a glimpse of the breathtaking view.
The eye-shaped hole of the stairs volume
View of the stairs leading to the attic
A double-height entryway features both stairs and an elevator which lead to the elevated main level. The stairway design echoes the exterior siding.
Open wood stairs allow light to pass between levels.
Duratherm windows paint the black brick wall of the staircase with sunlight.
Hope restyled the interiors to give the property an honest, contemporary feel.
stair with storage units below
"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.
Stair detail with curios and plants.  White oak and steel.
A 14 Series pendant by Omer Arbel for Bocci hangs in the stairwell. The desk at the window was designed by the architects.
An intricately detailed staircase leads to the central wing’s second level. Its walnut treads and top rail harmonize with the welded steel rod railings. The geometric pattern on the staircase’s risers comes from encaustic tiles that were handmade in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
Bedrooms suites are located in five traditional Javanese bungalows that are spread throughout the lush property.
Set among fields along the south facing coast of Long Island and within a short walk to the ocean, this Hamptons residence is a quiet refuge for a growing family.    Architect Bohlin Cywinski Jackson says that “a suspended bridge spans through the double-height space, connecting second story volumes at varying levels and inclining upward and terminating at either end in an open staircase.”
A cedar screen adds an openness to the staircase.
Laboring over every material and line, this project is the result of rigorous design and planning with the clients. With a constant requirement for precision, the joinery and timing of materials throughout the home create clean, harmonic spaces that carry one throughout the home. Celebrating a truth in materials, white walls highlight the wide variety of finishes including clear timber, sandstone, marble, cork, concrete, and steel.
The striking interior stair was originally designed as a light well to filter light from above deep into the interior space.
Staircase
Despite its dark and boxy exterior, the house's interior is bright, naturally lit, and spacious. Adjaye, a master of the well-placed window, is in top form here. The staircase ascends toward sunlight.
Though all the plants are mundane home-center varieties, they grow to uncanny heights in the moist, sunny environment.
Stairs to the upper level.
Thanks to the crisp neutral shade, the staircase carries light from floor to floor.
The stair features custom installations by lighting designer Johanna Grawunder. When turned off, the panels appear as mirrors; when on, reflecting LED lights, giving the twisted stair forms an exaggerated “funhouse-like” effect.
The walnut staircase and slide in a Chicago town house leads from the main level to the basement. To protect people on the ride down, a “crash pad” fashioned from a standard gymnastic mat covers the wall at the slide’s base.
Western Red Cedar naturally resists rot, decay, and insects. Architect Jeff Jordan also chose to leave the wood unfinished, a prominent part of the house’s look.
The bridge allows light to flow down to the space linking the old and new sections on the first floor.
A staircase leads to a bridge linking the upper wing.
Near the front door, charred oak treads float on a blackened steel stringer to the master suite and on to the roof.

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.