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Spiral Stairs
   

S122. Westcliffe, Colorado Cabin Remodel
This is the smallest code conforming spiral we make. It is 68" out to out diameter.

S121. Westcliffe, Colorado Cabin Remodel
Test fit for the segmented rail sections for a circular opening before shipping.

S120. Westcliffe, Colorado Cabin Remodel
The customer picked up the spiral stair and rail for his remote cabin.

S119. Schroon Lake, New York Ski & Lake Cabin
68" diameter code conforming classic spiral with optional flare root base for a year-round cabin getaway on Schroon Lake, New York.

S118. Schroon Lake, New York Ski & Lake Cabin
Code requires a minimum 26" clear between column and rail/balusters.

S117. Schroon Lake, New York Ski & Lake Cabin
This code conforming 1-7/8" rail has almost 2" extra to meet the 26" minimum code.

S116. Pawhuska, Oklahoma Rustic Spiral
Hand harvested optional flare root base Ponderosa Pine center column.

S115. Pawhuska, Oklahoma Rustic Spiral
Safe and sound off the mountain and into the kiln for a month.

S114. Pawhuska, Oklahoma Rustic Spiral
Solid breadboard style, parallelogram shape step up landing for the second floor.

S113. Pawhuska, Oklahoma Rustic Spiral
Shop photo: landing cut off, post and rake guard rail section test fit prior to shipping.

S112. Pawhuska, Oklahoma Rustic Spiral
Optional flair root newel post scribed into first tread for 4-3/8" space stair only code.

S111. Pawhuska, Oklahoma Rustic Spiral
Code conforming space between balusters for 4-3/8" stair only sphere code.

S110. Pawhuska, Oklahoma Installed Rustic Spiral
Never mind that buffalo check out the step up skew landing used for added head room from the ceiling allowing the spiral to be closer to the wall.

S109. Pawhuska, Oklahoma Installed Rustic Spiral
Looking down on the 58 inch out to out diameter. Built for clearance between handrail and existing opening.

S108. Pawhuska, Oklahoma Installed Rustic Spiral
I applaud the contractor who installed this spiral and made a perfect ceiling cut onsite.

S107. Sedona, Arizona Spiral
Looking down on the 55-3/8" out to out diameter. Built for clearance between handrail and existing opening.

S106. Sedona, Arizona Spiral
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his is a custom built 55-3/8" diameter spiral for an existing opening. The spiral replaced the metal submarine style that was used previously.

S105. Sedona, Arizona Spiral
Loft level showing matching guardrail around existing stairwell. Custom designed to create a 110 degree (rather than 90 degree) landing for back door accessibility.

S104. Polaris, Montana Spiral
Here is a wonderful after install photo by our happy customer in Polaris, Montana.

S103. Polaris, Montana Spiral
This beautiful nighttime shot shows the warmth and accent of the different species of woods.

S102. Polaris, Montana Spiral
This shop photo shows the quarter circle landing before sanding that went with the spiral featured in the photos to the left.

S101. Lenoir, North Carolina Spiral
This owner is quite happy with her new custom spiral as she ascends during installation.

S100. Lenoir, North Carolina Spiral
After the drywall was finished, the spiral was installed with two coats of pre-applied clear finish.

S99. Lenoir, North Carolina Spiral
With the spiral, rail and support post securely in place the safe return of the rail is now accomplished.

S98. Lenoir, North Carolina Spiral
This finished photo shows the added rustic touch to this modern residence with its rustic rails.

S97. Lenoir, North Carolina Spiral
This shop photo shows the hallway side of this wonderful character flare root base center column.

S96. Lenoir, North Carolina Spiral
This shop photo shows the easy entry with all the flare and character in this 68" diameter code conforming spiral.

S95. New Brunswick Spiral
Walking down this 84" diameter custom spiral with solid recycled Douglas fir treads. See the curved and straight loft railing attached to this spiral down below in photos R5-R6.

S94. New Brunswick Spiral
Unspoiled color and charecter with natural patina from years of slowly drying this Bald Cypress column. See the curved and straight loft railing attached to this spiral down below in photos R5-R6.

S93. New Brunswick Spiral
Another view of the unspoiled color and charecter with natural patina from years of slowly drying this Bald Cypress column. See the curved and straight loft railing attached to this spiral down below in photos R5-R6.

S92. New Brunswick Spiral
Shop photo w/o finish Natural Branches precision tenon into perfectly round 3" cherry rail. See the curved and straight loft railing attached to this spiral down below in photos R5-R6.

S91. New Brunswick Spiral
Each baluster meticulously hand scraped and tenon with a precise fit into the rail in this remote cottage. See the curved and straight loft railing attached to this spiral down below in photos R5-R6.

S90. New Brunswick Spiral
Treads with class carefully & precision fit without damaging the natural patine of this column. See the curved and straight loft railing attached to this spiral down below in photos R5-R6.

S89. New Hampshire Two-Story Spiral
1st floor view of the two story spiral in this sunny tower addition.

S88. New Hampshire Two-Story Spiral
2nd floor glimps of landing and natural balusters with there awesome natural patina and matching 2" cherry  rail.

S87. New Hampshire Two-Story Spiral
3rd floor: the top of this ponderosa pine column (color is from the fungus that killed this tree) use 99% standing dead material.

S86. Sacramento, California Spiral
This vacation rental home boasts one of our Classic spirals to the office area.

S85. Sacramento, California Spiral
Adding just the right rustic touch with a 68" diameter compact foot print.

S84. Sacramento, California Spiral
Unique with its step up 4" solid landing into the plush carpeted bird nest office.

S83. Creede, Colorado Spiral
This view shows the pleasant dissent from the upper loft area and the custom triangular breadboard style landing.

S82. Creede, Colorado Spiral
This upper flare allows easier access to the loft area while still maintaining easy access at the first level.

S81. Creede, Colorado Spiral
This 52" diameter petite Classic spiral blends nicely in this hundred year old cabin.

S80. Creede, Colorado Spiral
This is the smallest spiral we've made yet it has a 52 inch diameter! Built special for a safer access to the kids loft and replaced the ladder style stair.

S79. Evansville, Indiana Spiral
These bear prints are individually made by hand. Although smaller than the actual carving, they closely resemble the actual prints a black bear would make.

S78. Evansville, Indiana Spiral
This photo shows the master carvers incredible craftsmanship and his focus on the details.

S77. Evansville, Indiana Spiral
This shop photo shows the bear paw full of honey and the location of where the handcarved bees will be placed on site.

S76. Evansville, Indiana Spiral
All treads were carved with bear prints starting from the lower level.

S75. Evansville, Indiana Spiral
This is the view as you walk in the front door. Amazingly, this client kept this a surprise for his wife. What a delightful moment as She came in the front door!

S74. Lincoln, Maine Spiral
A one-of-a-kind 63 inch diameter Classic spiral For a cabin in Lincoln Maine.

S73. Lincoln, Maine Spiral
This Classic spiral features a upgrade flare column and matching upgrade flare newel post.

S72. Lincoln, Maine Spiral
This view from the fireplace shows the upgrade flare newel post.

S71. Cooperstown, New York Log Spiral
A 64 inch diameter going up clockwise spiral for our new friends in Cooperstown, New York.

S70. Allenspark, Colorado Log Spiral
This is a quick shop photo of a 64" Classic spiral that had to wait for its delivery to or new friends family cabin in Allenspark, Colorado due to the historical flooding.

S69. Miami, Florida Log Spiral
With some little LED lights, this would make for a beautful sight all lit up at night!

S71. Miami, Florida Log Spiral
When you make it to the top this matching guard rail and landing greet you with there own uniqueness.

S70. Miami, Florida Log Spiral
Only this shop photo will give you this view of the wild inner twisted rail.

S69. Miami, Florida Log Spiral
This penthouse spiral sits right next to the elevator. With its appealing entry, I wonder what will be used more?

S68. Rapid City, South Dakota Spiral
The beetle kill pine landing meets up perfectly and also helps to define the element of the stair from the carpeted area.

S67. Rapid City, South Dakota Spiral
The curved railing graciously blends in with and adds a nice touch to the round spiral.

S66. Rapid City, South Dakota Spiral
This is a spiral we did for our new friends outside of Rapid City, SD! We built the spiral, they installed it and are building and installing their own railing.

S65. Dallas, Texas Spiral
Our friends are very pleased with their new Classic spiral, "Bill Schwartz is an artist, he is honest and a skilled craftsman in the art of building staircases" - Dennis

S64. Dallas, Texas Spiral
To rotate the access 45 degrees, we built a solid triangular landing for our new friends just outside of Dallas, TX.

S63. Dallas, Texas Spiral
This is the 64" diameter spiral pictured in S64 and S65 before installation. Although we ship most of our staircases, this client decided to come up for a day of skiing, shake hands, and bring his stair home!

S62. Cape Girardeau, Missouri Man Cave Spiral
This spiral we built for our new friend's man cave and was one of our most intricate spirals.

S61. Cape Girardeau, Missouri Man Cave Spiral
Our customer chose this magnificent bald cypress for its flare and wanted massive oak treads and one of a kind balusters to go with it. All together they make one beautiful spiral!

S60. Cape Girardeau, Missouri Man Cave Spiral
These tapered treads fit into tapered housing perfectly for a desirable look of weaving in and out of the flutes. Some of the housings are more than twelve inches deep!

S59. Cape Girardeau, Missouri Man Cave Spiral
Installed in this 5,000 SqFt man cave hangout for the love of their precious time for a hard working father and son.

S58. Cape Girardeau, Missouri Man Cave Spiral
What else but a hand carved raccoon from the world-renowned carver meeting and greeting you as you enter the spiral. Second is the flared first tread and railing for a more open entry.

S57. Cape Girardeau, Missouri Man Cave Spiral
"Who's there???" says the bear facing the front door with his inquisitive look. Note the hand carved bees and honeycomb at the top of the spiral.

S56. Cape Girardeau, Missouri Man Cave Spiral
Carefuly designed for the headroom code between a curved upper landing and the oak treads below perfectly achieved.

S55. Cape Girardeau, Missouri Man Cave Spiral
Gentle curving lines in the landing above designed back and forth with the owner makes for this perfect detail. What fun!

S54. Cape Girardeau, Missouri Man Cave Spiral
Matching the spiral stair case using a bald cypress log with corbels and a white oak top mantel for this massive fireplace and don't forget the bear!

S53. Dallas Arboretum Rory Meyers Children Adventure Garden Spiral
We are proud to have been chosen to build this spiral for such a wonderful project. This shop photo shows the finished eight foot diameter Bald Cypress exterior spiral rising over fifteen feet to the next level. 

S52. Dallas Arboretum Rory Meyers Children Adventure Garden Spiral
The upgrade from pine to Bald Cypress material for this spiral was silently contributed by the Schwartz family/StairMeister for a more resilient lasting work of art for many generations to enjoy. 

S51. Dallas Arboretum Rory Meyers Children Adventure Garden Spiral
This bald cypress was hand picked. It's  exact size and perfect flare at the base needed to meet the New Jersey architectural firms design criteria. Hence we nicknamed it the New Jersey spiral till the grand opening in Dallas Texas.

S50. Carbondale/Aspen, Colorado Spiral
This install photo looking down before the guard rail is installed shows one of the the matching solid 6" thick 1,000lb. landings that blend into the hand carved, almost five foot long, one piece treads.

S49. Carbondale/Aspen, Colorado Spiral
This view looking up shows how the landings and treads are tightly housed more than three inches into the tree/column to meet part of the engineering for this incredibly solid stair.

S48. Carbondale/Aspen, Colorado Spiral
From the woods in the southern Midwest the start of our biggest spiral for a remodel near Aspen Colorado. This massive Bald Cypress over 34" diameter 40' long 12,000LB tree is our center column.

S47. Bowling Green, Kentucky Spiral
This Classic spiral is built with wider treads to access a children's playroom and also has an optional Flared Root base.

S46. Bowling Green, Kentucky Spiral
To solve headroom issues with the loft ceiling we made this unique custom step down landing with matching dovetail balusters.

S45. Bowling Green, Kentucky Spiral
Also, for the children, we designed a gentler rise of 7-9/16" per step instead of the typical 8-1/2" average for spirals.

S44. Spiral
This custom spiral features Adirondack style railing. The spiral itself is built to fit tight to a 61-3/4" diameter 1/2 round wall with the first two treads outside the 1/2 round with a finish floor to floor height of 107-1/16" with a gentle rise per tread of 8-1/4".

S43. Spiral
The meticulous and clean hand peeling brings out the warm color of theses laurel branches.The balusters are not simply finish nailed or drywall screwed together. They are tenon into the rail along with assisted modern fastening techniques.

S42. Spiral
Included was a solid 34" x 34" x 4-1/2" thick matching upper landing and a section of upper matching guard rail.

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S41. Three Story Spiral - Section 1
What do these three flights of stairs have in common?
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S40. Three Story Spiral - Section 2
...They all have the same column!
S39. Three Story Spiral - Section 3
Having this three story spiral in three sections makes for an easy install with the roof on.
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S38. Greenville, Mississippi Spiral
Standard uniform Pine Newel Post scribed tightly into the bottom tread.
S37. Greenville, Mississippi Spiral
An optional flared root base newel post with character for our cheerful friends in Mississippi.
S36. Greenville, Mississippi Spiral
For added head room a custom landing also showing optional column extending to the ceiling.
S35. United Kingdom Spiral
This is a shop photo of one of three spirals before they flew in a jumbo jet to our friend in the United Kingdom.
S34. United Kingdom Spiral
This finished photo shows one of the other spirals installed in one of the "Tree Houses" in the Sherwood Forest.
S33. United Kingdom Spiral
This view shows a close up of the center column rising up to the ceiling as this stair makes its way to the master bedroom suite.
S32. United Kingdom Spiral
This photo shows the treads perfectly housed and securely fastened into the center column and also showing the subtle downstand detail to meet the 100mm space between tread code in the UK.
S31. United Kingdom Spiral
This alternate view shows this beautiful stair as it opens up with the clean open look of the stainless steel balusters.
S30. United Kingdom Spiral
This photo shows the let in stainless steel rib detail while walking down this beautiful spiral.
S29. Lakeland, Florida Spiral
We recently built this 91" diameter custom Spiral for our new friends in Lakeland Florida.
S28. Lakeland, Florida Spiral
We love the striking balance of the natural patina of the balusters and the hand carved beetle kill treads.
S27. Lakeland, Florida Spiral
The large custom treads make descending almost twelve feet safe and relaxing for all ages.
S26. Lakeland, Florida Spiral
Our client choose beautiful natural weathered branch for the balusters adding a rustic touch.
S25. Lakeland, Florida Spiral
We made the flair root base newel post to follow along the existing wall and match the column.
S24. Lakeland, Florida Spiral
Our clients chose larger treads with a short rise for there six kids to safely access the pool room.
S23. Side View of Spiral
This side view of the spiral shows the metal twig railing with hand forged leaves. This spiral was made to replace the existing ladder that accessed the loft.
S22. Front View of Spiral
This spiral has a 52" diameter and optional flared root base center column for our client on a quiet island in Washington.We also made a one piece custom triangular landing for easy attachment in the existing cabin.
S21. View Walking Down Spiral
This view shows that all exposed ends of the metal twig railing are to the outside of the staircase for saftey purposes.
S20. View of Metal Rail
This view shows how no two branches are the same in this finely crafted custom metal railing.
S19. Close-up of Metal Rail
This close up shows the bark effect steel and a leaf with a clear finish on the raw steel.
S18. Code Conforming
We check every aspect of our stairs to ensure that they are code conforming. This photo shows the 4" sphere test.
S17. Spiral
Log spiral stairs as a work of art – StairMeister Log Works of Ft. Lupton, CO was one of only eighty artists selected to participate in the annual Southwest Design Conference held in Santa Fe, NM.
S16. Whimsical carving detail
StairMeister Log Works is best known for the company’s log artistry, design, and creativity. An example shown here- cub paw prints leading to a custom carved bear perched atop of the center column.
S15. Custom Hand Carved Bear Focal Point With Hand Gouged Center Column
StairMeister Log Works was the only stair company in the country to appear in this event. We chose to display what the company is nationally recognized for, a one-of-a-kind spiral stair with twig rail.
S14. Our Signature Spiral Stair
A 96" diameter spiral with our hand dovetailed balusters into the treads. We can custom build any stair in 1" diameter increments.
S13. Spiral with Hammered Steel Balusters
This photo was taken while the stair was being installed. This stair has pine treads and 7/8" hammered steel balusters. As seen in the picture, we also provided the hammered steel balusters and guard rail for the loft in the house.
S12. Spiral - 72" Diameter - 12 Tread
This is a recent spiral that we completed in the fall of 2008 for our valued customers in Fox Park, Wyoming. The center column, treads and hand dovetailed balusters are made out of lodge pole pine.
S11. The “Phoenix” S-108 With Log Knee Braces
The oversized massive log steps cantilever from the center column receive additional strength in support from exquisite log knee braces.

 

S10. The Timber with Steel S-65
This spiral staircase exudes a contemporary appearance through: Douglas Fir treads, hammered steel balusters, and a top rail fashioned from cherry wood. S- cherry top rail. (As featured in LUXE magazine)
S9. The “Sun West” S-96
This stair features a grandiose flared root base center column. Also featured is a complentary curved guard rail for the round stairwell.
S8. Spiral
This outstanding one of a kind staircase in Santa Cruz is the result of the collaborative efforts set forth by an inspired architect and a team of highly skilled and imaginative log stairway building professionals.
S7. Constructed Around "Massive Redwoods"
Inspired by the grandeur of surrounding coastal Cedars and Redwoods, this staircase invites the organic sensations of nature indoors.
S6. Expansive Treads of Douglas Fir Timber
The accommodating treads, which measure nearly 2’ wide and 4’ across, are hand crafted from old growth Douglas Fir Timbers reclaimed from a 1880’s vintage railroad trestle.
S5. Ranch Spiral
StairMeister Log Works was commissioned to create a custom spiral stair to transition into a floating landing. This staircase was later featured in the tasteful “LUXE” magazine.
S4. Ranch Spiral
Another view of the previous stair pictured. This stair was built for a unique stair and situation for our clients in Silverthorne, CO.
S3. Ranch Spiral
Custom straight run into a spiral is supported by hidden steel within the stringers to keep the clean detail of the log work.  With a "Snow Man" style hand rail.
 
S2. Code Conforming 66" Diameter Custom Spiral
This spiral was custom made to fit tightly into an existing opening to meet the 1 1/2" hand rail code clearance.
S1. Stained Pine Log Railing
This guard railing was custom made to meet the California 42" minimum height code.
 
Straight Run/Hybrid Stairs    
SRH24. Dublin, Texas (near Forth Worth) Log Stair
This natural rail and post system gives this Tuscan style home a "just right" western touch.
SRH23. Dublin, Texas (near Forth Worth) Log Stair
This heart shaped character was fitting for the love of mother and daughter of there wonderful custom home.
SRH22. Dublin, Texas (near Forth Worth) Log Stair
This is a 100 series straight run for our new friends west of Fort Worth, Texas. The owner installed the 44" wide treads by herself.
SRH21. Breckenridge, CO Hybrid
This totally custom hybrid was meticulously integrated in to the existing structural post.
SRH20. Breckenridge, CO Hybrid
The outside rail transitions are safe and pleasant with plenty of room.
SRH19. Breckenridge, CO Hybrid
A mellow transition from the 45" wide straight run into a 91 3/4"diameter spiral is perfect with a gentle 6-1/4" rise per tread throughout.
SRH18. Breckenridge, CO Hybrid
The perfect cut at the top of column was made in the shop requiring no adjustment during install.
SRH17. Breckenridge, CO Hybrid
A close up of just one of the rail details, the stringers have the same detail joining existing post.
SRH16. Red Rocks Amphitheatre - Morrison, CO
This stair was handcrafted to service the trading post at the famous Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado.
SRH15. Safe and Solid Functionality
This cleaned up shop photo show a creative solution to a special and difficult situation of multiple landings at different angles.
SRH14. "Three Rivers" Hybrid
This unusual SR-330 is supported by dual flared root base posts. A thoughtful solution to a special and difficult design challenge of different floor elevations. The post to the right also supports an existing massive timber beam.
SRH13. Custom Three Tread Winder
This stair was created for our new friends near Clico, California. This stair flows gracefully into and out of the winder with SR-100 style stairs and our standard guard rail.
SRH12. Two Story Hybrid near Crested Butte, CO
This custom SR-140 straight run turns into a SP-104" diameter half spiral with steel balusters and then turns back into a 40" straight run.
SRH11. Same Hybrid Near Crested Butte
This view show the spiral treads turning 180 degrees around the center colum.
SRH10. Custom SR-140 Featured in the Previous Picture
Also featured in this stair is the 2" diameter code conforming one piece gripable rail.

SRH9. SR-200 Series in Oklahoma
This stair shows our standard guard and stair rail. It also has custom support posts that add that detail StairMeister is famous for. The open rail is for a custom metal panel and the newel posts are a character style.
SRH8. J-Stair for our Friends in Divide, CO
The upper four treads are characteristic of a straight run stair then it gracefully turns into a circular stair hence the name J-Stair.
SRH7. Another View of a Unique Situation
This shop photo shows the stair starting as a straight run and turning into a spiral with a floating landing.
SRH6. Virginia Party Barn Shop Photo
This SR100 photo shows how we preassemble each stair and make final finish cuts in our shop saving onsite assembly time. Then each part is carefully disassemble and package for shipping.
SRH5. Virginia Party Barn During Construction
This SR100 photo shows how perfect measuring onsite by the contractor makes for a perfect fit of all components ensuring a simple and beautiful installation for them.
SRH4. Virginia Party Barn During Construction
This photo shows how perfect measuring onsite by the contractor makes for a perfect fit of all components ensuring a simple and beautiful installation for them.
SRH3. Grand Mesa Colorado Hybrid
This Hybrid stair integrated into the timber frame dream home starting with ten straight run treads winding into three spiral treads turning to follow the roof line with four more straight run treads.
SRH2. Grand Mesa Colorado Hybrid
Working within fixed parameters of an already built structure led to unique, but still safe transitions in style of this stair and its handrail where only the cantilever spiral treads would allow enough headroom for the existing stair below.
SRH1. Grand Mesa Colorado Hybrid
This photo shows the code conforming continuous hand rail making these very unique transitions yet comfortable and safe. The ends of the outer stringers will house into existing timbers in this timber frame home.
Circular Stairs    
C15. A Beautiful "C" Series near Boulder, CO
Perfectly integrated into the surrounding architecture, this spectacular log and timber "C" series is made with reclaimed Douglas Fir stringers and spruce treads and pine balusters creating a striking contrast between wood species.
C14. Custom Hand Made Leather
For an added artisan touch, each step is covered with a decorative hand tooled leather cap.
C13. One of a Kind Design and Craftsmanship
Creating a one-of-a-kind curved, custom wood staircase is what has earned StairMeister Log Works national acclaim.
C12. A Two Story Millennium
This expansive two story circular log staircase is a refreshing and progressive example of artistic functionality incorporating helical design crafting technology.
C11. Custom Log Railing
StairMeister Log Works was commissioned to design, craft, and install this giant, custom log staircase within a unique entertainment sanctuary; an elegant, rustic barn located in beautiful rural Connecticut.
C10. Custom Two Story Log Staircase
A log staircase that serves as the main focal point of the barn’s interior while graciously satisfying its primary function in granting generous access to three floors of the multilevel structure.
C9. Looking Down Custom Stair Featured Above
This two story millenium looks great from all angles in this finely crafted structure.
C8. Striking Contrast
The Douglas Fir stringer and hand rail create a striking contrast to the pine log steps and the beautiful character posts add a lot to the stair.
C7. The "C" Series
This shop photo of "C" Series is located near Payson, Arizona. This stair had laminated pine stringers, balusters, and code conforming graspable rail.
C6.J-Stair Custom Built for our Friends in Divide,CO
The upper four treads are characteristic of a straight run stair then it gracefully turns into a circular stair hence the name J-Stair.
C5. The “Big Foot” C-Series
This free standing circular staircase was dubbed the “Big Foot” because of its massive base acting as the staircase’s singular point of support.
C4. Code Conforming Circular Stair
This code conforming circular stair was constructed for our clients in Quitman, Arkansas.
C3. Arkansas Dream Before Delivery Photo:
This "C" series for our happy and wonderful clients in Quitman, Arkansas was built to their precise measurements then was assembled and glued up in one piece for delivery.
C2. Arkansas Dream After Install Photo:
Great Job Guys! When installed this stair fit with now more than 1/8" between the stair and the perfect wall framing.
C1. Arkansas Dream After Install Photo:
Our stair sets the theme for the home as soon as you walk in the front door.
Log & Timber Accents    
LT3. Structural Truss
This truss is made out of recycled douglas fir for a front entry way.
LT2. Log and Timber Accents
We also provide log and timber structural recycled douglas fir beams that are supported by pine posts. All are built with traditional timber frame joinery.
LT1. Structural Elements add Detail
These post and beam elements are integrated into a standard frame structure.
Railing    
R6. New Brunswick Curved Rail
The curved rail section of the staircase pictured in S90-S95 above puts the icing on the cake!
R5. New Brunswick Straight Rail
The loft balcony railing matches the staircase pictured in S90-S95 above but with a 4 inch diameter Cherry top rail for added strength.
R4. Rustic Rail
Natural cedar balusters with uniform beetle kill pine railings . With natural 6 Inch Diameter pine Post left side. larger Natural 7 1/2 inch diameter right side.
R3. Rustic Rail
This close-up gives you a good idea of the natural character and color of those beautiful Aromatic red Cedar Balusters. Yet the uniform Pine hand peeled rail gives The railing a clean slick element of contrast.
R2. Rustic Rail
This view shows how there are no projections into the room for safety. Nothing to snag your clothes on or for horsing around kids to get poked.
R1.Rustic Rail
This interior rail with uniform beetle kill pine top and bottom rails And rustic Cedar balusters. Beautiful natural washed cedar with hand peeled rails It's a nice complement with the two different woods. $155.00 PLF.

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