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26 01, 2018

Tuscan Staircases and Wrought Iron Railings

Tuscany, located in central Italy, is a gorgeous region known for its numerous contributions to Renaissance art and architecture. Considering the region’s beauty and flair for design, it is no surprise that many of our customers seek to enhance their luxury homes with Tuscan staircases.

This week, we share an overview of Tuscan design and […]

19 01, 2018

Blending Wrought Iron Railings and Wood Staircases

Wrought iron railings are one of our most popular product offerings.  Sophisticated and refined, wrought iron handrail systems can be beautifully paired with wooden staircases for a unique look.

This week, we share several of our wooden staircases with wrought iron railings.

Our first featured project is a beautiful blend of modern and rustic. The simple, […]

11 01, 2018

Stair Design Photo of the Month- Southern Flared Staircase

Thank you to all who participated in our latest stair design photo of the month competition. For the third consecutive month, our winning stair design comes from the state of South Carolina. This unique project is a flared staircase designed and constructed for a bed and breakfast in Rembert, just east of Columbia, SC.

This […]

5 01, 2018

Mission Style Staircase Design

Closely associated with the American Arts and Crafts movement, the mission style staircase features simple horizontal and vertical lines, conveying a solid, handcrafted look. The design movement originated in the late 19th century when people sought a shift from the popular, highly elaborate Victorian styles of the time.

Casual, comfortable, and simple, mission style designs […]

29 12, 2017

Are You Attending IBS 2018 in Orlando?

We are excited to announce that our team will be exhibiting at IBS 2018, the National Association of Home Builders International Builders’ Show. Known as the “largest annual light construction show in the world,” the conference has a history of drawing more than 60,000 visitors from 100 countries each year. The 2018 show, the […]

15 12, 2017

Top Benefits of Custom Stair Design

A custom stair design can truly take a home or commercial space to a new level. A beautifully designed staircase and handrail system serves as a focal point for a residential or commercial space. The system offers both functionality and aesthetics as a combination of an architectural element and a permanent piece of furniture.

While […]

10 12, 2017

Stair Design Photo of the Month: Coastal Exterior Stair

We are excited to share our latest winning Stair Design Photo of the Month, a stunning exterior staircase created submitted by our Coastal Carolina team. This stair was created for a home on Kiawah Island, a barrier island located just south of Charleston, South Carolina. Thank you to all who voted for this unique […]

24 11, 2017

Top 3 Reasons to Consider a Spiral Staircase

Spiral staircases offer many benefits in terms of both aesthetics and functionality. This week, we discuss several of the top reasons our customers love incorporating spiral stairs into their commercial and residential spaces.
Small Footprint to Maximize Your Space
Customers seeking options to maximize their floor space and maintain an open floor plan often turn to […]

17 11, 2017

What Sets Our Custom Stairs Apart?

Partnering with an experienced, trustworthy custom stairs provider is key to ensuring success in any residential or commercial build. With design aesthetics, timeliness, compliance, and safety/quality at the forefront, it is essential to select a staircase company with a depth of industry expertise and talent – across both the design and operations teams.

Our team […]

10 11, 2017

Happy Veterans Day: Commercial Stairs for the Army-Navy Club

This week, as we celebrate Veterans Day and share our gratitude for the sacrifices made by members of our armed forces, we are excited to feature one of our signature projects:  commercial stairs designed for the Army-Navy Clubhouse in Arlington, Virginia.

Thank you to all who serve and have served.

In honor of Veterans Day, we […]