New Home Staircase Styles and Ideas
Staircase Options for Your Custom Home
Staircases are often visible from the foyer, so you'll want to make a good first impression with your staircase design choices.
Check out these popular custom home staircase styles, from traditional to craftsman, wrought iron and more.
Most staircases are carpeted.
This wide-step staircase is set to the side of the open Foyer, with wrought-iron balusters and oak handrails that further extend the spacious feel.
A staircase can be designed to be open and inviting, particularly when the staircase is part of a two-story or vaulted Great Room or Family Room.
The iron balusters add touch of elegance and permanence to this staircase.
A newel is the "anchor" post, the main column that supports the handrail.
Newels can be custom designed for the homebuyer by the trim carpenters or staircase specialists.
Newels can be boxy or round, small or large.
Pictured here is a Stanton Home with box newel posts in a post-to-post staircase system.
An interesting newel can really change the look and feel of your staircase.
This custom home features a craftsman style staircase with a box newel post system.
Craftsman staircases are simplistic and timeless.
Craftsman style homes are favored by those who enjoy clean lines and solid structures, with a sense of elegance.
Open Tread Staircases
On an Open Tread Staircase, balusters are placed directly into the top of the stairway treads, as pictured here.
Alternating baskets with standard balusters adds visual detail and avoids monotony.
A typical oak newel post supports the oak handrail.
The opposite of an Open Tread Staircase is a Kneewall Staricase.
In this Kneewall Staircase, the balusters are installed into the closed stringer.
Over The Post Staircases
This Over the Post staircase features Volute style posts with delicate, intricate wrought iron details.
A Volute post spirals at the bottom of the stairway. These posts require a starting step.
With a multitude of options, the staircases in your new home can truly reflect your own personality.
Contact us about the home you have in mind, and ideas for your Raleigh Custom Home staircase. We can work with you to modify nearly any floorplan to incorporate your unique style and needs.
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