A New Jersey homeowner caught the vision of renovating their standard house into an ideal modern industrial themed home.
Their architect’s design specified a double mono-stringer staircase with butcher block wood treads. The modern stair design specified for the rise and run to be cut into the iron stair stringer. We utilized 2” x 12” x ¼” flat bar to make it look like a solid Iron stair stinger.
The wood treads were done in a 3 ½” thick butcher block style tread out of a stunning white oak wood. These chunky treads were secured from the bottom so that all fasteners were hidden, leaving a seamless and professional look.
This floating staircase installation was incredibly challenging as everything had to be hand carried up the stairs and through this row home. Then everything was hoisted into the correct position without the assistance of any heavy equipment. The result was well worth the hard work and effort put into it.
This modern butcher block staircase and cable railing is a compliment to the client and architect’s design vision and will serve them well in this newly renovated upscale NJ townhome.