Catching up, stairs

Steven is back from a week away at the Consumer Electronics Show. He walked Emerald Hill today with Jacquela.

Steven observes: Ron put in a productive week, playing in the house without Steven underfoot …

Above, the metal handrail is installed at the stairwell. And the balusters are going in.

This vantage is just so cool that it's worth repeating without the "featured image" overlay that obscures part of the bottom of the photo above. The inspiration for this was a photo Steven found of a stairway in a remodel. The metal balusters ensure safety; they look like jail-cell bars, but, compared with a conventional approach of wood railings and Newell post, the vertical metal web opens the entry space wide. And it's DRAMATIC!
This vantage is just so cool that it’s worth repeating without the “featured image” overlay that obscures part of the bottom of the photo above. The inspiration for this was a photo Steven found of a stairway in a remodel. The metal balusters ensure safety; they look like jail-cell bars, but, compared with a conventional approach of wood railings and Newell post, the vertical metal web opens the entry space wide. And it’s DRAMATIC!
Looking up to the second floor from the stair landing, handrail and balusters in place.
Looking up to the second floor from the stair landing, handrail and balusters in place.
Baluster installation is not yet complete.
Baluster installation is not yet complete.
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