Stair Designed With Found Driftwood

Stair design in the Florida Keys has never looked as good as this. A residential project located in Cudjoe Key, Florida (15 miles North of Key West) was transformed from a quaint 1500 squarefoot vacation home to a luxurious 2500+ square foot oceanfront oasis.

Part of the scope of work was a new wood staircase with low-iron glass railing. A mixture of wood and stainless steel elements was a part of the overall execution of the stair design. Bella Stairs played a key role in the development of structural design and aesthetic qualities. By teaming up with the carpenter on site, a uniquely constructed and polished staircase was erected, resulting in the finished product you see below.

The landing support is a 10 foot long driftwood/log the homeowners/contractors found 60 miles offshore in the Atlantic ocean. Other parts of the log were recycled into coffee and end tables in the living room.

View of stairs in relation to the room Bottom of stairs Driftwood support
Glass railing on landing Steel handrail Detail of steel handrail
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