Working with Wood Stain

Choosing the proper color stain for your wooden stair treads is one detail you do not want to overlook in your design. Choosing the right type of wood stain will create the look you desire and bring your overall design into fruition. Whether you are matching color stain or creating contrasting elements, the possibilities are endless when creating custom designs.

MATCHING WOOD STAIN

When creating a coherent staircase design, matching the existing wood stain to the new wooden treads can create a clean, seamless look to your overall design. Coordinating the existing hard wood floors to match the new wood treads allow for all of the other spaces to tie in together beautifully.

Floating Staircase with White Oak Wood & StarFire Glass Railings Glass railings continue onto the second floor guardrail. Stainless Steel Rod Railings were installed on this Center Beam Staircase.


CREATING CONTRAST WITH WOOD STAIN

In other custom staircase designs, we have utilized the choice of wood stain to create a dramatic contrasting element to the overall aesthetic. In one residential home, a light color wood stain was chosen to contrast against matte black elements, creating a dramatic contrasting effect overall. A dark color stain can also create a similar affect when combined with light colored flooring or walls. The element of contrast can create a dramatic effect to any design.

Frame-less Glass Railings Featuring Floating Wood Treads with Open Risers Matte Black Walnut Treads Feature Built in LED Lights

When creating any custom design, never hesitate to think outside of the box. As we always say, design is in the details!

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