Depending on the design you are looking for, we have several options available. From traditional to transitional, we can give your stair that little something extra to bring it all together and give it the distinctive style that makes it yours.
When you look at the anatomy of a stair, the stringer is kind of like the spine of the stair, it’s what holds everything together. Depending on the design you are looking for, there are several options available to suit your own personal style. From a mono stringer for a more modern flair to an open cut for a more traditional feel we can customize your stair to fit you. Below you will find an assortment of photos that show various options and details such as stair back panels, stringer brackets etc. to help with the creative process of building your dream stair.
Tread and Riser Details
Treads and risers come in various shapes and styles as well. There is the more modern slab tread and open riser that gives your stair a more open look, or waterfall treads and risers that can be used in a box stair to give it a more modern flair. Then there is the traditional bullnose tread as well as other various custom tread profiles and cove trims that can be used in a variety of stairs from traditional to transitional and can give your stair that little something extra to bring it all together and give it the distinctive style that makes it yours.
"I hired Lake Shore Stair to remodel the old drywall staircase wall in the entry of my client's home. They removed the 1/2 walls and installed metal balusters and wood rails. What a transformation! It immediately opened the entry space and made it look truly elegant. I have been working with Lake Shore Stair for over 15 years, having them install custom staircases for our business. They do a wonderful job and are very reliable!
-- Patty Kozar Artisan Home and Design, May 2015 --