07 Jan. 2012|
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The cattle-car railing will soon be replaced with a wooden banister and I’ll be free to beautify the stairs with paint or stain or carpet. My husband and I ripped the carpet off our our stairs and we could not be happier with the result!
I just completed redoing our back entryway and painted the stairs going up to our kitchen and the stairs going down to the basement. Funny I found this post (I am becoming a follower TODAY!) because we just stained our stairs black THIS WEEKEND!
I love a painted staircase and was thinking of doing the same thing to our basements stairs.
We live in a 160 year old home and our stairs are the first thing you see when you enter the house (other than the dust and dirt on the floor). Marvelous Staircases In Houses Featuring Unfinished Wooden Staircase With Natural Wooden Handrail And Black Fabric Sofa Plus Black Melamine Bar Stool Together With Unfinished Wooden Kitchen Cabinet With White Stained Wood On Top And Also Unfinished Wooden Kitchen Island With White Stained Wood On Top Complete With Using By Breakfast Nook Plus Unfinished Wooden Wall Mounted Kitchen Storage Also Wall Mounted Fireplace. Mostly because we have started to finish our basement and the staircase looks like this right now. I need to redo them because of some rambuncious puppies learning to use the stairs-but they are so easy to clean. Sweet Staircases In Houses Feature Unfinished Wooden Staircase With Black Stained Iron Handrail And Light Grey Fabric Sofa Plus White Fabric Chair Together With Wall Mounted Fireplace As Well As Wall Mounted Black Tv Plus Ceiling Fan And Also Grey Carpet As Well As Dark Brown Stained Cabinet And Grey Marble Floor.
They still have tiny globs of padding in places, a few staples here and there on the risers (not where anyone would step on them). They are pine with rounded treads and are on the rustic side due to all the staples holes, gouges, knots, nail holes and 30 years of wear.