Unfortunately, the condition of the original stairs was such that the stairs themselves could not be repaired, but the original configuration was kept intact and the original curved handrail was able to be salvaged. The new iron railing was "built around" the original banister.
A modern catwalk provides a path through the upper story of this light-filled home. Large expanses of glass bring in loads of natural light, casting interesting shadows against sleek stone walls. A slatted wood ceiling adds interest, as well as an organic element that helps connect the house to its natural surroundings.
This unique penthouse includes the three top floors of its building and houses four bedrooms, three bathrooms and multiple living areas. Here, wrought-iron railings give graceful flourish to the staircase.
This entry stairway skillfully blends the look of the home's sleek Mediterranean exterior with its contemporary coastal interior. The gorgeous wrought iron railing — a nod to Mediterranean style — boasts a clean, slim silhouette that looks current and contemporary. Crisp white walls complete the design with a bright, breezy and beach-like feel.
This classic staircase features dark hardwood treads paired with white risers and woven natural fiber runner. A wrought iron railing adds a traditional finish, while an arched doorway just underneath the stairs offers a peek at the nearby kitchen.
This home's black wrought iron railing and banister enhance the entryway without blocking the look of the brick exterior and columned front porch. The porch, which has a curved portico, was created by Atlanta Decking & Fence.
Black framework creates a beautiful contemporary look over the neutral stucco and brick of this home exterior. A spacious and relaxing balcony acts as a cover over the ground level porch creating open and covered outdoor sitting space. A line of shrubbery borders the sidewalk to mark the home perimeter.
A maple and iron staircase leads to the entrance of the loft area of HGTV Green Home 2011. A driftwood sawhorse table greets below a column of three colorful Yupo paper paintings. Two contemporary buffet lamps provide plenty of light in the space.
A penthouse in the Greenwich Village neighborhood of New York City features an 860-square-foot wraparound terrace. The warm natural tones of the furnishings contrast nicely with the abstract neutral architectural palette while a bright blue table centers this lounge area and takes full advantage of skyline views.
Black framework supports the open staircase design. Wrought iron railing compliments the black frame and the unique curvature of the rods add natural decoration to the minimalist design. Wood steps feature sharp lines while the wood handrail is rounded for a softer finish.