Another finished project! We love how this modern staircase made with Hard Maple open stringers and Iron balusters turned out! Interested in a similar style staircase for your home? The following parts were used to create this beautiful staircase:
- Hard Maple Open Stringers
- Hard Maple Stair Treads
- Hard Maple Wood Handrail
- Hard Maple Modified Box Newel Posts
- Iron Balusters
Shop Stair Parts Products for this Modern Staircase with Hard Maple Open Stringers and Iron Balusters Project
Stair stringers and skirt boards are manufactured in standard 3/4″ thickness as well as 1″, 2″ and 3″ thick and any other size you like. Any wood stringer thicker than 1-3/4″ will require face gluing. The typical number of laminates required for S4S hardwood boards, will be close to 1″ to reach the required thickness. A 3″ thick board, will be 3 plys. Our color match is the best in the industry. Most wood species will require edge gluing to meet the width of the board. This revolves around the width of the currently available lumber. S4S hardwood boards are available in any thickness and width. All wood species are sanded and reading for finishing.
Wood Stair Treads
Wood stair treads are offered in a standard 1-1/32″ finished thickness after surfacing and sanding. Extra thick hardwood stair treads for open rise staircases are available in any thickness. The most popular over sized wood tread sizes are 1-3/4″ and 2″ thick. We have produced treads as thick as 4″. Any stair tread thicker than 1-3/4″ will require face glue lamination(s) to meet the desired finished dimension.
Box Newel Plain 4375
4-3/4″ x 62″ Plain Box Newel. This box newel post has a 4-3/4″ straight shaft with no base block. This box newel post can be made with no lower trim or no trim at all.
Plain 1/2″ Square Iron Baluster
Plain square bar iron balusters are 1/2″ thick x 44″ long.
Bending Wood Handrail 6210
6210B Bending Hardwood Handrail is 2-5/8 inch wide X 2-3/8 inch high and is bendable to a maximum of a 4 foot radius. The 6210 bending handrail profile has no finger joints. Made in the USA.