Becki Owens Beach Front Project / Rebekah Westover Photography
Staircases are often a major feature of an entry. It this is the case in your home, your staircase is one of the first things that greets your guests and sets the tone for your home’s design. If yours is outdated or not your style, today’s Transformation Tuesday is for you. From DIY improvements to major overhauls, today’s post is all about ways to revamp your staircase and railing to get the look you want. Take a peek!
Paint is an easy and affordable way to transform any space. We love the evolution of this staircase. Because the organge-toned wood was not the look Whitney Utesch of Carpendaught was after, she originally painted this staircase black and white. We shared it here. A few years later and her style involved into something more subtle and warm. We love this recent makeover with it’s sophisticated and on-trend pairing of white, taupe, and wood.
Switch out the Balusters
Although we didn’t want to loose all the Old World character of our Torina project, the baluster’s iron scrolls were too ornate for our client’s aesthetic. Keeping all the origional woodwork but switching out the balusters saved a lot of money but created a whole new look.
Update your Wood
Wood stairs are beautiful and high end. If your stairs are carpeted, consider removing old carpet and updating with wood. If your stairs are already wood, but in a dated style or wood tone, a wood makeover can revamp your look. Light wood and clean lines are a pretty update.
Invest in a Whole New Design
If your staircase revamp is part of a larger remodel, sometimes it makes sense to just start fresh to ensure you get the look you really want. We love this modern transformation with floating risers. It’s a statement maker.
Thanks for stopping by today! For more inspiration, check out our entire Transformation Tuesday series.