Archived Report - Abandoned Mansion, Egypt - Jan 2009
Dr. Oliver Bronson House, Hudson, New York, built 1812 in Federal style for Samuel Plumb, the house and grounds were reworked 1839-1849 by architect Alexander Jackson Davis. Source: Remodelista.
Inspired by a Japanese tonsu chest, these stairs replaced a dangerous set of spiral metal stairs. Totally functional; reinforced where necessary with steel. Natural cherry with handforged hardware by Morrell Metalsmiths, Colrain, Massachusetts.
awesome stairs storage...doing this!!
Pinning for the fifth pic. I wonder if a whole Tiny House bathroom could be tucked under a set of real stairs without being too weird? Let's face it, every time I start fantasizing about stairs in a Tiny House it is a warning it has been too long since I've been in one. Most of them are way to freaking tiny for anything resembling stairs.
Love the use of such a small space!
Peleş Castle, Sinaia, Muntenia, Romania
Why waste a perfectly good space by closing it off with a wall? Basement nook for reading or relaxing