Published at Tuesday, December 10th 2019, 01:55:03 AM by Margret Noll. Attic Stairs. For example – a contemporary spiral staircase has a great visual appeal and can be a focal point in a room. An advantage of spiral staircases is that they may be very compact and even when positioned in a corner, their attractive appearance is noticeable. Stationary attic stairs work with any design style – from rustic to contemporary – and are a good choice when you want to make a statement or create a visual accent in the interior design.
Published at Friday, November 22nd 2019, 17:20:46 PM. calvert By Gertraud Wittmann. Wood or plywood is a great material for staircases, it makes any space cozier and comfier and you can easily construct such a staircase. If you think that a wooden staircase will take a lot of space, you are wrong, you can make a super space-efficient and narrow stairs even with storage: with cubbies and drawers inserted into it. There are also modern options with triangular-shaped steps that look very original.
Published at Friday, November 22nd 2019, 17:19:00 PM. closet to By Hans Jürgen. Have a problem installing extra stairs for the attic room? Try collapsible wooden stairs. These stairs have a foldable design that will automatically come down when you pull the attic door string. The design is great for a narrow hallway because it is not immediately visible save for the attic door pull string.
Published at Thursday, November 21st 2019, 21:59:38 PM. By Emmy Weiss. Thickness is an important factor in the suitability of carpet for the stairs. A carpet that is too thick can be a safety hazard, because as it wraps around the nosing (front edge) of the stair, it acts as a ramp for your foot, with nothing substantial to support your foot underneath. A very thick carpet can lead to slips and falls, something that no one wants to happen on the stairs.
Published at Thursday, November 21st 2019, 21:53:25 PM. self By Margret Noll. When carpeting your home, you may get an offer to carpet the stairs, too. On a per-square-footage basis, stairs are a bit more difficult to carpet than floors because of the tucking and tacking required to get the carpeting tight on the stairs. This offer will likely cost you more money. Is this something you should do?
Published at Thursday, November 21st 2019, 21:52:21 PM. durable By Hans Jürgen. Measure and Cut Carpet for Stairs and Landing Next, you`ll need to measure the stairs and landing so you can cut out the carpet you need. It`s important to cut out separate pieces, rather than using just one long strip of carpet, even if your staircase is straight and even. A single piece will come loose quickly and become a tripping hazard. Add 4-6 inches to your width measurements to make sure you have enough carpet to cover the edges.
Published at Thursday, November 21st 2019, 21:51:25 PM. By Renata Maier. The French cap method wraps the carpet around the edge of the stair and tucks it under the lip, contouring to the shape of the step. This method may require more time and skill on the part of the installer but presents a tailored look that you may prefer.
Published at Thursday, November 21st 2019, 21:49:38 PM. installation By Gertraud Wittmann. With proper installation, the seams where the carpet has been joined around the posts should not be too noticeable. Certain types of carpet do hide seams better than others; longer piles such as friezes and saxonies hide them better than short or looped piles.