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Curtis L. Biggar
Curtis L. Biggar, Architect
(920) 716-2420
4400 West Pine Street
Appleton, WI
 
Baldwin Building Improvements
9204865638
127 First St
Menasha, WI

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The HONEY DO LIST MAN
(920) 843-8574
341 Plummers Harbor Rd
Neenah, WI
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State Wi. Journeyman, Maintenance, Handyman Licenses
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20 plus years

Case Remodeling
(920) 731-6500
2339 W Wisconsin Ave
Appleton, WI
 
Andropolis Painting LLC
(920) 810-2267
3142 N Longwood Ln
Appleton, WI
 
Tim Shew
CT Electric
920-420-3207
5783 Erie Street
Butte des Morts, WI
 
C&C Home Improvements
(920) 540-4660
1408 W Seneca Dr
Appleton, WI
 
Home Service Store
(920) 968-4655
4650 W Spencer St
Appleton, WI
 
Paul Davis Restoration & Remodeling
(920) 882-9287
2225 Northern Rd
Appleton, WI
 
J & B Home Improvement Co
(920) 731-3306
73 Bellevue Pl
Appleton, WI
 
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Home Remodeling Tip: Stairway Trends

Stairway Trends That Are a Step Up

home remodeling articles and tips

topic: home entry way
by Mary B

Today's design-conscious homeowners are using stairways for more than just moving between floors. Whether tucked away or a central focal point, stairways offer an array of possibilities. Materials, design, and function make all the difference in new stairways.  

As a general rule, floors and stairs should match. Carpet goes with carpet, and wood goes with wood.

The looks of the past and present might be the same: a sweeping oak staircase that winds luxuriously from the home foyer to a second-floor makes an elegant, yet grand statement. An L-shaped stairway made of rough-hewn timber and fabricated steel sends a more contemporary message; while a compact spiral stairway adds a touch style to a small space. But stairways are inherently practical -- and the latest trends take full advantage of stairs' potential.

Form Follows Function with Stairways

Modern stairways look great and work harder than ever. In modest homes, that can mean using stairs -- and the dead space under each tread -- for storage. Shallow drawers can be added to maximize space. And modern styling makes them virtually undetectable.  
Storage can be had behind stairways in the form of a closet; in a home's foyer, the space behind stairs is also a great place to put a bench and coat hangers or a dog bed.  

Stairways Play with Light and Space

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