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A hidden steel frame allows these wooden stairs to defy gravity.
After supplier quotes for the 1,000 ornamental balusters in a planned luxury home’s porch railings came in at $150 apiece, BOJ Construction of Boston decided to look elsewhere — namely in-house.
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Simple framed walls support the treads and act as forms for bending the rails and stringers.
Vintage details and clever reorganization help an updated space blend into an old home.
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With a couple of specialty tools, you can offer this sleek look to your high-end customers.
Festool RO 150 FEQ 6-inch Rotex sander; two ladder-levelers; remodeling; chain saws
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