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All stairs, from the humblest flight of cellar stairs to the most elegant curved entryway stairs, share the same broad functional requirements: to provide safe and comfortable passage from one level of a house to another.
Over the last ten years or so, residential designers have made tremendous progress in offering open floor plans. Eliminating long hallways and unnecessary walls are both good ways to impart a spacious feel.
Outdoor living spaces
Inviting front porches
Restyling a raised ranch
Better-looking gable ends
Wood siding corner details
Trimming a Dutch Colonial gambrel
Getting a stick-framed look on a truss budget
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