That's some crazy accuracy with the mt joints.doug fir is not a easy wood to work with.looks like you have some beautiful wood there.And it just gets better looking with age love it.
Steve, you have really gone all out on this project and it makes your house a showplace. Very nice.
Wow, that is amazing work.
Spectacular! That must have been a labor of love.
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Wow...how kewel is that? Bravo!
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That honestly is one of the nicest set of stairs I've ever seen. Incredible job!
Is that your house? I hate you.
Seriously, very , very nice work. That stairway is one of my favorite physical objects on this planet.
If any of you have possible managed to miss the original Gamble House entry stairs, check out www.ultimatebungalow.com or any other Gamble House site. Steve's placement of this classic is truly wonderful. Well done.
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Now that is one sweet staircase...
Really well done Steve.
Holy Cow !! That is fantatstic. WHere do you live ? i want to come and see it in person.
MORE PICTURES PLEASE !!!!!
I just took a tour of the Gamble House at the WIA Conference in Pasadena. Except for the patina of age, which will come, you have absolutely NAILED the spirit of the Greens (without any nails!). AWESOME, AWESOME, AWESOME.
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Wow!!! That is truly spectacular.
If you have any pictures from the build; I, for one, would love to see them.
You are not Devoid of talent . Very very impressive! I'm curious did you keep track of your time on this one or was it truly a labor of love and who cares what it takes? What is the finish?
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