|Arch Top Door|
|Cribbed Log Ceiling|
|Entrance Door Vigas|
|Japanese Tea House|
|French Provincial Cabinet|
|Slant Front Desk|
|7 Drawer Chest|
|17 Drawer Chest|
|Dr. White's Chest|
Stair building meets timberframing is the way I think of this project. The original plan was for two landings. As I recall there was no way to fit the necessary number of treads in the space available and using winding treads solved the problem.
I used the Stairway Manufacturers Association Handbook for guidance.
We used #1 Doug Fir Free Of Heart Center for the steps, stringers, and newel posts.
In this picture, the steeper stringer supports the very top flight of steps plus the less steep stringer which supports the turning treads.
After this, we added a continuous 1-1/2” diameter handrail running down the right side of the stairs.