The customer requested a replica of staircase from The Munster’s TV show.
The woodwork is all 5/4 and 4/4 red oak. It hasn't been stained yet in these pictures.
This home was featured in the Homes and Gardens section of The Oregonian - Oct 28, 2010
These photos are on display in McCoy Millworks' showroom.
The Formal Portrait
02 The newel posts with plaster gargoyles.
03 A detail of some of the curves and bends.
04 A close-up of some of the segmented curves.
05 A view from the top.
06 The photo that I used to build the Munster's Replica.
07 A previous staircase with a bent rail that I bent in my shop with steam and a lot of clamps.
08 A detail of the bent rail with balusters. - The bend was 180 degrees with a 61" diameter.
09 A view of the complete staircase with the volute and wainscoting.
10 If you are standing at the volute of the staircase and look left, I built this cabinet in the same room. I wrapped the fireplace\chase and added the corbels and mantel and built the shelves. It is basically 16 ft. wide and 13 1/2 ft.high.
I built this 3 and 1 spaced baluster railing for a homeowner remodel. It is all red oak and not stained yet.
I "demo'ed" the existing stem wall and built this open railing.
A contemporary railing
This railing is removable to allow access to the small attic
A small basement railing