Rostill HouseContemporary Staircase, Melbourne

Shannon McGrath

Photo of a large contemporary wood straight staircase in Melbourne with wood risers. —  Houzz
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

adam_hobill
Adam Hobill : Design added this to 13 Hidden Costs Often Missing From Builders' Quotes23 September 2015

12. Availability and completion periodEvery quote you receive should indicate when the builder’s available to start the project, as well as nominating the time frame in which it’s likely to be completed. Be aware that while larger building companies have greater capacity to take on new work and potentially complete the project a little quicker, smaller builders will probably have less capacity to take on new work. You may need to wait a little longer for the project to get started if you’re using a smaller company.For extension and renovation projects in particular, there are certainly advantages in using a more hands-on builder who will be more involved in the project, from the quoting stage and throughout the construction period. Renovation projects are notorious for throwing up little surprises along the way, but with companies that are more closely connected to the project, these surprises tend to be identified earlier and avoided. If they can’t be avoided, issues that arise will generally be handled better by builders who are more experienced in renovation projects.

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Joanna Tovia added this to Houzz Tour: A Toorak House Built With the Twilight Years in Mind15 September 2014

The front door opens to a hallway that runs past the stairway and around to the kitchen/sitting/dining area. Clever woodwork and lighting, rather than walls, define the different areas of the home. The stunning staircase has been made with spotted gum timber, stainless-steel tension wires and a stainless-steel handrail.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

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Wil Hellstedt added this to webuser_999833668's ideas9 February 2019

i like the modern and industrial feel

bevan_rakoia
Bevan Rakoia added this to house5 October 2017

12. Availability and completion period Every quote you receive should indicate when the builder’s available to start the project, as well as nominating the time frame in which it’s likely to be completed. Be aware that while larger building companies have greater capacity to take on new work and potentially complete the project a little quicker, smaller builders will probably have less capacity to take on new work. You may need to wait a little longer for the project to get started if you’re using a smaller company. For extension and renovation projects in particular, there are certainly advantages in using a more hands-on builder who will be more involved in the project, from the quoting stage and throughout the construction period. Renovation projects are notorious for throwing up little surprises along the way, but with companies that are more closely connected to the project, these surprises tend to be identified earlier and avoided. If they can’t be avoided, issues that arise will generally be handled better by builders who are more experienced in renovation projects.

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Hunni BURRRR added this to Dream Home15 May 2017

Firsf floor to kids bedroom floor AKA first floor

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