This free standing spiral staircase in Cottontown, TN is constructed of wood with a ¼” metal plate sandwiched in between the layers of wood for structural support. It is then wrapped with Hickory Veneer and stained and finished. The rail and horizontal bar is made of solid bronze posts All of the bronze was oil rubbed for premature aging. The infill panels are made of solid steel with the patina finish applied to give the “gun barrel” appearance. The top rail is made of Hickory and rolled on a spiral to match the stairs. Spiral stairs such as these add so much uniqueness and the finished product is a true piece of art.
The homeowners said Tate Ornamental made the entire process so easy for us, we knew we wanted a grand entrance but really weren’t sure what to do and then we were introduced to Tate. They helped us design the main stairway and select the veneers, railing materials and finishes. We were so grateful we only had to deal with one contractor on this project. The process went so smoothly that we had them do the Hickory kitchen cabinets as well as the stone countertops.
Architect: Craig Richardson