So we pulled up the carpet, padding, and replaced the risers with 1x8s and the treads with stair treads from Lowes. Simply Stunning! :) I have tan carpeted steps and would love to attempt this project, too ... my husband is skeptical, but I'll keep trying to convince him. Step 3: Building a Stair Skirt I had mentioned earlier that I didn’t have a stair skirt on the edges but instead had carpet. It makes such a difference and it they are absolutely beautiful! I remember your posts of this wall on RMS. *Note: this is how we went about it. Absolutely stunning! I used a screwdriver and a pair of pliers to remove a little bit of carpet to see what the stairs were made of. There are things I would have done differently and I will try and note them when applicable. Stinking amazing! ;). There was no skirting on the stairs, so we had to work with each stair individually to fit it tight to the wall. One email every Friday! :), Wow! You must just want to stare at it all day! You may be able to paint the risers if you set the nails, fill the holes, and sand well but the plywood treads will not look or wear well.You can buy … It also depends if one or both sides are "closed" rather than "open". Yeeeeee haaaaaw. See more ideas about Stairs, Plywood flooring, Painted floors. (Well, except for letting a just washed dog run down them and me following behind unexpectedly :]) Did you insulate underneath? (I'm sure you were just dying for my advice on that point, weren't you? Also, if you install a real wood stair nose prior to the 1/4 plywood, it will be much easier to get them 100% even. A big pat on the back to you!I'm mentioning you in my post tomorrow, something you wrote about a ways back has caused havic in my life!! I love your color choice and placement. Love love love this. Once it dries, apply two coats of clear coat. It looks so wonderful. !You seriously inspire me to want to try soooo many things (just have to get hubby on board--or get rid of him ;-)Great job!!! GORGEOUS!!! I’m going to wait it out and see. How to Cover OSB Stair Treads. My entire upstairs floor is coated in a fine layer of dust! :). Just one question - are the kiddos slipping & sliding on them? It involves making my own jig for the saw, and we figured out a super easy way to do it. What a transformation, they look great. They are beautiful. I know nothing about carpentry so do not wish to tear stairs apart to redo things, nor can I afford to spend a fortune to pay a pro to do it. We just redid our foyer and steps not long ago and let me tell you-the extra poly = major slippage factor. So classic and fresh. (Do I sound like a mom?) Wish we could do it at our house, but we have crap-o-la wood underneath our carpet:o), I can't believe what a difference it makes. Arg, that was definitely the worst part! So much better! Yikes! Your hard work was SO worth it.Autumnhttp://www.theficklehobbyist.com, Absolutely gorgeous! Many of you have asked about the darker band of color along the side: I did that years ago and I absolutely love it! Hmm....you've inspired me to see what might be under our stair carpeting. All this is done inside your house so just imagine where all the dust is going to go. What would I do differently here? Subscribe to my newsletter to get all the latest tasty goodness straight to your inbox! Reply Delete. He was as sick of the carpet as I was and we knew that without real hardwood underneath, we would have to compensate with buying new material. Love. Reply. Your stairs, landing, home, have such beautiful lines to work with. I’ll do the same molding treatment on the upper stairs as well. The natural light was there, (coming in from the stairs window) but the solid plywood (seen below) prevented any of it from reaching the landing. Was it going to be builder grade plywood stairs, pine treads and risers or beautiful stain grade Red Oak? But I'm still very thankful we don't have stairs at our house (requirement when we house shopped 3 years ago...my knees can't take them!). Now, of course, not everything is perfect. What should I do with the Plywood subfloor on Stair landing.? Your color choices and extra molding are beauteous!Kathy. but you have inspired me to rip my yucky carpet up from under our dining room table and refinish that floor. Good job :), I like the before and after looks, BUT, carpeting on stairs always harbors so much dirt and things that make a person sneeze. Karin. Yeah, no thank you. care. AMAZING work! Great Job! WOW! it! You did a great job and I always love visiting here :)!Amy. your hard work most def paid off! But I don't know what to do about the two pesky plywood landings. On your picture frames, across the floor. Oh, you can? For the face of the stairs we cut 1/4 inch smooth plywood (I think it was birch) and cut each piece to fit exactly. It's beyond words how impressed I am and I swear I am walking over to my stairs right after I write this and yanking off the carpet on my stairs! replacing treads - middle road expensive - harder than number 1?? Hi Lynn, you can paint them , stain them or lay laminate on them, all are relatively easy to do, I am attaching a few links to give you some ideas, hope they help you out. If you’re interested in a cost-friendly yet reliable option, plywood treads are definitely the way to go. wowza!!!!! We have plain old builder's plywood under the carpet. Painting plywood is actually similar to painting any kind of wood. Now, a couple of pointers. are also covered in it! MDF, or medium-density-fibercore. Spot treat any stained areas with KILZ and allow to dry at least 30 minutes. My 6 year old was looking at this with me and she said, "Wow, look at those nice stairs..." LOL, she had no idea that was what the post was about so that is the TRUEST of compliments - out of the mouths of babes. Once I realized the stairs were already stained it was too late... of course I ruined the bottom 3 stairs- right near my front door - so everyone can see - not the top where I could live with my mistake!!! Open is when you can see the end of the stair. :)Hugs,Victoria. Bravo, Sarah!! I am so excited to finally see the finished product :) You did an amazing job...you own it, girl! I can't wait to see what you do with the molding! Attaching a strip of solid wood is a better idea. Painted pickets & stairs: how to make that cheap plywood under your carpet look perfect and polished and finished. Check out my step-by-step tutorial so that you can redo your own stairs with minimal work and maximum effect! Instead, paint your runner in sections so that you’ll be able to get to the top or bottom of your stairs by skipping a step here and there. They were painted brown by the previous owner, since the basement was not finished at that time: The first step (no pun) is to screw down plywood over the concrete pad. Looking forward to future projects! Whoot Whoot!!!! Job well done! I've begun my DIY project of removing the disgusting carpet from my stairs. Great job!! You can purchase pre-cut stair risers for about $10 each or save some money and cut your own. Your DIY home improvement project may require the use of stained plywood. You will do lots of pulling and slicing to get the carpet off. But WOW, that looks so amazing! If there were existing hardwoods underneath the carpet, sand them before re-staining. !Thank you for inspiring and sharing!! The stairs are original, just the ready-for-carpet variety made from spruce framing lumber and plywood. http://stairs4u.com Click on this link for more information about stair building. So, any suggestions for those of us with plywood stairs beneath our carpet? can you travel to Canada and do mine? These turned out so beautiful. they are wonderful!!!! Big pat on the back to you!!Blessings-Sarah. . re-treads - most expensive but might be easier . I. so. You have given me inspiration to do my stairs. You did a FANTASTIC job!!! Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Absolutely awesome. Or we can get out our power tools and sever off the bullnoses on our stairs! Cover the landing floor with 3/4 inch plywood, then use a second covering to increase the landing floor thickness to the same thickness as the stair treads. they look absolutely beautiful. Absolutely gorgeous! That looks amazing. I then went online to find a better way to remove the tack strips and the rest of the stairs look great... My guess is that I need to sand and start from scratch... wish I was more patient... this would have never happened. They add so much warmth and charm to your already beautiful home. Oh, they are gorgeous!! You did a great job and I am going to do this come Spring. For the actual structure of the bottom stairs we reused any 2×4’s and 2×6’s that we already head. My initial thought was to stain the treads and paint the risers like many of the others have done. Heck, you will be finding it everywhere for the weeks to come. ), Sorry for the craptastic pictures – it’s a dreary day here, so the lighting wasn’t great for these, but I couldn’t wait to show you. Hopefully!Thank u so much for finally posting stair pics! Closed is when the stair ends into wall. Help me! I bet you love just standing back and looking at them! :), Looks fabulous!! I'm about to stain my table top and I'm not sure which one to use. Instead, the builder used just a single piece of plywood and a CNC machine. The stairs are original, just the ready-for-carpet variety made from spruce framing lumber and plywood. Amazing. The steps look absolutely AMAZING! should think you do lurve it, you rock girl! Here's the landing going to the upstairs: I get asked about what we used on the landing a lot -- and it was just the basic pine wood (that I've used as shiplap many times over the years). Looks like one sheet of the material would be more than enough to to make your riser … AWESOMEEEEE!!! See more ideas about stairs, plywood interior, design. That was a lot of work! ), but mine are a semi-gloss and I've never had a problem. I did not grab many but you can see the ones going upstairs, and the ones going downstairs. Blessings to you! It's manufactured as 1-to-1 1/4-inch-thick tread stock, with a bullnose on one side. What to do? )Kim @ http://frostmeblog.blogspot.comparty inspiration, Looks JUST FABULOUS! Looked wonderful. It looks like a catalog space. Unfortunately, how my house is designed it would be very hard to do this but I think even if I had attempted a bit to keep the dust contained I would not end up with sawdust EVERYWHERE. YOU HAVE TO BE SO PROUD. 2.) Sand non-particle board areas like the risers/kick boards and sides of stairs lightly. BTW I love the band of color.Zizette. You did a beautiful job!God's blessings,Sarah :D. Nothing you do surprises me, Sarah, so I KNEW they'd turn out gorgeous! For safety reasons (aka our child) we could not remove the spindles at this time so it was a lot of extra work on Dan’s part to pull the carpet up. Seriously. I want you to use and copy my ideas! GORGEOUS! You are safe to walk on the stairs, just be careful. You should be so proud :-). Sand the entire plywood surface with 100-grit sandpaper. The stringers are 14" deep with 4 3/4" depth under the tread. One of the things that irritated me about the old landing was that there was a solid plywood at the top of the stairs (on the landing) blocking out essential light from entering the area. I really like how this #Gandalf, 25 years between 1st and 3rd season, and #TwinPeak, I've been working hard on my #TwinPeaks pillow and, I just can't get over how cute this Mooncake turne, Any #FinalSpace fans out there?! I skate on those suckers constantly...but they look great! Required fields are marked *. You have inspired me. What a difference that made. Great job! You should be proud! I love the look. :-), You must be completely thrilled and utterly exhausted from all that work, You paint edges look so crisp and straigh, Good Job keep up the good work. Underneath is a solid plywood staircase, but we were left with plenty of these to remove . Once you have finished with 100-grit, sand the surface again with 150-grit and then 200-grit to smooth the surface. I pulled the carpet and found pine for the treads but plywood for the risers and landing. I LOVE it! job well done! I do have to warn you 'cause our steps are pine too, they do "wear" because pine is soft but I call it PATINA....it sounds so much better! This concludes part one. WOW! Nice to meet you Sarah!Started following now, so I'll be back. Gorgeous. I have a carpet runner on my stairs and am half-tempted to rip it out after seeing these beauties. Kudos to you for all your hard work. When I was sanding my treads I came across one piece that had a crack right through it. I cannot imagine the amount of work, but I just love it. Gorgeous! :) (Cause seriously, I am pooped. A flight of stairs defines one set of stairs. I have a dad like yours. ->Next post will feature sanding spindles, staining treads and rails. Great job!!! FREAKING. You did a fantastic job. I bet that changes the whole feel of your house. Great job! It sounded scary, but the payoff was great. You can purchase pre-cut stair risers for about $10 each or save some money and cut your own. Absolutely stunning!! Your email address will not be published. I wasnt very careful taking the tack strips off and scratched (I should say really dug into the stairs) with my screwdriver! OMG Sarah ... they are GORGEOUS. STUNNING!!!! Follow the instructions on dry time. What do you think? I am so proud of you! Just gorgeous. are. We dropped off girlie for the day and then would pick her up after dinner. So long carpet! They are just beautiful. It looks so elegant! But it would make them a bit shinier and give them even more protection. I think the real inspiration for me was seeing your steps right after you ripped the carpet up. Sanding the wood is the easiest way to do this, but stripping old stain can be laborious. Yay! Apply Polyurethane to remaining stairs and allow to dry for at least one day. I only ask that you credit my site with a link if you reference one of my projects or use a photo. It was quite simple after Dan had made the straight line to cut off the bullnoses but our fire alarms sure did not like the dust. Here's the second video on how to build stairs using only one sheet of plywood. Way to go!gail, Oh Sarah -- They turned out beyond beautiful! even. Could you pretty please go into more detail about the wood on the landing, including the edging strip? :)now just the know-how.....wanna take a field trip to Kent, WA? Now off I go to start removing the carpet! It's really stunning. I am beyong thrilled you posted this! Gorgeous! In some cases, boxed-in stairs that are covered with carpet or flooring tile have treads made from plywood instead of hardwood. Love them!! The stairs look beautiful ~ thanks for finally sharing the pictures. . Plus, cleaning them was a pain with my big vacuum. I know nothing about carpentry so do not wish to tear stairs apart to redo things, nor can I afford to spend a fortune to pay a pro to do it. The stairs look beautiful! I love it!! Reply. You can buy stain ready stair treads that go right over the plywood stairs. I want to rip the carpet off my stairs tonight. The ceilings in our stair way are ridiculously high, and it’s a visual thing that just helps to ground them. Such a great change! :). For now, let’s just enjoy, shall we? My parents house has a combination of 4 stairs open on both sides, and 6 stairs open on one side. I am such a fan of hardwood steps. Janell, Wowww!! Could we lay wood over the plywood and stain? I am in love! Staircases aren’t always a pricey showcase in a house; as a cost-saving measure, they sometimes are constructed from OSB, which is Oriented Strand Board. We left them overnight because by the time we got the carpet off, staples removed and bullnoses cut, it was well into the evening. Very impressed!http://minivanlife.wordpress.com. I am in awe of your talents! Here’s the most recent before picture I have…can you believe I didn’t stop to take a true before shot before I started ripping up carpet? We cut our own out of thin plywood and that only cost about $20. Also, PLEASE tell us how you calculated the molding angles sometime. lute. All step risers had to be corrected to provide better stability after the hardwood is installed. :). Walnut Laminate Flooring Walnut Floors Living Room Decor Furniture New Furniture Painting Plywood Cheap Home Decor Diy Home Decor Cheap Plywood Rustic Wood Floors. Very inspiring! About to remove carpet from staircase and plan to stain the pine treads, paint risers white. If you want to read more about our stairs, be sure to check out our entry hall posts, but the reason for today's Ask Old Town Home has to do with Kim and Scott's stairs.. !~TidyMom, I want to sell my house and buy a house with stairs! I actually started this project this weekend, pulled up a corner and discovered that it was the cheap wood underneath, the builder evidently thought the carpet would hide all their mess! Coat stairs with two coats of oil-based primer, allowing each coat dry thoroughly. They turned out so wonderful! Could we paint the plywood stairs black with white risers? No stain. You SHOULD be proud! Gorgeous! Thankfully we only have 13 steps in general. Simply beautiful. The ones leading upstairs definitely had more wear but I was not going to transform one set and leave the other. I am painting the risers white and staining the stair treads a dark ebony color. Plywood thickness for stair treads. I really like the little band of dark color. Tastic! i love love love them!Well done outta you! Take some before pictures. You are amazing(&brave), Stairs look awesome!!! Sweep stairs and wipe clean. They look awesome, so rich looking:) Your hard work really paid off! I can't wait to see yoru full tutorial! But, I am! GORGEOUS!! This is because engineered wood flooring is made up of several layers of wood instead of one solid piece. They just look fabulous. Your stairs are beautiful! They are called Retro Treads and mine were unstained red oak from Lowes. Wish my stairs weren't behind the front door!Guerrina in CT. Risers- This is the back portion of the step where your stair tread sits up against (and your next step sits on top of.). Gorgeous!!!!!!!!!!!! the stain color. If we were at the point in our lives that we are today, these houses would have been great for the DIYer, but we did not have the experience and wanted a ready-to-move-in home. We ripped up our awful carpet to find MDF stair treads and plywood landings. Now how can I convince my husband to let me do that?!? Paint the sides of the stairs tapping off the ends. It looks really beautiful. I am in awe of you DIY-ness. Bought the game fo, Gandalf the Grey! I LOVE your comments, thank you! Wow! :) You should be so proud of yourself. Get that vacuum out and suck up the mess you have created. 5. About to remove carpet from staircase and plan to stain the pine treads, paint risers white. We discovered this builder took some shortcuts by using 1/2" plywood for the stair risers that did not have a supporting system in the center of the step. Replacing stair treads starts with tearing out carpet, then staples, and then cutting the old bullnoses. I'd love to do that, but we have the cheap wood under the carpet :( I will try the band of color idea! Find out what's going to work best, while saving you money by watching some of our helpful videos. Anyway - do you know if I can just sand and stain or is there an additional step since mine were already stained... any advice would be great!!! Great job! Hmmm…will this one ever end? You did an amazing job!Stop by and check out my Easter napkin ring promotion and see some of my Easter Tablescape ideas. As you can see, the construction of plywood and wooden stairs is as simple as it is a bit complicated. Wow! Good job. I'm totally stoked to do mine!! This is on my (very long) home to-do list. See the picture below? It looks gorgeous! Those look AMAZING! They turned out great! Bye bye carpeted stairs of the 70's & 80's 'fashion' lol I'm so glad you like them and aren't totally wiped out to not even think of moulding! (I am SO a DIYer myself! I am on a tight budget and want to know if I can just sand these and paint them? You are soooooo talented! What a great project!Blessings,Stacey, Oh my! I don’t know about you, but when we were out hunting for our first house we saw a lot of interesting things. You truly are amazing! Again, GREAT JOB!Blessings,Traci. Apr 7, 2020 - Explore Rebecca Robinson-Bailey's board "Plywood Floors & Stairs" on Pinterest. The biggest thing I was worried about was the slip factor on the wood stairs. When I want to hide the plies of plywood, I do one of two things; Cover it with "edgebanding" or attach a strip of solid wood. They. Job well done! BEAUTIFUL!!!! I am so proud of you. ly. It depends on what stairs you have. Other houses included outdated everything, incomplete rooms, really poorly taken care of homes. So glad you didn't make us wait any longer to see this. You go girl!I am totally obsessed with stairs and always have been for some reason. Well, I know it took forever, but here. DON’T DO IT. I just want to sand them down, repaint and stain the steps. . (Thanks Dad!!) I have a 9 rise fully housed plywood stair being built in the shop right now. We just got carpet installed this week, and while they were pulling up the stair carpet, I was keeping my fingers crossed that we had the type of stairs that we could just stain and paint like this, but no such luck. Once the painting and decorating was finished, this showed up even more, and even though we couldn’t do it at the … Umkay…. I totally LURVE it too. I gave a shout out to you from my blog since I put up new railings on my steps & am thinking too about pulling up the carpet! If you need to replace your stairs or the treads of your stairs, you’re looking at a much higher bill. Could we paint the plywood stairs black with white risers? Took a bit of con, Finished my custom #CourageTheCowardlyDog #babybla, Can anyone guess the next 90s cartoon I'll be #cro, 36″ x 10-1/2″ Unfinished Oak Interior Stair Tread, 42″ x 10-1/2″ Unfinished Oak Interior Stair Tread. But you're right, the imperfections can sometimes just add to the character. Those are easier to do. I want to be you when I grow up!! Marking and drawing the lines was definitely the most time-consuming process. They add so much more character to your home than the "before" with the carpet. Thank you for sharing your AMAZING creativity with us! you really classed it up. We turned them off until we were finished cutting and remembered to clean out any of the dust in them. Wow! The transformation is so gorgeous. Well, they would be shinier, that's true--but they'd also be more slippery. Everyone has their ways and do not feel obligated to follow my directions. I can see you worked hard on this project, so yes... let's all just enjoy for now.Congrats on a job well done!DiThe Blue Ridge Gal. What a huge difference you made. I've begun my DIY project of removing the disgusting carpet from my stairs. I love the transformation. I am scared! Remove all staples with pliers (there will be millions, TRUST me), carpet tack and glue. Beautiful. I've been checking back to see if you had posted the results. I am in love with the dark stain. Oct 6, 2014 - Explore Anne Menke's board "Plywood Stairs" on Pinterest. We put hardwoods in almost two years ago and are finishing the basement this year. But the landings are stumping me so would love to hear how you added a rounded edge to the landing. LOVE it- okay I have a question what did you do about the transition of the first step from the carpeted area? . Obviously this was not a well thought out plan because I just picked the random 3rd stair and went for it. Great job & now you can take a breather...but I bet you won't! Your hard work paid off! Start here ⇒ Part 1: Preparing and staining stair treads Measure and cut your treads and risers Colour match and stain the wood, and Apply the recommended coats of polyurethane. They look so good. What a fabulous end result. I love how they turned out. It makes me think we should do the same to our stairs. Huge kuddos to you my friend ! We have to do something with our stairs as we are redoing the pergo floors soon.. which is what is on the stairs at this time... we are going with stained concrete that looks like leather ..for all the floors, we live on farm this will be very durable! So worth all the tiny staples. They absorbed the poly so much, they stained themselves! Can you tell us how you did this AND navigated up and down the stairs during the process? You are so brave! Cross your fingers!! We collected most of the staples but you never know what you missed. This wouldn't work in just any house. Get all the latest tasty goodness straight to your inbox! You did such an amazing job. I will have your photos to show my husband when he gets that un-sure look on his face.Great job. I love them! Thankfully, Lowes had no problems exchanging it but our closest Lowes is 20 minutes away one way, so it was an extra trip we shouldn’t have made. Curved or straight. Bravo! Fan. 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