Before and After Staircase Makeover

For my staircase makeover, I removed the ugly, old, worn carpet and revamped the stair treads with ebony stain and painted the risers and railing. Now this space is warm and inviting as you enter into my home.
To read more about the steps that I took to create this project, head over to my blog and take a look:
http://www.sasinteriors.net/2012/05/staircase-makeover-remove-carpet/
http://www.sasinteriors.net/2012/06/staircase-makeover-filling-holes-and-staining-treads/
http://www.sasinteriors.net/2012/06/staircase-makeover-reveal/
Final Stair Reveal
Before and "in-progress"
My technique to staining the stair treads
The staining was complete and it was time to paint!
The stairs are complete!
The stairs with sisal treads

Jenna Burger Design
Want more details about this and other DIY projects? Check out my blog post!
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  • Kate Kate on Sep 06, 2016
    How are the sisal mats attached? They are really pretty.

  • Sue Tansley Sue Tansley on Sep 22, 2018

    Loving this! What colour paint did you use on your walls? Wanting to steal your gorgeousness on our boring hall, stairs and landing xx

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  • Cindy Griffin Malone Cindy Griffin Malone on Sep 22, 2015
    Where did you find the treads?

  • JHayes JHayes on Oct 27, 2016
    Oh wow I'd not seen your post and I did one thing very similar on stairs to downstairs family room. Since stair treads were in poor shape I used paint instead and molding to close gaps between risers & treads. Used washable stair treads so my old dogs could safely navigate stairs.

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