Starecasing:  With the StareCasing System three-step installation process, you just measure, cut and install. The patented tread and riser overlays fit over your existing staircase like a glove. No messy demolition. No guesswork. Just beautiful hardwood stairs.        In a matter of hours, you can convert carpeted stairs to hardwood without the cost or hassle of total reconstruction.

Starecasing: With the StareCasing System three-step installation process, you just measure, cut and install. The patented tread and riser overlays fit over your existing staircase like a glove. No messy demolition. No guesswork. Just beautiful hardwood stairs. In a matter of hours, you can convert carpeted stairs to hardwood without the cost or hassle of total reconstruction.

Pinner said: DIY getting rid of carpet stairs  Oh my goodness this saved us so much. We just finished our stairs and they look beautiful. Our stairs cost us about $50, we didn't know under the carpet we had were painted wood stairs with adhesive tile on them. Now they look like this.

Pinner said: DIY getting rid of carpet stairs Oh my goodness this saved us so much. We just finished our stairs and they look beautiful. Our stairs cost us about $50, we didn't know under the carpet we had were painted wood stairs with adhesive tile on them. Now they look like this.

After this is grey floor paint on the top of the steps and wood effect wall paper on the lower part of the step, I'm very pleased with the finale this project was surprisingly easy and straightforward However the prep did take a while sanding with sheet paper and a lot of filler for the old carpet nails and staples

After this is grey floor paint on the top of the steps and wood effect wall paper on the lower part of the step, I'm very pleased with the finale this project was surprisingly easy and straightforward However the prep did take a while sanding with sheet paper and a lot of filler for the old carpet nails and staples

Great blog write up on finishing basement stairs.  Hm...worth it to uncover the steps? I like the walls, too.

Great blog write up on finishing basement stairs. Hm...worth it to uncover the steps? I like the walls, too.

Beautiful stair railing renovation using the existing newel post and handrail | TDA Decorating and Design featured on @Remodelaholic #makeover #staircase

Beautiful stair railing renovation using the existing newel post and handrail | TDA Decorating and Design featured on @Remodelaholic #makeover #staircase

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