I've been playing around with tread configurations for fitting a curved stair into a rectangular opening with a well hole such that a continuous rail can be used without gooseneck, upeasings, etc. as seen in some of the older homes. The first layout is a little too much tapering, I'd have tread 2 & 14 straight and start tapering from there. Does anyone have experience making one of these?
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Stair tread tapering method