Is It Possible to Create a Vintage Elevator in a Home?
An elevator can improve your mobility and add to the appearance and value of your home. Elevators can be customized with an array of designs and materials to create anything from a modern to traditional look.
Artisan Elevators can help you create a unique elevator to match your home’s décor. We offer a wide selection of elevator types, including hydraulic, winding drum, machine traction drive, and vacuum models.
Once you have selected the type of elevator you want for your home, you can customize it with an array of materials and design options. If you want to create a vintage-style elevator for your home, we can work with you to make your vision a reality. Birdcage-style elevators are a popular option for homeowners who want to add an old-fashioned feel to their houses.
Residential elevator cabs are available in round and square configurations and can be crafted with a variety of materials, such as wood, metal, and glass. Common wood species chosen for elevators are oak, walnut, and mahogany, although exotic species are also available. If you would prefer to use metal in a birdcage elevator cab, you can select from copper, bronze, brass, and other options. We can also customize your elevator with safety glass or plexiglass panels or windows.
The inside of the elevator cab can also be customized. Both wood and metal handrails are available, as well as recessed, suspended, and battery-operated lighting.
Another important consideration is the type of doors. An elevator can be created with a single opening door, opposite opening doors, and adjacent opening doors. Both folding and sliding doors are available.
If you want to improve mobility and add a traditional feel to your home, a custom residential elevator could be the solution. With an array of models and design options to choose from, Artisan Elevators can help you create the vintage elevator of your dreams.
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When you buy a custom elevator from Artisan Elevators, our designers will work alongside you through each step of the process to customize a new luxury lift that fits your home or business perfectly. The design begins with the selection of the best motor system and ideal base for your indoor elevator. To get an idea of our customized residential elevator prices, call and tell us what you have in mind today.