27th October 2011
Have finally worked though the enquiries from the Grand Designs show but have been neglecting the blog posts.Â Here we go then â€“
This long standing customer of ours based in Shaftesbury, Wilts, was building a new property which required a new feature staircase.Â TheÂ requirement was forÂ simple clean lines, a modern and open feelÂ Â and of course it had to fall within the allocated budget .
Our traditional structure stair was selected in beech parquet timber, with open risers and polished stainless steel spindles.Â Our Traditional structure certainly doesnâ€™t mean traditional style as you can see in the pictures â€“ it refers to the way the stair is supported, with two stringers either side.
Beech parquet is a very popular choice at present.Â With this option the timber is still solid beech but each block is made up of smaller pieces giving a more pronounced stripe effect.Â Â It is about 15% cheaper than solid beech and is often requested to match a parquet floor.
Our â€˜traditionalâ€™ structure stairs are available in a variety of configurations, designs and materials. Remember â€“ traditional structure but modern design.Â Combining solid timber with open and light balustrade options.
Have a look at our sister websiteÂ – www.timberstairsystems.co.uk for more examples or click on the links below.
As usual – for prices, please contact the office – 01794 522444.Â firstname.lastname@example.org