24th August 2012
A stunning bespoke timber staircase supplied to a customer in the New Forest â€“ Lyndhurst to be precise. Our customer met us at the National Homebuilding show in Birmingham last year and was building his dream home. He required an open, light, bespoke timber staircase to create a real impression when entering the property whilst not dominating the view.
Together we went with the WF bespoke timber staircase which has floating tread on the internal side. Solid Oak treads and wall stringer were complimented with light brushed stainless steel spindles to the internal side and glass infill panels on the landing level. Our customer went with the curved internal handrail adding a real swoop as it twisted around.
The end result was striking, with the oak blending in with the surrounds and the open feel allowing light to pass through from the front of the property to the back.
The WF staircase is a bespoke timber staircase available in any hardwood and can be purchased as a straight flight staircase, a quarter turn staircase and a half turn staircase. It is one of our most popular designs and each flight is made to measure for the application. Please have a look at further examples below.
Bespoke timber staircase – WF Staircase – Ringwood
Bespoke timber staircase – WF staircase – East Grinstead
Bespoke timber staircase – WF Staircase – Sevenoaks
If you would like a price for your WF open timber staircase – please forward any plans to firstname.lastname@example.org or call to have a chat – 01794 522444
Oak Staircase pictures just in!!
25th February 2012
Floating style Oak staircase supplied for a new build in Lowestoft.Â Our WF design with solid timber treads with open risers and a stringer only located on the wall side.Â The internal side of the stair and the outer side of the first four treads are supported by the extra deep handrail which actually acts as a stringer.
This customer opted for the stunning curved internal handrail in this Oak staircase which looks fantastic.
From the picture above you can really get a feelÂ for the open and light nature of the flight.Â Not what springs to mind when you think – solid oak staircase!!
The landing balustrade here we infilled with glass panels.Â We kept the same timber for the handrail and newel posts but went for the balustrade infill that allowed the the maximum passage of light – Glass panels!
For prices for your very own light and open Oak staircase in the WF style please let us know the floor to floor height, the shape of the stair you require (this one is a half turn) and the timber you would like (any hardwood).Â Give us a call on 01794 522444 or email email@example.com .
You can also see further examples of the type of staircase using the links below.
Beech Staircase – East Grinstead
Beech Staircase – Ringwood
Oak Staircase – Half Turn
16th May 2011
Some really stunning pictures of a WF timber staircase supplied to a customer near us in Ringwood.
Our customer sent in the pictures and he has really captured the floating feel the staircase has given the refurbishment.
The WF timber staircase has no internal / exposed stringer – only one on the wall side so the entire flight appears to float in mid air.
In this instance the wall stringer was supplied ‘cover painted white’ to further emphasise the floating feel.
This model was supply in a quarter turn with a stunning swooping curved handrail at the 90 degree turn.Â If you look closely at the pictures you will see a small platform at floor level which was required to ensure the wall stringer missed the doorway below whilst maintaining sufficient headroom.
This model was supplied with beech parquet treads and handrail which the customer oiled himself to match the surrounding timber of the doors and windows.Â Â Â I am sure you agree the result is truly spectacular!!!!
As usual – please let us know the height, configuration and timber you would like.
Further examples of this model can be seen on the links below.
Modern, Open Timber Staircase – WF Style – Southampton
Modern, Open Timber Staircase – WF Style – Aberdeen
Modern, Open Timber Staircase – WF Style – London
Modern, Open Timber Staircase – WF Style – Sevenoaks
20th February 2011
Open timber staircase installed recently in our open WF style.Â This model wasÂ a little unique as it didnt form a conventional half turn.Â The bottom of the staircase was only angled around 45 degrees instead of 90 and the upper turn had a 45 degree angle shaped into the stringer – see the pics to see.
The treads, wall stringer on this open staircase were created in 42mm oak and the spindles were stainless steel.Â Our client went for a curved handrail at both turns to create a real swooping effect.
Links below take you to various other models from the open WF timber staircase range plus provide a little more info about the product.
Bespoke Timber Staircase WF style â€“ Main website page
Bespoke Timber Staircase WF style â€“ Product sheet download (PDF)
Bespoke Timber Staircase WF style â€“ Aberdeen
Bespoke Timber Staircase WF style â€“ Southampton
Bespoke Timber Staircase WF style â€“ Sevenoaks
Bespoke Timber Staircase WF style â€“ Stanmore
Bespoke Timber Staircase WF style â€“ Lanarkshire
Bespoke Timber Staircase WF style â€“ Coventry
Bespoke Timber Staircase WF style â€“ Manchester
Bespoke Timber Staircase WF style – Surrey
Bespoke Timber Staircase WF style – Cornwall
email any plans to firstname.lastname@example.org or call directly 01794 522444.Â Why not pop into the showroom in Romsey for a chat?
1st February 2011
An open, modern WF Oak staircase in a half turn configuration.Â
With no internal stringer the WF always creates a floating feel as it ‘hangs’ from the handrail.
Supplied to a customer in Aberdeen this staircase had a swooping curving oak handrail – twisting and turning up the internal side.Â The white wall stringer made it blend in with the wall and further enhance the floating feel to the flight.Â
Â As the stair was in Scotland a wall handrail was also required.Â Matching landing balustrade was supplied around the opening at loft level.Â
Our WF Timber Staircase continues to be an extremely popular choice with our customer because of its open, floating feel whilst using solid timber.Â You can see some other examples using the links below.
WF Timber Staircase – Southampton
WF Timber Staircase – Teddington
WF Timber Staircase – Market Harborough
WF Timber Staircase – Stanmore
All we need to provide an accruate quotation is -
FLOOR TO FLOOR HEIGHT
SHAPE OF STAIR (half turn / quarter turn / straight flight)
TIMBER (oak, beech, ash, walnut, birch, maple – virtually any hardwood)
01794 522444Â Â -Â Â email@example.com
12th December 2010
Some great pictures of a straight flight model 500 supplied to new build in Guildford.
This model had Oak treads with steel stepped stringers to either side.Â The risers were fully closed with toughened glass infill panels and a floating, frameless glass balustradeÂ was fitted to one side.
The result was a truly open, stunning staircase which enhanced the property and enticed people upstairs.Â
This laminated glass balustrade design is becoming very popular and we will have some more pictures to post soon of similar models.Â This stair can be purchase in a quarter turn, half turn or straight flight and the frameless balustrade can also be supplied for landing levels.
Here are some other model 500 systems we have supplied around the country.Â
Model 500 StaircaseÂ - Sandbanks
Model 500 Staircase – Basingstoke
Model 500 Staircase – Ashurst, New Forest
Model 500 Staircase – Swanage
To work out a price – please let us know the floor to floor height and the shape of the stair.Â Better still, give us a call directly – 01794 522444.Â Â firstname.lastname@example.org
26th November 2010
Not long to go now until the auction finishes.Â Last chance to get your hands on a stunning WF staircase for a bargain price!Â We have had quite a few calls in the office this week with several ‘buy-it-now’ offers but we have work within the ebay rules and sell to the highest bidder on Sunday.
Link – http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=380290478935
Any questions before bidding – please email email@example.com .Â I will be able to answer as soon as I can.
11th November 2010
A few pictures of a WF Oak staircase supplied to a refurbishment in Teddington, London.Â Quite an unusual project as we actually supplied two small straight flights to create a quarter turn arrangement.Â Our customer already had a mid platform in place.Â
The stair itself is our ever popular WF system with only a wall stringer for support.Â This creates a nice open floating feel to the staircase which in this instance was constructed in Oak.Â Our customer opted for 20mm diameter Oak spindles for the staircase and glass infill panels for the upper landing level allowing the passage of light.Â Instead of being held in place by steel clamps, this glass balustrade actually sat in groves in the handrail / floor rail / newel posts, creating a striking seamless effect.
Quarter turn formed by two straight flights
Small section of balustrade between flights
Open floating feel to the stair
Glass balustrade set in floor rail and handrail groves
Oak newels, spindles and treads
You can see further examples of the WF staircase below -
WF Timber Staircase – Southampton
WF Timber Staircase – Sevenoaks
WF Timber Staircase – Market Harborough
WF Timber Staircase – Bude
For prices – please let us know the floor to floor height, the shape of the flight and the timber you would like.
We received these pictures a couple of days ago from a customer we supplied in Sevenoaks.Â The Model is a WF system (with no internal stringer) and forms a quarter turn configuration.Â Main features of the stair are the open floating feel created with the cantilevered and the swooping curved internal handrail at the turn.Â This model was produced in solid Oak with brushed stainless spindles to the balustrade.
For a price – please let us know the floor to floor height and shape of the stair.
You can see other examples of the WF staircase here -
Case Study – Bude – Cornwall
Case Study – Market Harborough – Leicestershire
Case Study – Hedge End – Southampton
Case Study – Stanmore – Middlesex
Case Study – Lanarkshire
Beech WF staircase with half platformBeech open staircase installed in Cambridge a few weeks ago. Just received the pictures from the client. She selected a half turn WF staircase with a half landing platform.This staircase has the unique WF 'hanging' structure with no stringer on the internal side. This, along with open risers create a nice floating feel to the staircase, allowing the passage of light.Beech Wf staircase | No internal stringer!
Â To see a few more example of the Wf
staircase please use the links below-
For a price, just let us know the timber you would like, the floor to floor height and the shape of the staircase (straight flight staircase / quarter turn staircase / half turn staircase).Â Call 01794 522444