Some more WF pictures just received for our portfolio on a CD sent by our customer.Â This time from the town of Battle in East Sussex.
This WF is in beech in a quarter turn configuration.Â You can see how the open nature of the model (no stringer on exposed side and open risers) gives the entire hallway in this house a light, airy feel.
Side view of Beech WF staircase
View from above
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Newl post and balustrade detail
We had these pictures emailed last week of a stair installed in Herronsgate.
Â The customer went for a solid Oak stair from our modern timber range with a square mid platform.Â As the customer had understairs storage we opted for closed risers and to provide a non slip effect – the treads had a black rubber strip inserted towards the front.
The staircase was based on our ‘Traditional’ structure which governs the structure but not the style.Â It has conventional stringers to both sides of the treads but can be modernised using a variety of balustrade options – stainless steel spindles in this case.Â The customer also has a half bullnose to the bottom step.
To work out a cost for a similar model, all we need is the timber you like, the shape of the stair (straight / quarter turn / half turn), the floor to floor height and the width.
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