In 2009 we supplied 8 staircases to a property developerÂ building two new houses in Chiswick – West London.Â These were delivered in the Autumn and the houses are now on the market.Â A few weeks ago we got these pictures through of some of the flights supplied.
Whilst they did not go for the most modern / stunning designs, the ‘traditional’ style construction of the flights provided offered a more practical solution to the families they were looking to attract.
All the stairs were supplied in solid beech with a slightly darker stain applied in the factory.Â The balustrade was made up of stainless steel spindles and a beechwood handrail.Â The risers on 6 of the stairs supplied were open to allow the passage of light but were kept safe with a mini beech riser piece reducing the gap.
You can see similar designs using the links below -
Why not add glass to the balustrade for a real wow factor!
As usual – for a price, please let us know the shape of the stair, the floor to floor height and the timber you would like.
These pictures were emailed over the weekend of a stunning Maple timber staircase installed in Cheshire.
The balustrade is made up from glass infill panels which also continues around the opening along the landing level.
Maple Timber Stair
Maple Timber Stair
- Maple Timber Stair
This model has a large half landing and an enlarge bullnose step for tread 1.Â The mini maple riser pieces keep the stair ‘open’ whilst complying with the 100mm gap rule.
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What is crucial when pricing this type of stair (apart from the floor to floor height and stair width) is the type of timber and the configuration of the flight.Â Please call the office to discuss – 01794 522444
Some pictures just in showing a stunning half turn timber staircase installed earlier this year.Â The second matching model down to the basement is being installed next week.Â
This model has oak treads and white painted stringers to both sides.Â The internal stringer is curved at the turn to create an impressive swoop effect.
Modern timber staircase
Custom Made Oak staircase
This stunning stair is based on our traditional structure.Â Traditional by name but not by nature as you can see the modern twist using traditional materials.Â We call it the traditional structure as the stair is supported by ‘conventional’ stringers to each side.Â
To view other stairs in the same ‘traditional’ structure by in different designs / materials please have a look here -
For a price, please let us know the configuration, the floor to floor height and an idea of the materials you would like.