Bespoke Timber Staircase Radlett

Most of the staircases we supply are solid timber in modern and open designs. This is what we specialise in and is generally sought by our clients, but we can supply more conventional traditional style flights as this project demonstrates. Our clients wished to have a bespoke feature Mahogany staircase as the focal point of their new hallway. We supplied this large quarter turn staircase with closed risers and timber spindles. We shaped the first three steps so that each curved slightly at the front, with the bottom step being a large double bullnose. We curved the handrail and the stringer at the turn (removing the requirement for a newel post) and supplied matching landing balustrade upstairs across the stairwell.

Traditional Timber Staircase

Standard Structure Timber Staircase

The word ‘Standard’ refers to the conventional double stringer support structure but these timber stairs are by no means ‘standard’ in appearance. Constructed with 2 x 42mm solid timber stringers, these models can be supplied in a traditional style as well as contemporary. They are manufactured as straight flights, quarter turns and half turns and can incorporate Volute handrail designs and glass panels (for example).  Please have a look at the full range of balustrade options to personalize your staircase.

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Bespoke Timber Staircase Radlett - Technical Specifications

Support Structure
Standard Structure
Floor to floor height 2625mm
Risers
175mm
Treads 42mm Mahogany
Stringers 42mm Mahogany
Balustrade Type 20-40mm Ø Mahogany Spindles
Handrail 80 x 60mm Mahogany
Newel Posts 120mm diameter Mahogany
Finish of Timber
Varnished
Additional Double Bullnose, closed riser, landing balustrade
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Timber Options

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