Bespoke Timber Staircase Salisbury
A new build was underway in the town of Salisbury and a functional, modern timber staircase was required for the hallway. Instead of a standard stringer design we opted for a cut stringer to the internal side to make the timber staircase a touch more visually interesting. And as storage was required underneath the stairs, closer risers were essential. The timber staircase was constructed in solid beech with Stainless steel spindles spanning directly from the treads into the handrail. The handrail, newels and spindles were continued along the landing level for 2.5m.
Quarter Turn Cut Stringer Staircase
Stepped Style Timber Staircase
The stepped style timber staircases incorporate a ‘cut’ stringer down one or both sides of the staircase. This means the stringer is positioned underneath the treads so you can see the riser and going of the treads from the side of the stair.
The spindles therefore span directly from the tread to the handrail. The stepped style stair can have open or closed risers, and be configured as a straight flight, quarter or half turn. Various timbers, spindles and newels are available.
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|Floor to floor height||2635mm|
|Balustrade Type||13mm Ø Stainless Steel Spindles|
|Handrail||80 x 42mm Beech|
|Newel Posts||80 x 80mm beech|
|Finish of Timber
|Additional||Closed Risers and landing balustrade|