This contemporary staircase from our client in Halifax has cut strings, open oak treads and a glass balustrade. The twin spine is steel and has matching bars between each tread. The staircase is over several floors and still looks light and airy.
This project was completed to create a traditional look and wow factor in our client’s home in Leeds. The curved staircase has painted closed strings, treads and risers, along with an ornate metal balustrade topped with a walnut handrail, which leads to it finishing with a volute at either side at the bottom. The handrail terminates into the wall on each level as the staircase curves over three floors.
This modern staircase creates a real statement in the entrance to our client’s home in Doncaster, and oak treads and risers, painted closed strings and a clean glass balustrade with no handrail. There is enclosed LED lighting in the risers, which works to highlight the solid oak treads.
This beautiful traditional staircase within Pontefract has oak open treads with a matching oak handrail. The staircase’s ornate metal balustrade creates a beautiful contrast to the oak, as the handrail terminates into square newel posts. It finally continues to a matching mezzanine balustrade.
This straight staircase has painted risers and walnut treads with a matching walnut handrail for our client in Sherburn in Elmet. Turned spindles are painted to match the risers. The continuous handrail finishes at the bottom of the stairs with a volute, terminates at the top with a square newel post, and then continues to a matching landing balustrade. Under the stairs has been closed in to create lots of under-stairs storage.
Over in Sherburn in Elmet, our client wanted an impressive curved staircase. We gave him a staircase staircase with painted risers, walnut treads and a matching walnut handrail. The turned spindles are painted to match the risers. The continuous handrail finishes at the bottom of the stairs. With a volute, it then terminates into the wall at the top. The staircase has traditional cut, bracketed strings, and splayed steps to add the wow factor.
Our client in Wakefield wanted a new staircase, so we brought this straight oak staircase, which has a matching balustrade. The glass balustrade is topped with an oak handrail and has square oak newel posts which stand on a feature bull-nose step at the bottom. It has oak closed strings and oak treads and risers. The look finishes with a matching glass balustrade and oak handrail on the landing area.
This project was completed to create a traditional look and wow factor in a client’s entrance hall in Pontefract. The curved staircase has painted cut, mitred strings and risers with Oak treads. The ornate metal balustrade is topped with an Oak handrail, finishing with a volute at either side at the bottom. Furthermore, the handrail terminates on one side of the wall continuing to the landing balustrade at the top of the stairs.
Our project in Wetherby was completed to create a traditional look for the client’s entrance. The curved staircase has dark oak treads and risers, wrought iron spindles and a dark oak handrail with a volute at either side of the double-ended bullnose step. The whole look finishes with a matching balustrade on the landing above the staircase and a shorter handrail at the bottom, which terminates into the wall.
This project in Halifax gives a fabulous wow factor to our customer’s homes. The curved staircase sits against a curved wall with a curved glass balustrade on the other side. The staircase has walnut-closed strings and a leather handrail. The treads are solid walnut with open risers. String continues the curve along the ceiling and up the landing, where there is a matching glass balustrade, along with a leather handrail.