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.
Our client in Tadcaster received this 180-degree curved closed-string staircase with an ash handrail that terminates in a bull-nose step at the base with a curved glass balustrade. The whole look is completed with a matching balustrade and handrail on the landing above the staircase.
This staircase has a steel spine and oak treads with an oak handrail. The glass balustrade has steel fastenings and complements the fixings for the steel spine, which our Wakefield customer chose as a feature. The staircase has a turn with two steps up to the landing, with a matching glass balustrade and oak handrail.
This project was completed to create a modern look in a converted barn in Wetherby. The central staircase has oak treads, glass balustrade and oak handrail. The risers are open with a small down-stand with the bottom feature step being a large bull-nose. The whole look is completed with matching balustrade on the landing above the staircase.
The entrance to this modern home has been given “the wow factor” with this modern curved stainless steel staircase, with open treads and glass balustrade topped with a stainless steel handrail. The glass balustrade on the landing has no handrail to give a modern, clean, sleek finish.
This modern, straight, cantilevered staircase has ash tread and handrails which have been stained and lacquered black to create this dramatic look. The glass balustrade is attached using modern stainless steel fastenings. The look is completed at the base with a matching ash plinth and on the landing with matching glass balustrade.