Open Oak and White Steel Staircase

Project: Coles Lane

Our project with Mr and Mrs Hague in Swineshead, Boston was so enjoyable for our design team. The Hague family undertook a huge project by demolishing a 1920’s detached home and starting from scratch on a wonderful plot of land.  Our design team were involved before the build started to advise the main contractor of what we would require in order to achieve this unique staircase finish, it is important to do this so there is no need to compromise on the staircase of your dreams.

With a unique layout, the reverse side of the staircase is pointing towards the front door, so we wanted this space to appear even larger than originally planned. We acheived this with a large open plan staircase with floating effect landings. Keeping the space as open as possible with only one support required to give this staircase a sound structure. Finished with toughened and polished glass balustrades to give a light and airy feel to the interior of the entrance hallway.

A variety of tread finishes are available, but we keep all our designs compliant with current building regulations so we opted for a 32mm tread with what is called a ‘sub riser’ to keep all gaps below 100mm for safety reasons. Other options such as steel bars or glass risers are also available to help comply with this regulation whilst suiting the clients taste.

The glass balustrades are available in a variety of fixing methods, this shows powder coated glass adaptors to blend in with the string colour (all colours are available), or choose a contrast stainless steel or even NO glass adaptors for an embedded finish. Just speak to a member of our design team to ensure the perfect finish for your dream staircase.

  • Stringer

    10mm Steel String

  • Treads

    32mm European White Oak

  • Balustrade

    Toughened and Polished Glass

  • Handrail

    Contemporary Oak

  • Feature

    Floating landing effects

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