Pale Oak and Glass | Staircase Renovation

Project: St Georges Way

Mr and Mrs Henson of Northwich family home was already stunning, but the staircase at the centre of the home was still the original staircase that was installed back when the house was built. This was old and looking very dated next to their new modern interior styling. With the staircase at a focal position of the home, it was important to bring the staircase back to life in a unique way. It was also of key importance to keep the staircase maintainable for the family due to its position between walls.

Mr Henson opted to go for a bracketed glass balustrade so that he could simply remove these with an allen key if needed to clean or redecorate the areas behind the glass over time. It is much more difficult to remove embedded glass balustrades due to the fixing methods used. Bracketed glass balustrades are so simple to maintain and can be completed by any homemaker. But additionally, these stainless steel brackets perfected compliment the customers light switches and door handles, for a consistent interior style.

Due to a specific choice of carpet and downstairs flooring, natural oak would not compliment the home as well as a custom stained finish. We created a limed Oak stain for the Henson family which creates a pale finish to the oak instead of the natural ‘honey’ finish that is commonly seen in most of our other staircase projects. Find out more about our services by contacting a member of the team today.

  • Strings

    6mm Oak Cladding

  • Newel post

    Square with Kerf Caps

  • Balustrade

    Toughened and Polished Glass

  • Handrail

    Contemporary Oak

  • Feature

    Limed Oak Stain

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