‘Trim’ Anthracite steel & Glass staircase

Project: The Paddocks

The Hughes family were about to undertake a complete renovation of their beautiful home in St Neots, with the intention of reversing the direction of the staircase and completely modernising it compliment their new interior style. It is just that and much more.

By reversing the direction, thus opening up the entrance hallway when entering the property through the front door, allowing the space to be dressed accordingly and the staircase to be viewed for its beauty before heading to the upstairs living area. The choice of keeping the original brick wall exposed creating a stunning level of contrast between the anthracite steel and the pale grey Oak treads. A true design statement.

This staircase from our range is known as ‘Trim’ due to the cut style shape on the side element of the staircase (strings). Adding this level of detail transforms a usual staircase to something that little more special. These slimline steel strings (sides) allow the structure required for completely frameless glass, so there is no need for those obtrusive large structural posts that most staircases require.

All steel components are shot blasted and powder coated to your chosen RAL colour and the timber components can be finished to a natural matte finish, or why not opt for our bespoke colour complimenting service. We stain the timber components to a finish to compliment your doors, flooring or furniture… just give our team a colour sample and we will do the rest. We stained all timber components to a very pale grey for Mr and Mrs Hughes project to compliment their engineered flooring.

  • Stringer

    10mm Cut String Steel

  • Treads

    32mm European White Oak

  • Balustrade

    Toughened and Polished Glass

  • Handrail

    Deco Oak

  • Feature

    Custom Pale Stain

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