All of our staircases are handmade to suit each application, using modern production methods where possible. There is attention to detail, for instance, handrails are set into the newel posts and newel caps are recessed over the newel posts. These are just 2 of the many examples. They can be made in a variety of styles, for instance, closed string, cut string, open tread, or even circular and with ¼ or ½ landings and winders and kites. Handrails can be specially moulded to suit and turned or square balusters as required. Past staircases have been made using softwood, British Columbian Pine, Poplar, Piranha Pine, Oak, Ash, Sapele and Iroko.

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Main Pic - Standard staircase with winders, stop chamfered baluster bars, all in solid American Red Oak.

Inset 1 - Loft type access, which has alternate paddle type steps in sapele.

stair tread detail

Tread detail

staircase with 1/4 landings

Staircase with 1/4 landings, treads and risers in softwood with everything else in European Oak, including the turned spindles.

understairs door

Understairs door

newel cap

Newel cap

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