Elm Barn Conversion Staircase, Hexham

>Elm Barn Conversion Staircase, Hexham
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Elm Barn Conversion Staircase, Hexham

Barn conversion staircase in Northumberland.

Our staircase design uses Elm and forged steel with open treads, forged balustrade and profiled Elm handrail.

The staircase had to physically and aesthetically link an original stone building with a later addition pole barn structure, whilst maximising flow of light through the split level property. The clients also wanted the staircase to be a feature from both the kitchen and living areas.

Chunky treads of English Elm, chosen for its figuring and durability, are supported by amazingly slim stainless steel stringers in the basement kitchen and upper flights. The mid-flight, where it was not appropriate to have open treads, is of continuous treads and risers and cantilevered from the wall with Bisca’s trademark shadow gap.

Hand forged and formed uprights, fixed directly into the underside of the handrail, flow gracefully along all flights, terminating in feature newels at basement and mezzanine level.

To obtain a guide price for your own bespoke staircase or balustrade based around this design or using similar materials, please quote ref 3601.
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