Two green oak stair designs for a 400 year old barn conversion in Suffolk.
The main staircase comprises chunky green oak treads, stacked on top of each other in a helical fashion. The treads create a curved inner edge to the staircase.
At first floor level a kiln dried oak nosing finishes all floor edges and provides a fixing point for the balustrade. The balustrade constitutes a steel handrail clad in dark brown leather, mounted on coppiced hazel uprights. The main section of balustrade starts at ground floor level with a sumptuously curved stainless steel forged and tapered newel.
The second staircase is also made from chunky green oak treads stacked on top of each other, this time in a linear arrangement using a quarter landing to turn through 90 degrees. At first floor level a kiln dried oak nosing finished all floor edges and, again, provides a connection point for the balustrade.
To obtain a guide price for your own staircase based around this design or using similar materials, please quote ref 3362.
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