Embedded glass and oak

Mrs Mallander, Worksop, Nottinghamshire Why a new staircase? Our old one was very high maintenance and looked old fashioned. We wanted it modernised and opened up. Inspiration: We’d seen beautiful glass staircases in a number of magazines and were keen to replicate that look. Decision making process: We spoke to a number of companies but …

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Bronze glass with oak

Mr & Mrs Quinn, Wilmslow, Cheshire Why a new staircase? Unfortunately we had inherited a bad job when we moved into our new house. As the staircase is in our main living area and therefore a main feature, it was very important to get it right. Inspiration: We wanted to create a unique focal point …

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Full view of Sapele Staircase and White Spindles

Sapele with painted turned spindles

David & Jill Ball, St.Helens, Merseyside Why a new staircase? The old staircase wasn’t safe enough for small children. It also looked cold with so much metal. Inspiration: We knew we wanted a grand ‘statement’ staircase to match our big hallway. Decision making process: Abbott-Wade had done jobs for our family in the past so came …

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Traditional oak turned spindles

Jenny & Luke Johnson, Buxton, Derbyshire Why a new staircase? We really didn’t like the old one; it was dilapidated, dark and in need of an overhaul. We had renovated the rest of the house but needed to bring the staircase up to scratch too. Inspiration: A friend of ours had had a new staircase …

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A clever combination of oak, white & glass

Client: Mr Mullany Location: Oxfordshire Category: Renovation Timber Choice: A clever combination of prefinished natural oak with clean white timber Balustrade: Hardwearing oak rails and newel caps set against clean white newels posts and diminishing glass panels Treads: Carpet In Summary: A staircase that has been cleverly thought out to be both functional and aesthetically …

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Cool white staircase with glass spindles

Mr & Mrs Leyland, Warrington Why a new staircase? I wanted to refresh my staircase; open it up a bit more & modernise it a little. My hallway isn’t large and grand, but it’s the first thing people see when you open the front door, so it’s important. I wasn’t sure what I actually wanted …

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Stop chamfered spindles and newels transform this entrance hall

Location: Lancashire Category: Renovation Timber Choice: Prefinished Natural Oak Balustrade: Stop chamfered oak spindles with matching newel posts and pyramid newel caps Treads: Carpet with new double feature step In Summary: A stylish entrance overlooked by a gallery landing looks stunning from every angle

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