A clamped glass staircase renovation in oak

Mr & Mrs Finch, Warrington Why a new staircase? Our old staircase was a traditional but utilitarian structure. With white painted rails and banisters, it did not provide a focal point to a predominantly oak entrance hallway. With three levels is was featureless and a little overpowering. Inspiration: A number of magazines and advertisements had crystallised our …

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white and oak

Oak stairs with white risers, cube handrail & clamped glass

Mr & Mrs Hughes, Amersham “The Abbott-Wade staff were so helpful throughout the whole process. All the staff were very friendly and helpful at every stage. They even noticed a tiny fault on one piece of the glass and had a replacement on order before we even knew there was a problem. I would certainly highly recommend …

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hall stairs

Embedded glass & oak staircase & walkway

Mr & Mrs Bennett, Warwick, Warwickshire Why a new staircase? We felt that the Edwardian style of the staircase did not fit with the barn. Although the barn is old, we felt a contemporary staircase would really provide the wow factor in the large entrance hall. Inspiration: We were certain this would make a big difference …

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Open tread oak stairs & shaped glass balustrade

Mr & Mrs Hill, Weston-Super-Mare, Dorset Why a new staircase? Although the original staircase was only 7 years old, it wasn’t giving us enough light into the small hallway, which was dark and dull looking. We felt if we opened it up by utilising light and space it would enhance the aesthetics giving the hallway grace, elegance …

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Glass panels set into modern Cube handrail

Location: Woolton, Merseyside Category: Renovation Timber Choice: Prefinished Natural Oak Balustrade: 10mm glass panels embedded into Abbott-Wade Cube rails Treads: On-trend striped carpet with new feature step In Summary: A modern staircase in keeping with the style of its surroundings

Sandblasted glass and oak staircase

Sandblasted glass and oak

Mr Rose, Newton-le-Willows, Merseyside Why a new staircase? I have lived in the house for 30 years and whilst I have refurbished other parts of my home the staircase remained drab and dated. Inspiration: I first saw a glass staircase on a visit to the theatre, loved it and wondered if it would work in a …

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