Classic Timber Staircase
Softwood Staircase with stock chamfered balustrades, softwood strings, MDF treads and plywood risers
At TwoTwenty we pride ourselves on being able to maintain a rigid manufacture and delivery schedule for our clients.
One recent project where this was of paramount importance was for a multi plot development in Preston, Chorley. Each staircase was individually designed to suit the numerous house layouts within the development.
Classic Timber Staircase
Softwood staircase with MRMDF treads, plywood riser, and oak newel posts and handrails
At TwoTwenty Stairs we are proud to design and craft timber staircases for some fantastic new build developments. One of our most recent was for 2 stunning new build houses in Oxfordshire. Outside, the development was styled to compliment the older neighbouring houses, but inside they were built to an extremely high specification with a warm, modern feel.
This softwood staircase had MRMDF treads and plywood risers. The developer painted the spindles bright white but made a feature of the beautiful Oak handrails and newel posts by keeping them as natural wood. By using an half space landing, flight over flight design we were able to deliver a space efficient design with maximum impact.
The overall development is contemporary and forward thinking in design. Large glass window walls create vistas directly onto the gardens and bounce light around the rooms. The developer was keen to maintain the feeling of light and space throughout, utilizing the double height space between the kitchen and sitting room for the staircase.
The ideal solution was to design a staircase that allowed the light to flow through the space with ease. So, TwoTwenty Stairs proposed a timber, open rise staircase with glass balustrades and chrome risers. We used a larger than normal chrome tubing in between the treads so that every aspect of the staircase reflected light wherever possible.
TwoTwenty Stairs were invited to design and build a bespoke swept, cut string staircase on behalf of Oakridge Homes, for an exclusive 4 house, new build development in Harpenden, Hertfordshire.
The precision crafted staircase connects 3 stories of the house together and includes a circular gallery on the first floor. It is a bespoke, marble cut string design with Italian wrought iron ballustrade and a walnut swept handrail.
The handrail was digitised and precision crafted to match the metal workers core rail.
This stunning bespoke American Red Cherry staircase was designed and built for a high end housing development in the Midlands. The project consisted of a double winder and gallery which was fitted into a double height entrance hall of 6 different houses on the development.
This Oak Barley Twist staircase was designed and built for a very unique barn conversion in Shropshire.
TwoTwenty Stairs worked closely with the developer and architect to deliver a staircase product that was exactly right for the style and scale of build.
The staircase and balcony were to join to 2 wings of the barn conversion across an open, double height room. Sitting alongside exposed brick work and timber trusses, oak flooring and high windows, the staircase needed to provide a focal point to the room.
The client chose the Oak Barley Twist staircase from the TwoTwenty Stairs Craftsmen Choice Range as he felt it was perfectly in keeping with the building. The chunky 5” newel post and 3.5” timbers gave the staircase a strong, sturdy look and feel.
TwoTwenty Stairs were invited to design and build a bespoke Oak Swept Staircase for a new build development in the West Midlands.
The curved staircase and gallery were hand built by our skilled Craftsmen using quality materials and advanced CNC design and manufacturing equipment.
TwoTwenty Stairs were invited to design, craft and build a bespoke staircase and balcony for a rather unique barn conversion in Rutland. The client wanted a clean, elegant, contemporary style to complement the space. It had to be light and open, with an unique, modern look and feel.
We proposed an oak open rise staircase design to allow light to flow through the space with ease. This staircase design, combined with the fusion ballustrades gave the space a very clean, elegant feel.