If you're ready to replace or install your staircase, then what look and feel should you go for? We offer numerous staircase designs to suit your home, lifestyle, aesthetic and budget.
Closed Rise Staircase Design
Closed Rise Staircases are a standard staircase design. They are generally manufactured and installed with tread and rise housed into the stair string on either side. The closed rise style of staircase requires soffit lining or a cupboard underneath after the installation of the staircase has been completed.
Open Rise Staircase Design
Do you like the idea of a staircase that feels more open? Here you can see there is no rise between the treads, so you can see right through them. This lets light through the staircase – a great idea for small spaces or when stairs go over another staircase. The Open rise staircase design offers an airy, modern feel.
Closed String Staircase Design
The closed string stair style is where you can see a beam on the side of the staircase, closing off the tread and rise profile. Also, you'll find the balustrade is attached to the stairs. Balustrades can be glass, timber or stainless steep, depending on your interior design and your personal preference and taste.
Concealed String Staircase Design
Generally, this staircase style is where the tread and rise go between two walls. No string is visible when walking up the staircase. This stairs style can also incorporate a shadow line nosing at the tread and rise junction.
Cut String Staircase Design
This staircase style is when you can see the profile of the tread and rise from the side of the stairs. Generally, the string is cut to go under giving a saw-tooth effect. This style can suit modern, or period homes or terraces.