A new quarter turn staircase was required to complete a house extension in New Milton, Dorset. An open and light stair was required given the hallway was towards the rear of the property and there were few windows.
Following a visit to out showroom, out client decided on a beech floating timber staircase to blend in nicely with their proposed beechwood flooring. A quarter turn was the logical option given the space available and we positioned the bottom of the stair away from the wall to allow better access to the French doors.
Floor to Floor Height
To meet building regulations the gap between the steps needs to be less than 100mm – to prevent young children slipping through. This staircase has the mini riser infill pieces on display which are included as standard on every model. You can see they are spaced off the tread slightly with brushed stainless spacers.
The brushed stainless steel spindles on the staircase were continued across the mezzanine level for safety. This included a 42 x 42mm floor rail which houses the spindles and creates a nice edge for the upper floor finish to butt up to. This was complimented with an matching beech apron to cover the edge of the floor.
Timber Stair Systems
Unit 15 Belbins Business Park Cupernham Lane Romsey Hampshire SO51 7JF