For this project, the client in the process of a complete renovation their home, from the kitchen to all the bedrooms and bathrooms. The main area of the property however that they were looking to make an impact with however was their hallway. For this they needed a bespoke staircase that will be the biggest feature of their hallway whilst also fitting in with the homes aesthetic and style.
The client chose to American White Oak as the timber of the stairs, which acts as an intervening colour scheme between the black front door and the light floor tiles and walls. These three contrasting colours keeps peoples attention without being too distracting or overwhelming, which is important when its the first room you see in the house.
The client chose thicker, Warwick style, newels and spindles. This balustrade is somewhat traditional, without being too intricate or overwhelming. These newels are slightly chunkier than regular, being around 15% thicker than regular balustrades, giving a comfortable feel to the stairs.
The Stairs are finished with a carpet runner, which complements the colour scheme and lessens the slightly overwhelming colour of a solid oak flight of stairs, especially when they have timber balustrades. The carpet amalgamates nicely at the top of the stairs and onto the next staircase going up onto the loft.