Stairs in Progress - Bromley

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In the factory we are currently working on a 2 flight staircase for a project located in Bromley, London. Our Client was looking for a very contemporary staircase that matched the wooden doors and flooring. During the design phase our Smet team suggested to go for this two tone finish with painted, solid Beech risers and stringers and to combine this with solid Black American Walnut treads and handrail with a natural varnished finish.

 

We also improved the shape of the staircase by leaving out the landing at the 90° turn and create a fully tapered staircase. This not only makes the staircase a lot more smoother to walk on, it also makes it look more elegant.

 

The staircase is then finished with painted Beech spindles and some special features like two Monkey Tail starting posts to widen up the staircase at the start.

 

Once it is fully finished in the factory the staircase will be shipped to site in Bromley, where installation is scheduled for mid-September. Make sure to follow our social media or subscribe to our newsletter if you want see how the end result will look.

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