Our recent staircase projects

Here at Smet Staircases UK, we believe that a staircase can become a buildings' main focal point. That's why we bundled up some of our most recent and inspiring staircase projects completed by our highly skilled craftsmen in Belgium. 


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Finchampstead - A

Wooden staircase with glass railing

Looking for a traditional lay-out with a contemporary twist? This wooden staircase is made from solid French Oak and laminated curved glass. Because of these materials and its bespoke design, the staircase adds both flair and feel of space in the great entrance hall of a stunning contemporary country house in Finchampstead.

Esher - A

Wooden staircase with glass railing

The wooden staircase blends perfectly with the rest of the interior design while being in keeping with the house’s origin. This, together with adding an LED strip light in the side of the staircase, on the wall side and in the underside of the first step and low iron glass semi

risers on the other treads, makes this staircase a wow factor without being in your face.

Chelsea - D

Wooden staircase with glass railing

Chelsea  D, a white staircase with continuous handrails on a cut string design and a partly marble clad on the lower levels, is ideal for brightning up a room and giving the illusion of more space. Something that hallways typically need.

Shirley - A

Wooden staircase with glass railing

Designed as a horseshoe shaped stairwell with a fully continuous handrail, this staircase gives the whole hallway a different dynamic. The treads, risers and handrails are also combined with painted stringers and old bronze finished spindles, giving the whole staircase a rich but subtle appearance of understated luxury.

Chelsea – C - wooden staircase with tinted glass railing

Wooden staircase with glass railing

Glass panels make a great alternative to traditional wooden spindles. That's why the Chelsea - C wooden staircase, with its tinted glass railing, is a timeless piece of architectural art that runs through the core of a modern Chelsea townhouse.