Our traditional staircase range still proves to be one of our most popular options. Elegant Edwardian style balustrade conveys traditional craftmanship in the finest timbers without looking outdated.
This is a traditional style Walnut staircase. This equisite timber has a beautiful grain and distinctive colour - it definitely looks the part to make your stairwell area grand. The strings, treads, risers and newel posts are all made from walnut and the spindles are painted pine; the contrasting colours really make a feature of the walnut strings and steps.
Take a look at our Staircase Gallery to see more photographs.
The curtail step as a feature first tread is a popular traditional style option. It opens up the beginning of your staircase and creates a more open and approachable step. Below shows a traditional Oak staircase showcasing the curtail step with a continuous volute handrail.
The continuous handrails add elegance and individuality to the staircase and look great with turned spindles.
We can manufacture your traditional staircase in your selected materials. Below is a traditional style Oak staircase with chunky square newel posts and turned spindles. Whatever your design requirements we can tailor a traditional staircase to your specifications; give us a call or design your traditional staircase on our StairBuilder© now.
Send your plans and design ideas over to us and we can design you your bespoke traditional staircase. You will be able to see a three dimensional drawing as well as a plan of your staircase to ensure it's exactly what you're looking for.
We have a whole range of traditional style stair parts for you to choose from. Take a look at our range of turned spindles made from oak, pine, sapele and more.