StairBox | Bespoke Timber Staircase Manufacturer | Online Design Tool

Beautiful wooden
made to order

from £220

Design a brand-new staircase to suit your space. Choose your design, materials and finishes using the online designer and buy online.

Our Factory is currently closed, due to the increased restrictions we will be temporarily closing the factory. Unfortunately this will mean that that scheduled deliveries will be postponed until we recommence manufacture.

Many apologies for any inconvenience that this may cause and please be assured that we will be back and up and running as soon as possible.

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Quality you can trust

With over 100 years in the joinery trade and through the utilisation of technology, we can offer a product and service which is second to none. Our Stoke-on-Trent based 100,000 sq ft factory boasts the very latest in technology for staircase manufacturing, meaning that we can ensure consistently high levels of accuracy in production. We guarantee quality workmanship and complete satisfaction with every project we undertake.

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  • Nationwide Delivery
  • 7-10 day Turnaround*
  • Team Helpdesk
    • * 7-10 working days is our average lead time on staircases
    • Team helpdesk available during opening hours

Expertly made in the UK

Combining over 100 years of woodworking expertise with the latest technology means we can design and manufacture the perfect staircase for your home.
All our staircases are made in our Midlands based factory. They are hand finished to perfection before being assembled and delivered direct to you.

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  • Case Study: Designing a Staircase with Character

    A Complete New Build

    Billie-Jean and Mark Holden had originally planned to stay in their four-bedroom ‘forever’ home in Cheshire. But, having purchased the bungalow that was up for sale next door, and with the intention of getting planning permission to sell on, they soon had more ambitious plans to build their own oak framed home on the land to become mortgage free.

    After visiting a traditionally styled cottage built by Welsh Oak Frame, they were set on building a characterful

  • Case Study: Complete Staircase Renovation

    The Renovation Project This 1930’s semi-detached property was given a complete overhaul by homeowner Mr Proctor. He describes how he went about transforming the staircase as part of his renovation project: “The house was old and dated, and in a mess. When thinking of ways to improve the hallway, stairs and landing, a new glass balustrade on the staircase was the first thing that came to mind. Having previously worked in the staircase industry, I already had some knowledge about what could be achieved here with a staircase renovation.” (Mr Proctor) With a clear v

Our Reviews

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    David Robinson - Posted 2 months ago

    StairBox was recommended by a friend, but I'd never heard of them. Spoke to my carpenter and he said they were good. Online ordering was fairly straightforward although I struggled to select the tread width I needed. However, I called them up and got great support in amending the order and getting what I needed. Dealing with them has always been easy and it's obvious customer support is a big dea...

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    Marco P - Posted 2 months ago

    Fantastic service from start to finish. Sat with the designers at their offices to make sure the specification was perfect, all ordered and delivered in a matter of weeks. The quality of the product is exceptional, delivery times were spot on and all items were well packed and protected. The whole process is faultless and rival quotes never came close to what Stairbox offered. Highly recommended.

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    Kelly Kent - Posted 3 weeks ago

    Shopped around for a while and found stairbox to be a very good price. We were very impressed by the communication, prompt and informative, and we were even more impressed with the quality and workmanship on the finished product. Would highly recommend!

How to take the best photos of your new staircase
10 February 2020

How to take the best photos of your new staircase

Congratulations on your new staircase. We hope that you are delighted with the results. Now that it has been installed, we would love to show it off in our online gallery.

This information is here to help you take the best possible staircase picture so that we can ensure a standardised consistent approach and ensure that your staircase is set off in its best light.

5 Quick Picture Taking Tips

Landscape not Portrait - Please take pictures in landscape mode to make sure that the image can be clearly seen. (Wider images are better than tall ones as cropping will occur when publishing photos on the website).

Bigger is better - Ensure your images are at least 1920x1080px in size

Let there be light – There’s nothing worse than a dark grainy image. Ensure that the light source is behind you or that the room is well-lit and the camera flash in auto mode.

Have a steady hand - Holding the camera steady will avoid any blurry images and enable any viewers to the site to see all the details clearly. You have a great looking staircase so you’ll want to show it off with a clear picture!

Two sides to every story – Take shots from different sides of your staircase and from a slight angle to show all its bespoke features clearly.
Why not take a look at these examples for inspiration?

Bigger Photos
A bigger photo clearly shows all of the detail of the high-quality workmanship in its best light which is lost in a smaller picture. The same staircase can look small, dark and uninviting or light and airy with its quality features on full display just by adding light and size to give a more accurate representation of its dimensions. If there is no natural light, flicking the switch on can make all the difference too!

Standard angles
A bottom up photo can help capture the incoming light as well as the reflective properties of the glass- these give a much better idea of the sense of space as well as the warmth and welcoming feel to a hallway that an oak and glass staircase can provide.

Quirky angles
A top down photo can also work well- drawing the eye to the quality of the wood and joinery detail. In this photo, these are cleverly framed by the wall pictures which provide a warm welcoming feel.

Side view
A side on photo can work well- this one displays the quality work that has gone into refurbishing this staircase (you would never know that it’s been refurbished rather than brand new!)

Inspired? Do take your photos and send them in!

We are looking for images like these that show off the effect a new or refurbished staircase has had on your home. Whether you have had a complete Oak and Glass replacement stair or have opted for something simpler, we want to see it. When done well, even the simplest design can have an impressive impact.

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NEW Oak Modern Choice Grooved Baserail

This Modern Choice oak baserail is grooved, ideal for embedded glass panels and is supplied pre-sanded, unfinished. It can be finished by painting, waxing or varnishing.Modern Choice is the exclusive StairBox range...

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