Gallery: Be inspired by a huge range of completed staircase projects
Whether you're looking for inspiration to design a brand-new staircase or simply renovate an existing one, you'll be sure to find plenty of design ideas from our gallery.
A stunning new staircase installation incorporating a 3-tread winder and 2 feature steps.
Grey painted pine newels and strings combined with an oak and glass balustrade creates a really striking, individual look on this staircase.
Using oak newel cladding and embedded glass balustrade, this existing staircase has been given a clean, contemporary look.
The glass panels allow maximum light from the landing space to flood down the staircase, making it appear much larger.
Designing a staircase between walls doesn't necessarily mean you're restricted to a basic, straight flight.
This beautiful solid oak staircase makes the most of the space in the hallway with 3 large bottom feature treads. It creates a great first impression in this entranceway.
This new 3-storey property features 2 solid oak staircases. This statement design creates a stunning first impression in the entranceway.
The design includes a quarter landing on the lower flight and square twist spindles throughout the stair and landing balustrades.View Case Study
This solid oak staircase really helps open up the space and create a welcoming entrance for customers arriving at this Chiropractors Clinic.
The design features a large straight flight with quarter landing.
Fitted against a white wall, this solid oak flight stands out beautifully.
There's no need for any paint or carpet on a staircase such as this. Applying Treatex Hardwax Oil will provide the ideal, hard-wearing finish.
A previously worn and outdated staircase has been transformed using oak stair parts.
The newel posts have been replaced, strings have been clad using apron lining and a new oak and embedded glass balustrade has been added.View Case Study
This bespoke design is a great alternative to oak or chrome half risers and allows more light to pass through the staircase.
To make a bold statement in the space, this design included a feature D step.
This oak and glass staircase works perfectly in the customers new oak framed home.
A turned staircase such as this allows for maximum floor space to be maintained whilst still making a feature in the space.View Case Study
This sleek and stylish staircase features embedded glass balustrades with oak strings, newels and handrails. To reduce costs, the treads and risers were constructed from MDF, before being carpeted to match the landing space above.
The staircase was designed with a left-hand turn and quarter landing. Additional balustrade was added to this order to complete the gallery landing.View Case Study
A light and bright look is achieved here using large embedded glass panels with a standard construction oak staircase.
The newel caps featured here are oak pyramid caps; these have been added to the stairs to give a more traditional feel.View Case Study
This oak and glass staircase has been designed with a 3 tread turn (winder) and full gallery landing.
The elegant design is achieved using large embedded glass panels, which really help to open up the space and allow light to bounce around the space.View Case Study
This refurbished staircase uses solid oak newel cladding along with embedded glass panels to give the appearance of a brand-new oak staircase.
The newel cladding system is designed in such a way that no joins or glue appear on the edges of the post. It’s a fantastic way to upgrade any stairs.View Case Study
An oak open plan staircase using chrome bars to close up the risers and ensure that the staircase is both safe and stylish. Combine this with clamped glass, and a gorgeous setting, and you have what is easily one of the most impressive and exciting staircases that come along every once in a while.View Case Study
Here we have a beautiful example of a Pine SpaceSaver Staircase that really shines in its simplicity.
With painted Edwardian turned spindles and matching varnished pine rails, this traditional yet stylish flight fits with the rest of the surrounding décor and provides easy access to the mezzanine level above.View Case Study
Here we have a very grand solid oak, T-shape staircase.
Although it looks fairly tradition at first sight due to its large feature treads, this staircase features several contemporary design features.
The balustrades incorporate large clamped glass panels, which work well to open up the space and the second set of flights use an open plan finish, which look stunning from all angles.View Case Study
This staircase uses oak and glass with a half landing and first-floor landing, featuring embedded glass balustrades.
The half landing has been used to create additional storage space underneath, while the galleried landing provides a light and bright space above.View Case Study
A contemporary, chunky style, solid oak staircase was fitted in this space to improve the overall light and create a real focal point.
The custom staircase was built with an open plan design, oak half risers and embedded glass panels. It’s a true statement piece.View Case Study
This oak and glass staircase with carpeted treads provides a real homely feel.
The design features a quarter landing, which provides great storage space beneath, plus additional glass balustrade which continues the design up and across the galleried landing.
This solid oak staircase provides a luxurious, homely feel to this new build.
It was designed to include MDF treads and risers ready to be carpeted, a bullnose step, square spindles and additional cladding for a central structural post in the property, which the staircase wraps around.
This staircase is constructed from solid oak with MDF treads and risers. With the addition of carpet, it creates a warm, cosy feel to this room.
The 3 tread winder allows the stairs to fit perfectly in this space, and the square oak spindles on the balustrade perfectly complement the horizontal lines in the oak door below; it’s a perfect fit for this home.
Creating a fresh, light space is this oak and embedded glass balustrade.
The staircase is constructed from solid oak with MDF treads and risers, to reduce cost and allow for carpet to be fitted.
This commercial staircase is both practical and elegant. It was manufactured as an extra wide flight with a quarter landing in order to meet regulations.
The balustrades feature pine square spindles, which have been painted to provide a style which is in keeping with its surroundings.View Case Study
This open plan solid oak staircase features half risers to give the appearance of chunky solid treads
Finished with an embedded glass balustrade and the customers own choice of wall rail gives this staircase a simplistic yet unique feel.
Making the most of the light that floods into the space is this open plan solid oak staircase.
Featuring a quarter landing which fits perfectly against the contours of the wall, this staircase is the perfect design for this space. Its embedded glass balustrade continues across the galleried landing, helping open up the space even more.View Case Study
A beautiful example of an open plan straight flight in solid oak with embedded glass balustrade.
This staircase provides a modern look to this home whilst making the most of the light in the space. The solid oak half risers give the appearance of a much thicker oak tread, which compliments the solid oak newel post and handrail.
This straight flight with quarter landing provides a great focal point in this entranceway. Its chrome half risers complement the clamped glass brackets perfectly.
The open plan design of this staircase works well for anyone looking to make the most of the light in a space.
This T shape solid oak staircase is elegant yet grand in design.
The spindles used here are stop chamfered and a bottom feature bullnose tread has been added. Each flight is carpeted on the treads and risers, which were manufactured from MDF to reduce the overall cost of the stairs.
A fully refurbished staircase using oak stair cladding and embedded glass balustrade. It’s galleried landing and winder treads add interest and character, whilst the feature light brightens up the centre of the space.
This look can be achieved with both a new staircase and refurbishment staircase.View Case Study
A traditional, elegant look has been achieved with this cut string staircase. It features winder treads, pyramid caps, square spindles and an impressive bullnose and curtail step.
Finished with a carpet runner, this staircase fits perfectly with the surrounding décor.
This galleried landing features a solid oak balustrade with a carpeted flight of stairs leading down to the floor below. The spindles used here are stop chamfered and newel caps flat.
This staircase style works well with almost any design, in any space and can be painted or stained to match the interior.
This T shape staircase has been given a whole overhaul. Oak stair cladding and embedded glass panels have been added to create a contemporary, refreshing look on both the stairs and landing.
Carpeting the treads and risers in a light colour provides a good contrast against the oak, making it the feature element in this whole staircase.
This is a great example of a solid oak staircase which has been given a modern look. Rather than use a balustrade, the customer has chosen to add a solid wall and added a wall rail. The staircase itself uses ‘no nosing’ on the treads and stringers which are not visible, giving it a sleek, clean finish.
The staircase is designed with a quarter landing and two bottom treads.
Using new oak stair parts to clad the newel posts and replace the balustrade, this is now a well presented hallway.
The staircase perfectly complements the new oak understairs cupboard door that has been added as part of this project.
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By incorporating Immix stair parts, opting for 'no nosing' treads and painting the strings, the clean lines of this staircase really stand out and makes a stunning feature in the entranceway.
The 3 tread bottom winder not only helps save on space, but it also creates real interest in the corner of the room.
Traditional, classic, timeless. That's how we'd describe this beatifully presented oak staircase in this cottage renovation.
Painting the newel posts, strings and spindles really help balance out the use of stained oak used in the staircase and flooring.
This solid oak staircase with carpeted MDF treads and risers helps create a grand entrance in the space.
The 3 tread winder and feature tread help make the most of the space and allow access to the staircase from the side.
If you’re struggling to get a regular staircase to fit in the space within building regulations, a SpaceSaver loft stairs like this is the ideal solution.
This custom designed SpaceSaver staircase features an oak and embedded glass balustrade.
Open plan staircases with a difference.
This open plan design with 'no nosing' treads incorporates square spindles. It has been stained as well as painted with grey and white paint for a completely different look.
An open plan staircase design such as this works perfectly in a large open space.
This renovation project was meticulously designed by an architectural company who were looking to make the most out of the space. The feature tread helps allow easier access to the staircase when approaching from the side.
This large oak glass staircase complete with landing balustrade looks stunning in this new build entranceway.
The use of large embedded glass panels helps create a large, bright space and really draws the eye up the staircase.
A 6 tread winder works perfectly for this loft conversion.
The balustrade has been painted white to give a clean and contemporary look in the space. Pine mopstick rails have been also painted and added to the wall.