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There's no bigger focal point than the staircase.

Spindles & Newel Posts

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Timber Cladding

Cladded can be added to give off a nice sleek finish for the underside of the staircase. The main advantage is its structural protection and

Timber Panelling

Traditional wood panelling helps create fluidity between floors and complements your home’s interior. Wood paneling is environmentally friendly, especially when compared to other options.

Plasterboard

The underside of a staircase can be plastered. The main advantages of using plasterboard are, environmental friendliness, high strength and, easy and quick installation.

Handrails & Profiles

A handrail is supported by balusters for indoor staircase railings. They serve practical and decorative purposes. Traditionally, handrail was included as a safety measure with

Newel Posts

Newels are the vertical posts which support the handrail of a staircase. They are usually installed at the bottom, top, and on any landings of

Straight

A straight staircase is considered the most convenient option, but it’s important to keep in mind that it takes up the most space. It is called

L-Shaped

The L-shaped staircase consists of two flights of stairs, which are located at right angles to each other. L-shaped staircases differ from each other by the

U-Shaped

A U-shaped staircase is a structure that consists of two straight flights of stairs. Its main feature is that each run is 180 degrees in relation