A contemporary staircase with timber treads, glass balustrades and leather handrails to make the most of the light and space in the room.
The stair layout was arranged to maximize both walking space in the centre of the room and light from the door and windows. The design is visually as light as possible. Plaster soffits sit between the stringers giving a clean appearance to the underside.
The staircase has thick Douglas fir treads and quarter-landings with risers to match the house flooring. Risers have been sat slightly back from the treads to create a feature in the thickness of the treads.
A low iron glass balustrade lets in maximum light and is framed by a leather handrail sat directly onto the glass without the need for ugly fixings.
Low Iron glass balustrade on pine staircase