Our focus of the staircase was the stained timber treads and handrail with all other timber components painted to match the tall skirting boards in the home. The Cut Stinger construction with traditional Scotia under each nosing showcased the solid timber treads, giving the floor an almost floating look as you moved between levels.
Again keeping with design 115mm Grand Newel posts were used with detailed post tops and beading as well as 65mm traditional timber handrail. To begin the staircase on each level the handrail was handmade so it could bend into the bottom post to finish level. This handmade detail of the balustrade gave it the elegance and prestige requested by our client.
The Brighton-Le Sands is a Closed Rise, Cut Stringer Staircase with Grey Ironbark Treads and handrail. The Staircase Balustrade features custom made posts & balusters with continuous handrail including scrolls and goose necks.
Project Year: 2018
Project Cost: $25,001 AUD - $50,000 AUD
The Araluen is an Closed Rise, Cut String Staircase using custom painted turned balusters and posts.This design incorporates a continuous S1 – Moulded Blackbutt Handrail complete with volutes and handcrafted bends in order to produce a continuous handhold throughout the entire staircase.
This staircase has been designed to incorporate frets and scotia two components that are rarely seen in modern staircases and are normally only displayed in heritage buildings.
With this heritage design in mind the staircase called for the use of recycled timber for the handrail and treads to provide the traditional finishing touches; these together with the volutes’ and turned balusters transform this staircase into a stunning example of the heritage style staircases that OzStair is known for in the industry.
This classic timber staircase is constructed using the closed riser, cut string construction method. This staircase utilizes Box newels to provide the classic styling the client requested aswell as the use of bends in the lower flight to promote a feeling of space.
The client requested a simple feature panel against the wall, this adds to the classic feeling of the stair.