The most traditional design of Victorian spiral staircases, dating back to the 19th century, has three Victorian balusters per tread. Not only is this in keeping with the design, but it reduces the gaps between the balusters to less than 100mm to comply with building regulations. This design is perfect for those looking for either an internal or external spiral staircase.
Victorian Spiral With 3 Balusters Per Tread
Turned staircases are masters of disguise. With their right-angled forms, they can conceal upper floors from view and fit into spaces you would never imagine. They also operate under a variety of different aliases, including: winder staircases, kited staircases, L shaped stairs and even ‘dog-legged’ stairs. If you’ve spent time looking for a new staircase, […]READ MORE