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Domestic Staircase Services

When creating a staircase for the home, each and every customer has very tailered views as to what they want and need.



Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire

This zig-zag design staircase was installed into our client’s home. The metal has been finished to give an industrial finish.

It also uses frameless glass balustrade, which in some panels is flush to the ceiling, to add to the contemporary design.



Litte Baddow, Essex

This staircase project was installed in our client’s home. Its minimalistic design incorporates a hidden stringer, LED lights within the treads and frameless glass balustrade.



North West London

This project was for 2 flights as part of a multi-floor staircase to be installed into our client’s home.

The minimalistic design gives a very contemporary feel and the glass balustrade sits flush to the ceiling on both flights.



Muswel Hill, London

This unique, free-standing, zig-zag design staircase involves open treads and frameless glass balustrade. As a feature staircase, it gives a continuous flow and a very contemporary feel.

Client Comments:

Designed and built a bespoke steel and glass zigzag staircase for my North London Maisonette.
Is now the centerpiece to the open plan area and a better result than could ever have been designed in wood, which was the original plan.
Company were a pleasure to deal with and very professional. You felt they were constructing something for their own home, such was the care and attention to detail.
Will definitely be using Essex Design for my new terrace/stairs in the spring of 2013. Thank you.



Muswell Hill, London

The design gives a continuous and contemporary flow and the frameless balustrade, which is a main feature found thoughtout this project, creates the needed light and space they required,which is also extremely durable and easily maintained.



Stoke Newington, London

This project was completed at our client's house and demonstrates the zig-zag stringer in a straight flight staircase.

The contemporary design involves open treads, Zig-Zag style stringers and also structural glass, which is self-supporting, giving the overall project a free-flowing design, enhancing the illusion of extra space and light.



Cambridge

This project combines the usage of a hidden stringer and also frameless glass balustrade on the staircase and first floor. The design gives a continuous and contemporary flow and the frameless balustrade creates the needed light and space they required,which is also extremely durable and easily maintained.



Hornchurch, Romford

This balustrade project was installed onto our clients existing staircase. This project compromises of 40 x 40mm box stainless and 10mm toughened glass, which in this project follows the profile of the tread. It is a fully welded construction, and can be used as a complete refurbishment to any existing staircase.



Colchester, Essex

This design staircase was added as a feature in our client’s living room. It incorporates handrail to one side and a glass wall to the other, which terminates at the ceiling.