Our Heritage range of curved timber staircases display the elegant styling and beautiful woodworking of the Georgian colonial era.
Run your hand around the gently curving handrail, starting from the beautifully crafted curtail scroll and notice the carefully fitted return nosings and scotias, and the delicately shaped end brackets.

 

 

 


The picture on the left shows a half turn geometrical staircase with a feature wrought iron balustrade.
It is based on a 450-5 stair plan.

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The staircase on the right is similar to the 900 stair plan. It is a quarter turn cut string with decorative bracket, curved risers,  starting scroll, tread and hand rail.
The entire staircase is made with Red Cedar.

 

 



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The staircase on the right is based on a 600-1 stair plan. It has a double sided scroll and handrail. A cupboard has been built underneath the stairs for extra storage space.

 

 



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The staircase on the right has a closed sting on the wall side and a cut string on the outer.
It is based on the 1500-1 stair plan and has timber panelling on both the wall and under the staircase.
Curved balustrading has been used in the gallery upstairs to match the staircase design.

 

 



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The staircase on the right is similar to a 900-3 stair plan.
It has a double scroll and handrail. The right hand side rail only goes part of the way up then terminates into the wall.
 

 

 



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The picture on the right shows a painted timber staircase with curtail scroll starting tread (step) and handrail. This was built square into the corner to avoid building a curved wall. The stairs use a closed string on the wall side and a cut string on the outer to display the colonial style featuring of the wrought iron balusters.
This staircase based on a 600-4 Stair Plan
 

 

 



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