Contemporary & Traditional Staircases
Our company offers a wide variety of traditional staircase configurations including: traditional close and cut string, open rise, spiral and helical staircases. The product range varies with many standard designs and patterns to choose from, although we can also accommodate any chosen design to suit your application and needs. These staircases can be constructed in a variety of quality kiln dried Hardwood’s such as Mahogany, Ash, Iroko, Oak, Walnut and any other suitable species for staircase production.
At Woodside, we manufacture a comprehensive range of turned twisted or fluted balusters and newel posts in-house to several patterns. In addition to our range, we also endeavour to match any existing pattern if required.
The Woodside Contemporary range of staircases comprises of stainless steel newel posts and balusters, as well as spiral staircases to add the contemporary feel to your home, as well as incorporating all of the latest materials and manufacturing techniques at hand. A custom-built contemporary staircase is only limited by the designer’s imagination, making use of a wide variety of materials to produce what are often strikingly original forms.
Contemporary staircase designs challenge the designer and stair builder on different levels altogether and takes commitment from both parties. Contemporary or modern stair designs let the mind run free, or at least should. These designs can be gloriously simple using clean lines and unusual materials. They can also be curved, straight or just about anything you want! Including glass, stainless steel and, of course, timber which can all be combined within the more contemporary staircase, to bring together and complement other materials or features of the home.
Every staircase, traditional and contemporary, is manufactured to design and truly bespoke and of the highest quality. Customers can pick their favourite design and alter it to their taste by choosing material that will blend in with their design idea for the rest of their property. After fitting, the staircase can then be finished as required, either french-polished for hardwoods or painted for softwoods.