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Unique Floating Staircase with Feature Oak Handrails, Cumbria

A unique floating staircase featuring reclaimed oak treads and handrail, designed for a barn conversion in Cumbria; every detail fabricated with absolute precision to bring character to the building’s original history.

Sometimes Less Really Is More

Whilst in terms of height, this was one of Bisca’s smallest staircase creations – it still packs its punch as one we are particularly proud of. Our client initially gained inspiration from our staircase gallery, contacting us because they felt Bisca had the expertise needed to create a feature staircase, which would bring a genuine exclusivity to their property. Having got to understand the project specification, Bisca was responsible for the entire process, taking care of the initial concept design through to installation, developing a stair design which befitted the history of the building.

Key to the success of the project for the homeowners, was to retain a sense of space underneath and around the foot of the staircase; whilst also optimising the stunning views of the surrounding Cumbrian hills – encouraging these to travel through the bedroom window and be enjoyed from other areas of the property.

Here’s What Our Client Had To Say…

“Our small staircase is a key feature of our barn conversion project in Cumbria. We wanted something special, which we got in every way. Bisca’s portfolio showed that they are able to produce magical staircases. Starting from Bisca’s website, our first personal contact set a good tone, which was followed up by a visit to Bisca’s workshop and meeting personally with the team. The design they came up with fully met the brief and exceeded our expectations.”

Partners For This Project

Architect – John Coward Architects
Builders – Kane Groundworks, Cumbria

For further information about how this unique floating staircase was formed, please contact sales on 01439 771702 and quote the reference below:

Project ID: 9565