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Closed stringer stairs

Elegant and safe, closed stringer stairs are a favourite of many. It might be their timeless design or the appeal of classic, practical house solutions, or a reasonable price, but one thing is for certain – they are here, and they are here to stay. It does not matter what kind of material is used to create them, they will fit into every house, big or small, and be a great addition to the overall decoration idea of the interior.

Stairs with closed stringers – high quality for a reasonable price

Closed stringer stairs are unique in that the edges of the steps are actually hidden (or “tucked in”) thanks to two boards implemented on the sides. It makes it harder for your leg to get stuck between the balusters, for example as a result of stumbling. For this design choice alone, this type of decoration piece is often recommended for places where older people, children or small pets live. This ensures that the risk of unfortunate accidents occurring is limited to a minimum.

The other selling point for closed stringer stairs is the appeal of a classic, timeless design, bringing fond memories from childhood and teenage years. One cannot underestimate the power of nostalgia – and such is the case here. However, it is not only due to tradition that these types of house additions are implemented still to this day. The main reason is the sturdiness that this design choice has – here, practicality meets with pure elegance, making for a wonderfully functional piece.

The pictures that you can see below represent the initial project of closed stringer stairs from many angles. Of course, each Client’s needs are perceived individually, meaning that the final result will be as close to your ideal vision as possible, whether it comes to the colour, material or curvature. Feel free to contact us if any questions need answering or visit our showroom and take a look at our products yourself. We are sure that we are the right choice if you are in need of a well-made, sturdy and aesthetically pleasing house additions.

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