Staircase Entry Steps
Choosing your entry step detail is a very important part of your staircase it is going to be the most focal point of most staircases and in most homes it is the first thing people see when they open the front door.
Above you can see the Prescott Staircase - this has a Single double depth curtail step.
Double Depth Curtail Entry Step
The photo's above show the staircase has a double depth curtail with a single curtail as the second step.
these can look very impressive but these cannot be used in a narrow hallway
staircase has a bullnose step This staircase has a Bullnose entry step
this is by far the most popular of the entry steps and we usually
recommend this as it not only make your hall feel more spacious by
setting the newel post back one step but it also adds strength the
the bottom newel post.
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This one has been left deeper than normal as a customer request, The newel post and string are left long to sit onto the concrete sub floor.
Again a bullnose step.
Double Bullnose step
Curtail Entry Step
The Curtail Entry step is another popular choice, this is a single going curtail - Usually used with a volute detail.
This staircase has a double double sided single curtail steps.
Triple Going curtail
On the Netherfield Staircase above you can see we did a bespoke Triple going curtail step.