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CURVED CONCRETE STAIRS

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READING, BERKSHIRE RG31 6JH
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Just by adding a "curved edge/edges" to your stair can add style

and can also take the blandness off a straight flight.

Although you do not get a sweeping soffit, the curved edge of the 

stair still creates that sweeping feel. Your curved staircase can be finished with all products, including stone, marble, tiles, wood and caarpent. You may even chose to leave the stairs in their "raw" form.

 

 

concrete stairs, 1 metre wide, finished with carpet and wooden balustrade. Concrete stairs
This staircase was 1100mm wide, the solid concrete balustrade was 900mm high and 100mm wide Concrete stairs
This helical concrete stairs had solid concrete balustrades both sides, the balustrade was 900mm high and 75mm wide. Helical concrete stairs
This staircase had a curved soffit on the winder sections and a series of straight steps at the base and head of the stairs Bespoke concrete stairs
This staircase was constructed in the exclusive Manressa road in London. A huge staircase, it was 1600mm wide and the floor to floor was 4 metres. The balustrade was part bronze and part metal. Concrete closed string
This staircase was 1 metre wide and finished with a glass balustrade and marble treadsh Glass balustrade
This staircase was 1 metre wide and finished with beautiful walnut treads and wooden balustrades Spiral concrete stairs
This staircase was 1100mm wide and the stair itself was a finished/polished concrete. The balustrade was metal Sepped soffit concrete stairs
This double concrete stairs was constructed in West London. The steps were I meter wide with a central landing. The treads and risers were stone, the balustrade metal Concrete entrance steps
Lovely helical flight in Wales. The stairs were 900mm wide. The balustrade was a metal rope design, the treads/risers were tiled. Helical concrete stairs

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