Wooden stairs

The stairs are created by us from Polish and exotic wood. We combine it with metal and glass, depending on the type and style of construction, and your own design.

Folded stairs

Specific way of connecting the tread and riser allows for achieving a solid staircase structure. Because of this, the stairs look as if they were cut out from one piece of wood. They seem to be a one folded plate of stairs.

Cantilever stairs

These stairs seem to hover in the air. They do not optically divide space. They are installed in the wall, which makes it important to consider their fitting at the stage of designing your interiors.

Curved stairs

Creating curved stairs requires more than woodworking abilities. We treat them as a form of art. The whole staircase construction is purely handcrafted.

Spiral stairs

Spiral stairs are designed on a circle or even square plan. Because they do not take a lot of space, we recommend them in smaller interiors.

Self-supporting stairs

Self-Supporting stairs are easily composed into all types of spaces. They form an independent construction, which causes that their fitting is easier.

We do not only deal with woodworking, but also hammered metalworking. Among the materials we use to make our stairs with a soul you can find: both Polish and exotic wood, metal and glass (including curved material). Find more about our materials:

Materials

European Oak

Its wood is distinguished by a light beige colour and characteristic grain, which makes it a popular material for the production of stairs, floors and doors.

Ash

A straw-coloured wood with decorative streaks. It is hard, heavy, elastic, and also resistant to weather conditions.

European Walnut

Each walnut has an entirely different colour. It assumes different tinges ranging from light-grey to brown-black. It is characterised by stripes, which makes this wood resemble rare exotic species.

American Walnut

Hard, dark-brown wood which is extremely durable and elastic. It has a broad application, from door up to furniture production.

Sucupira

This exotic wood from South America is known from its hard timber structure and resistance to damp and material wear. Its coffee colour is sprinkled with a characteristic grain.

Sapeli

This African wood is characterised by its specific colours combining the elements of red, gold and brown. It is often used as a material for musical instruments.

Bodo

Also known as African Walnut, specific for its considerable hardness. Its copper-coloured timber has a brown, vein-like decorative texture.

Doussie

The yellow-red-orange colour of doussie is really unique. This wood is highly durable and used in ship building.

Iroko

This African wood assumes colours ranging from honey, olive to chocolate. It is hard, oily to the touch and resistant to pests.

Jatoba

This wood comes from South America and the Caribbean. It has decorative stripes and assumes pink, brown and red colours. It is characterised by natural hardness. It is often used in bridge building.

Teak

Teak wood comes from Indonesia. It has a brown colour and dark vein texture. It exhibits resistance to water. It is often applied in boatbuilding and artistic products.

Meranti

Hardwood from the regions of Malaysia and Indonesia, characteristic for its orange colour. It is used in the building industry.

Mahogany

Mahogany trees grow in Antilles and Central America. They are known for having a specific reddish colour and regular grain structure. They are also extremely damp resistant.

Wenge

This tree grows in along the equator and is threatened with extinction. It is characterised by a dark brown colour.

Palisander

Despite of hard structure it is easy to be worked on. It can occur in brown, red and even violet colouring. It is specific to the regions of Asia and South America.

Merbau

A dark brown-red wood with small grain. This type is resistant to damp and harder than oak. Merbau trees grow, among others, in Borneo and Sumatra.

Zebrano

It is a striped wood of African origin. Distinguished by high contents of resins, it is elastic, hard and heavy. It presents an interesting grain image.

Stainless steel

Thanks to added chrome alloys, it is resistant to corrosion. A composition of iron and chrome gives it a silver-like colour, shiny lustre and resistance to high temperatures.

Acid-resistant steel

Resistance to acids is granted by an alloy of chrome, nickel, manganese, titan or copper. This type of steel shows the ability to regenerate its outer surface protection.

Brass

This zinc and copper alloy of orange-yellow colour is easy to plastic forming. It exhibits high corrosion resistance.

Hardened glass

It is specified by resistance to temperature and mechanical damages. Due to previous hardening, the glass breaks into small pieces when falling, thus eliminating the risk of getting hurt.

Laminated glass

A few layers of glass are joined together by using a special resin or foil. Thanks to this treatment, the glass does not fall apart but form a ‘cobweb’ when crushed.

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