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This was by far the most complex project #RailingLondon has worked on so far. To begin with, we proposed a simple yet extremely elegant staircase with treads, risers and stringers cladded in oak. Dark tones of wood were cooled down with LED light strips fitted under the steps as well as a clear-glass balustrade. The door to the existing wine cellar and the partition wall to the study were both manufactured in clear, toughened glass in order to add to a clean, classy look of the property. We let glass dominate the exterior of the house, as well. The existing door opening and the terrace were brightened up with clear-glass balustrades topped with satin finish stainless steel cap rails. Safe, simple and effective!
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2016-06-23
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Modular staircases are designed to fit in within any space and suit any taste. Not only do they offer functionality and aesthetics, but they can also be adapted to your style so that you get a staircase that reflects who you are. That is what we love about them and that’s why, soon they will be in our offer! Whether you dream of a straight or U-shaped staircase, it can all be designed with #RailingLondon!
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2016-04-21
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We are always looking for “something out there”, trying to make our property stand out. For this particular project, the answer was a mezzanine floor with an access spiral staircase. The entire construction was manufactured in painted metal and natural wood in order to fit in with the home décor. What is more, black treads and flooring tiles contrast beautifully with oak infill panels to bring out the unusual shape of the stairs and liven up the living room area.
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2016-03-22
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This floating staircase was designed and manufactured to fit in within limited space of the corridor. Both the treads and the landings are anchored to the wall, which makes the whole construction look airy yet as sturdy as ever. The use of oak cladding is not at all accidental. We wished to create a sharp contrast between the natural wood and the concrete wall with original shuttering finish. It is further highlighted by the use of LED lightning and a glass balustrade. You have to admit that the final effect is intriguing.
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Upon the installation of a swimming pool, the client needed a sturdy staircase that would last for years and, at the same time, constitute a decoration in itself. We proposed floating stairs with oak-clad treads with integrated anti-slip inserts. In order to keep it airy and elegant we installed a frameless glass balustrade that is held with stainless steel glass adapters. Finally, a steel handrail in a satin finish added a refreshing look to the whole construction.
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2016-02-16
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This minimalist interior was crying for some dramatic décor. We proposed a zig-zag staircase with walnut cladding to the treads, so that both an extraordinary shape of the stairs and dark tones of wood livened up the hallway. It features two square curtail steps at the very bottom that add to the decorative look. LED lighting fit under each step makes the whole construction very elegant and illuminates the otherwise dark space. Last but not least, the glass balustrade not only provides extra security, but it also reflects the warm glow of LEDs.
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It's amazing what you can do with structural glass and a touch of creativity! This transparent cantilever staircase was designed to maximise natural light, create an airy atmosphere, and – most importantly – to pep up the living room. The use of toughened and laminated glass for the treads make this construction as sturdy as ever, whereas the handrail with integrated LED lights adds to its elegance. Right next to the staircase, we installed custom-made shelving units – what a great way to store your belongings and also decorate a living area.
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2016-02-08
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There are very few ways to make a property stand out and one of them is a stunning staircase. We were asked to design and install two-flight stairs, running from the ground floor to the second floor. In order to keep the rooms luminous we designed a floating staircase with oak-clad treads anchored to the wall. There are no visible fixtures, thanks to which the whole construction fits in perfectly with the minimalist house décor. The glass wall balustrades create a stunning effect, allowing the light to flow throughout the room, and provide extra security.
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2016-02-02
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