Staircase Entry Steps
Staircase Entry Step Detail
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.
Double sided Curtail
- On the Prescott Flaired staircase you can see a double sided curtail bottom step with a curved edge to the front of the bottom step and the first few steps. To see more pictures of the Prescott Flaired staircase click here .
Bullnose Step -
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 makes
your hall feel more spacious by setting the newel post back one step
but it also adds strength the the bottom newel post.
Just want to buy a Bullnose Step ? Go to Our Online Store section for Stair Treads.
Double Curtail Step -
is what we call a double curtail entry step these can look very impressive
but these cannot be used in a narrow hallway.
The bottom step is a Double Go Curtail step and the seconde step is a Single Go Curtail step ( or what you would class as a standard Curtail step).
Double Sided Double Curtail Steps
This staircase has double sided double curtail steps in Oak the strings newel posts and handrails are also in Oak but the straight treads are in Parana Pine ready for carpeting.
Look at the Townsend Staircase - Bespoke Openplan staircase with a Squared off double curtail step
Click here .
Entry Step Drawings
Double Bullnose Step
Double Go Curtail step
Double Curtail Step
Straight Oak Staircase With Bullnose Step
Left is a Straight oak staircase with a left hand bullnose entry step
This staircase has the Brooklyn newel posts and spindles.