Sarah Beeny's Oak Staircase in Somerset
Sarah Beeny commissioned a Georgian style solid oak staircase for her Somerset project
Solid oak Gothic style staircase with double height gallery
Solid oak staircase for an Arts & Crafts Manor in Somerset
Three storey solid oak staircase for an Arts & Crafts Manor in Somerset
Gothic style soild oak & iron staircase, specially designed and made to order for a private client in Surrey
Tudor style oak staircase, designed and installed for a private home in Connecticut, USA
Special commision for a hand-carved Wyvern finial in solid oak
C17th style oak staircase, with pierced splat balusters
Solid oak staircase with barley-twist balusters
Oak spiral staircase for a barn conversion in Somerset
Spiral staircase and mezzanine in solid oak for a Westcountry barn conversion
C16th style solid oak staircase for a private home in Berkshire
Restoration of a magnificent original C16th staircase in a Devonshire Manor
Majestic carved oak finial as part of the restoration of an original staircase
Solid oak staircase for a private residence in Connecticut, USA
Classical monkey tail hand rail for a Georgian property in Central London
Arts & Crafts style oak staircase, designed and installed for the National Trust
Restoration of this striking mid-C17th painted staircase in Wiltshire

Oak Staircases

All of our solid oak staircases are designed and made to order, including the staircase recently commissioned by Sarah Beeny, for her TV Series, New Life in the Country. Everything we produce is entirely bespoke, which means our clients are very much involved in the detailed design process. This could involve anything from selecting a baluster design or choosing the style of carving on a newel post, to deciding on the finished colour.

We design and make all styles of bespoke staircases from hand-carved oak Tudor staircases with elaborate finials, grand sweeping Georgian style staircases with monkey tail handrails and ornate turned balusters, to a single flight of oak treads and risers. All of our staircases are made from the finest quarter sawn oak and once hand polished exude a unique patina and shine.

Whether you require a three-storey hand carved solid oak staircase for a Manor House, or some simple turned oak finials for a country cottage, we would be pleased to discuss the options available to you.

How do I commission an Oak Staircase?

After a brief discussion about what style of staircase you are interested in and the rough size indication, we give you some estimation of cost.

Following a site survey, we produce working drawings for you to approve. We would also discuss the finer design details such as finials, turnings and newel posts, along with preparing colour samples for your consideration.

We then begin manufacture. We start by selecting the finest quarter sawn oak boards from our stock. These are then carefully machined and jointed together by hand.

All our work is then polished by hand, to match your approved sample, using water based stains, shellac sealers, and beeswax polish.

Everything is then delivered to site for our team of talented craftsmen to install at your convenience.

We then give one final buff which gives our timber a unique patina only achievable using quarter sawn hand polished oak.

  • Over 40 years’ experience
  • Bespoke design to your exact specifications
  • Specialists in period details including Medieval, Tudor, Renaissance, Elizabethan, Jacobean, Georgian, Classical and Arts & Crafts styles
  • Fully integrated solid oak multi-storey staircases or simple oak treads and risers
  • New builds, or period properties; private homes, commercial properties or historic buildings
  • Restoration and/or replication of period oak joinery
  • Turned oak or hand carved oak balusters, newel posts and finials
  • Hand finished to a bespoke sample chosen by yourself
  • Installed by our skilled team of specialist joiners
  • Typical project values from £5,000 to £100,000+

“Taking their inspiration from the late medieval times up to the start of the 18th century, the group can claim to to have led the revival of English oak furniture making”

Richard Shiner – Limited Edition Magazine

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