A timber staircase is a great way to add a touch of warmth to your premises even if it is the only fixture that is made of wood. This is suitable for those who wants subtle element of wood.
Chengal is the product of a single species, Neobalanocarpus heimii, in Peninsular Malaysia. It is an exceptional outdoor wood known for its strength and durability against harsh weather conditions. The only flaw in this wood is the numerous “pin holes” which are the galleries of dead Ambrosia beetles that attack almost all living trees of Chengal. Except on aesthetic grounds, this is not objectionable because the strength of the wood is never significantly affected by these pin holes.
Cantilevered Stairs have independent steps which are anchored to a bearing wall or a stringer beam embedded in a wall. The idea is to give the impression of floating stairs. It is a uniquely intelligent piece of architecture and engineering and undeniably, a classic trend of all time.
Here are some cantilever staircase made from timber that we absolutely love!
THE ONE WITH LIGHTS
Interior wood stairs can be enhanced by adding lights to the steps. Especially when it comes to cantilevered staircases, lights can be the perfect way to pop up the warm colors.
Find a light with every step you take. Literally
THE ONE WITH NO HAND RAILS
Floating stair treads give an amazing modern look to your space and add charm to the place. These sheer beauties don’t have any support with them.
Look ma, no hands!
THE ONE WITH 2 ANCHORED ENDS
Being one of the most stable floating wood steps, the stairs are well supported from both sides and adds a subtle vibe to your home. These can also be used in offices to maintain an elegant and modern look at the same time.
THE ONE WITH ONLY 1 ANCHORED END
The interior wood stairs with one anchored end are stable and add a warm touch to your space. Today, most of the cozy homes have these staircases installed.
THE ONE WITH TWISTS
Adding a twist to your house, these unique installed floating wood steps are perfect to depict your modern preferences. These are rare and unique that fewer people prefer them.
A unique piece of architecture- a staircase with a twist