Gardnor Road, Hampstead, London NW3

Main staircase:
Back in 1970’s, the house was divided into flats, the original staircase removed and a kitchen was installed in this space instead. When we deal with period properties, it is very important to be true to the building therefore, we brought back the original layout of the house and (with some research into Victorian floor plans) we designed and built the staircase the way it would have been made 136 years ago. We installed a dado rail to match the period with Oak flooring to bring back the old charm.

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Cam Farr added this to Carmel's ideas5 November 2021

stair threads ...are they noisy ?

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J O'Shea added this to Hallway29 September 2021

Wooden staircase to replace our carpet?

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Lynda Ridley added this to Victorian homes29 September 2021

New but aged engineered oak stair treads and floorboards oiled with Old English oil and distressed with a hammer

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lesleyloo19 added this to Stairs2 August 2021

Can our stairs have more character and Can there be storage

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