White Oak and Glass Staircase
Combining oak with painted white timber is a design styling which works on two levels. Here at Abbott-Wade, we understand that for the aesthetically minded stair designer, the contrasting colour tones complement each other magnificently, with the warmth of the oak combining with the pristine brilliance of the white. This is particularly true when incorporating glass into the balustrade to create an oak and glass staircase.
For the pragmatists amongst us, the elegant white timber can be added into the ornate parts of the staircase such as the spindles, apron and stringers while the handrail and newel cap which receive the most wear and tear are manufactured in hardwearing oak as it is much less susceptible to scuffs and scratches.
We want your oak and glass staircase to be as durable as possible and what is more that can still be achieved thanks to the expertise and knowledge of our experienced design and installation professionals. All our staircases are bespoke so, despite the advice and information from our team, the final combination, which creates your oak and glass staircase, will always be entirely in your hands.
Many homeowners, who are looking to change their staircase or to have a new staircase installed, opt for a combination of materials to ensure a truly unique design which is why oak and glass staircases are proving to be so popular. You can benefit from the best of both materials by combining the two. There are so many diverse styles and choices available that it is no surprise that these type of staircases are amongst our most sought-after designs.