For many, internal interior design is very important. It stamps the taste and personality of those who live there but unlike furniture, decorative accessories, or lighting structural changes, like the cantilevered stair, also known as floating or suspended stairs, attract high costs but they such a difference to the look and feel of a space that the investment is worth it, particularly if you are working with a small or limited space!
A cantilever step is a beam anchored at one end into the wall. Cantilevered staircases are independent steps anchored to a stringer beam or a bearing wall. Making sure the staircase is secure is where some of the cost lies. The stairs remain anchored using the support of bolts or pins; which give the feel and look of floating stairs. Cantilevered stairs might feel like they only belong in modern homes, but they can be found anywhere.
They can look quite dramatic and are great for outside and inside your home!
Cantilevered staircases have a modern feel. Their design, and because there is less material and more space, allows more natural light into rooms, making them feel bigger. Here are the most popular types of cantilevered stairs.
No matter which type of staircase you choose, keep your safety in mind; using only premium quality materials. Today, cantilevered stairs are available in different types and attractive designs. There is enormous scope to design stairs that fit your home and style.
Benefits of using cantilevered stairs:
Often installing a new staircase can cause quite of disruption and limited access when under construction. The process of installing a Cantilevered Staircase, however, can be done by adding temporary treads in place so access is easier. Best of all they;
A Cantilevered Stair can also be designed as a curve, cone or helical thread shape and in either composite, concrete or wood materials.