13 Innovative Stairs for Interiors
Modern design, but above all innovation. The new stairs for interiors present avant-garde solutions to connect two different floors of an apartment, generally the lower one with the loft. Easy assembly, minimum encumbrance and maximum safety are certainly the most popular technical aspects at the moment.
Timber, proposed by Rintal, is, for example, the first full-scale modular day in wood, in the tread as in the structure. Thanks to its simple and elegant design, it enhances every environment in which it is installed.
With this product the company also addresses its production to the scales in kits, to indulge the most different requests coming from the national and international market.
The structure and the steps are made of solid multilayer beech wood available in two shades, natural and walnut. The handrail, in the same shades of the steps, is made of solid beech wood.
The extreme adaptability of timber allows to regulate both the risers and the treads directly in the laying phase and to choose the type of landing.
The basic kit includes 12 steps complete with internal railing but you can customize your staircase thanks to the wide range of accessories present.
He elegantly combines the different levels of flats and studios in the Reflex collection of Fontanot.
It has been intact designed to complete and enrich the living space with materials, colors and design with a refined taste.
Here the natural beauty of the wood joins the strength and the gloss of the steel to give to the prefabricated stairs and the railings a modern footprint but at the same time adaptable also to the classic furnishings.
The Lux and Titan scales are available round, square and ramp to be installed in any type of environment.
The Lux stairs are composed of steps in solid beech wood or ash joined with balusters in stainless steel with polished finish and handrail in solid wood.
Those titans, on the other hand, combine the warm color of the solid wood of the steps with the brilliance of the brushed stainless steel balusters. The iron-bearing structure is combined in this case with steps made in fusing.
Thus a decidedly spectacular whole is obtained, able to enhance the usability of the room where the large mezzanine becomes the protagonist.
The essential and functional design of the spiral staircase does not weigh down the structure, giving a sober and clean elegance to the surrounding spaces.