Center-beam Staircase Designs

There are many types of staircases to choose from when you are customizing your very own staircase design. Whether it is for a residential home or a commercial space, a center-beam staircase may be the perfect fit for your space!

There are many different factors to consider when designing a custom center-beam staircase. When creating a center-beam staircase design for a residential home, combining different elements such as glass and stainless steel can change the overall aesthetic of your design. Choosing a custom wood stain can drastically change your staircase design as well. Selecting a dark stain against light walls and flooring can create a nice contrasting element to the overall aesthetic.

When designing a center-beam staircase for commercial spaces, there are specific building codes that must be followed. Our custom staircase designs follow strict protocols of the Florida Building Code without compromising the overall aesthetics. As per Florida Building Code, handrails must be installed on both sides of the staircase to manage dual traffic flowing up and down the staircase. It is definitely possible to comply with these building codes without compromising the overall aesthetic of the design.

Residential: Center-beam staircase with closed risers

Residential space: Center-beam staircase with closed riser wood treads and glass inlay railings.

Residential space: The steel center-beam was painted white, contrasting nicely with the beech wood treads and brushed stainless steel elements.

Residential space: The steel center-beam with the beech wood open riser treads and brushed stainless steel elements.

Commercial Space: High-end center-beam staircase design features leather wrapped handrails

Commercial Space: High-end center-beam staircase design features leather wrapped handrails

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