Here you find all indoor staircases and outdoor staircases designed by DOLLE. Wide range of stylish space saving staircases, spiral staircases, wood staircases and steel staircases.
Use the filter (left) to find the staircase matching your needs and interior. Under each product you choose size, colour, format and treads (wood type).
HOW TO MEASURE FOR A STAIRCASE
Go to our Measurement guide to learn how to measure your room for a staircase.
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When choosing an interior staircase for the home, it is important to consider the need for the upcoming staircase and its function. How much space is there above the stairs (headroom). How often will you use it? How steep can it be? How wide should it be? How much space can the stairs fill at the top and bottom?
Staircase to loft conversions, to bedroom or office? We have staircases that will fit. On the other hand, if it is a staircase to the 1st floor of the home, which you use several times a day, the need for comfort and quality is bigger? Here you should look at HAMBURG, alternatively PARIS or CORK which takes up less space in the room. UK building code has different requirements and specifications for primary and secondary staircases. Primary staircases have stricter requirements where secondary you may have the option of a cheaper more space-saving option. Contact us if you require more information.
It is important that you think about how much room the stairs take up? You may want to mark with tape on the floor so that you can get a picture of how much floor space it will take up. It is not only the size of the staircase itself that must be considered when choosing a staircase. There must also be space to get in and out of the stairs. How much space is there at the foot of the stairs and how much space is there at the top – see our elaborate technical drawings and measurements (DIMENSION) under each staircase.
A staircase consists roughly of treads. Wooden treads generally feel soft and comfortable to walk on, we have both oiled and lacquered wooden treads. Often wood and surface treatment are chosen after the flooring, so that the floor and staircase match.