Staircase in kit | CORK

Stylish staircase and a good combination of quality, flexibility and comfort. The stair has wide and deep treads in solid oak and solid beech.


Pick in between oak or beech for your staircase treads and handrail

The wood is varnished, solid and from FSC® certified forestry. Choosing wood for your staircase is often connected to the floor wood type of your home, therefore you here have the option of both oak and beech. The surface of the treads and handrail is highly durable, scratch-resistant, and easy to maintain thanks to a semi-gloss varnish.


Banister types

CORK has 3 different banister styles (you pick banister variant when you configurate): 
 

  • CLASSIC II - 2 vertical balusters per tread.
  • CLASSIC III - 3 vertical balusters per tread. 
  • STYLE 6 - horizontal fillings Ø6 mm. 

    All the banisters are developed with high strength to provide good stability in premium finish. The balusters are mounted on the outside of the treads to ensure a good and wide walk line.
    The vertical balusters Classic II or Classic III prevents children from climbing the banister. For CORK Classic II the distance between balusters is 16,9 cm, if you want to reduce that you must pick Classic III with a distance between balusters of 7,2 cm. 


    Type of stair:

    You pick type of stair when you configurate.

     

    Straight flight

    Quarter turn

    Half turn


    Configure stair


    Colour - wood combinations:

    You pick colour and wood combination when you configurate the stair.

    Pearl grey

    Anthracite

    Black

    White

    Varnished beech treads or oak treads


    Measurement:

    See all measurements for the stair in your home here Dimensions (all measurements)

    Going

    19.4 cm

    Staircase width

    75 cm

    Max. floor-to-floor height

    360 cm

    Numbers of treads

    11 - 15 treads


    Configure stair


    Space saving staircase with good comfort

    CORK is a stylish comfort meets value for money. A good combination of quality, flexibility and comfort. The stair has wide and deep treads in solid oak and solid beech, and a several customization options


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