When it comes to home renovations, homeowners often focus on remodelling walls, redesigning floors, redesigning living spaces or getting new furniture. In such cases, existing stairs do not receive the attention they need and are left untreated. If you want to overhaul your current staircase or even improve your layout with a new staircase, hardwood is a great addition to your property. Solid wood stair treads will make a dramatic addition to the overall look of your home. They showcase your refined taste and add a natural sophistication and luxurious warmth to your interior.
At the heart of a stair tread is the top surface of the step on which you place your foot. Treads can be rectangular, triangular or rounded, depending on the design of your staircase. The tread and riser together form one step.
It's not just interiors that can be enhanced with wooden stair treads. Indeed, precious wood steps can be used effectively outdoors to facilitate access to a terrace, garden or various levels in the courtyard, while enhancing the visual impact of the entire exterior and improving traffic flow.
As well as elegance and minimising the inconvenience of traffic, wooden staircase steps bring a host of other benefits. Here are the key features of oak stair cladding to help you decide the fate of your staircase.