Delayed Spiral Staircase
What is a Delayed Spiral?
What you may know as a curved staircase may also sometimes have the name “delayed spiral” staircase or winder staircase. Each have the same gentle curving motion to their frame that gives the staircase its graceful and elegant look, which is why this category of stair may be what you picture when you think of a regal location with a grand entrance. However, this category of stair is not just for regal locations, it can add a touch of elegance to any home or commercial space with its flowing arc shape.
Take two stairs like this and place them side by side to form a sort of bridge where the two stairs share the same landing and you have what some may call an arched stair. This last kind of stair really brings to mind images of people dressed up on their way to a formal event, which makes this kind of stair a great addition to any commercial luxury venue.
Benefits of a Delayed Spiral or Curved Stair
The most identifiable benefit of a delayed spiral or curved staircase is the inimitable look it offers for your space. If you own a commercial wedding venue or other formal event venue, then this is likely the ideal type of stair to achieve the look you want. Especially if your venue hosts professional convention events, then your stair can help in generating an unforgettable impact on everyone attending events you host, which means return clients.
In terms of residential use, if your home has a modern, open foyer then you might consider a custom floating delayed spiral to maintain that modern and open look. So a delayed spiral can offer you traditional elegance and a minimalist use of space.
Custom Delayed Spiral or Curved Staircase
The overall shape of a delayed spiral or curved stair already has a feel of uniqueness, which makes it that much stronger of a base for creating a custom stair unlike any other. If your commercial space has a trendier and less traditional look, you may opt for a metal delayed spiral or curved stair. Add glass railing or steps to a metal curved stair and you have something that makes anyone walking on it feel like they’ve stepped into the future.
You can also take your customization a different direction by going with an all wood custom curved staircase. This will take the look of class offered by your delayed spiral to a new level.
Residential or Commercial Delayed Spirals and Curved Stairs
Luckily, a delayed spiral or curved stair offers elegance on grand and compact scales, so it’s suitable for luxury commercial and residential uses. One residential use is the already mentioned open air foyer, but a delayed spiral also works great for installing easy loft access while adding gently curved lines to your space.
Or maybe you’ve created a small, quiet retreat in your home such as a reading nook or small home office and you want to enhance the atmosphere of this space with a stair that has some personality.
Get in touch with Paragon Stairs today and let us help you create the perfect delayed spiral staircase. Whether modern, traditional, or something else highly customized, we’ll give you vision form.