MS-55 wooden stairs manufactured by the company “Marchewka Schody – Floors – Interiors” are an example of a modern, scrupulously made, and at the same time very functional element of architecture.
The stairs were made of precious bodo wood, also known as enuk or mambode. This type of material is considered to be very stable and relatively easy to work with, which is why it is so eagerly chosen by carpenters. Bodo wood is also very elegant. It is also distinguished by its brown-olive color with veins of dark brown. Thanks to this, wood is also liked by architects.
The MS-55 model is very safe and characterized by high stability. This is guaranteed by the stringer construction with risers.
The deep shade of wood has also been duplicate in the balustrade, which is a perfect example of careful and scrupulous sculpture work.
The stairs are light and work very well in rooms with a specific functional layout or in those where the space intended for the staircase is small.
We adjust the size of the stairs to the individual needs of our clients.