A better choice of iron staircase–Kited & Combination Staircases !
These iron stairs are all about the angle, and more specifically it is a 90-degree turn near the base of the staircase.
The subtle difference between the two options is that in the combination staircase, this turn is achieved on the spiral tread, and on the kite staircase, this turn is created with a flat edge pattern that follows the wall. This turn will not only add some charm to the stairs, but also can resolve certain characteristics limitations.
The length of the iron stairs is shorter than the straight stairs, so you can use the upper room to provide access to the sloping ceiling. Externally, it is also a common feature of old buildings such as London and buses, and has access to the basement via the front light well. We are often asked to design and manufacture stairs suitable for styling these periods, ensuring that the design meets the limits of any protected area.