Design: Cheeks with substeps
Railing: Hand-carved
Wood: bodo

The MS-55 wooden stairs made by the company “Marchewka stairs – floors – interiors” are an example of a modern, meticulously constructed yet highly functional architectural element.

Stairs were made of noble wood, known also as bodo or mambode. This type of material is considered very stable and relatively simple to process, so it is so popular for carpenters. Moreover, the wood of bodo is very elegant. It is also distinguished by its brown-olive color with dark brown veins. This also makes wood a favorite by architects.

The MS-55 is highly secure and stable. This guarantees the cheek design of the steps with substeps.

A deep shade of wood has also been reproduced in a mirror, which is a perfect example of a careful and meticulous sculpture.

Stairs are light and very well suited for rooms with specific functional layout or where the space available for the stairway is small.
The size of the stairs is adapted to the individual needs of our customers.