I am building an elevated bed (only 700mm high, with set of 3-4 stairs next to it which will provide access. For the step treads, I am using 36mm baltic birch ply, and the designer was thinking of having a bull nose profile to the tread, but showing the exposed plies of the plywood.
I envisage this is extremely low traffic (1 person, multiple times a day), and only barefoot or in socks.
I was wondering if anyone could advise whether this may be a good/bad idea? Will the step treads be durable enough?
Thanks in advance for your help on this.
P.S. Hopefully no-one asks for a picture.