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Stair balustrading generally means the stair handrail, baserail, spindles, newel posts, caps and sometimes wall handrails.
Choosing The Right Balustrade
To help you choose the right balustrade for you we offer a free brochure view and can obtain samples of the spindles you are interested in.
This open plan staircase is fitted with 41mm traditional style spindles including complete newel posts, handrails and baserails. Because of the design of the stairs, diminishing spindles were used. The original stair case underside and string were painted white. This was covered over with craftsmen's pine boarding to give the effect of a new stair case.
This is a hemlock timber balustrade with 32mm stop chamfer spindles, with standard newel post and ball cap. The wall handrail, is 54mm diameter Beech and is fixed with silver wall brackets and silver caps to finish the ends.
This shows a complete staircase and landing balustrading using pine timbers and including 41mm provincial spindles & standard newel posts, with burger caps.
This shows a pine balustrade, with 32mm windsor spindles and a square newel post finished with a pyramid newel cap.
This shows a close up of the jonts betweeen the handrails and newel posts.
In this case the client chose to keep the existing newel post and change just the handrail, baserail and spindles.
This shows a pine 32mm Edwardian style spindles with standard newel posts and burger cap.