Above: is a balustrade built using 1 1/2 inch stainless steel tubing with Red Oak Newels.
Above: Several special effects are
displayed here. The balusters are rotated 45 degrees.
The fillet is unusual in that it reflects the square
balusters. The caps on the newels are square... a very unique
presentation for an over the post balustrade. This balustrade
was featured in Southern Accents
Above: A curved handrail can be
combined with a straight handrail... Below: Or the entire balustrade
can be curved.
Above: Handrails made to fit any
architectural design, no matter how intricate, no matter what angle!
Below: View of rail from the room
Above is a Handrail that had such a small radius that it had to be carved to fit the stairs.
Above shows that box newels can be placed next to the starting stair instead of
in front of it.
Not all newel Caps are round!
Above shows that handrails can be bent in long sweeping curves or very tight curves.
Above shows the combination of wood skirt boards with travertine risers.
Below is a Handrail that makes 180 degrees around a 5 winder section of stairs.
Scroll work can be accomplished from
pictures or drawings... the baluster shown is an example of
scroll work that makes a personal statement in your home that "off
the shelf" balusters can't provide. This particular baluster
originated as a black and white copy of a magazine