It’s normal to want to remodel our homes from time to time. The human urge for cleanliness and change, coupled with the wide range of home designs and options available in the modern age drive many of us to do some regular remodeling alongside our routine spring cleaning efforts. Stair remodeling is among the most effective and affordable ways to make a big change in the look of your home. Create the look and feel of moving to a brand new home, while increasing the value of your family’s domicile.
Railings For Stairs
Railings and handrails have long been used as support structures along stairs and decks, providing safe assistance to people using them but usually not adding much in the way of style or luxury. In fact, most railings in typical buildings are plain and dull and in most homes wooden handrail styles haven’t changed in decades. Typically they are one of the last items installed and are overlooked during the design phase.
Before building and including stairs into your home’s plan, here are some staircase basics all of us need to know. Stairs are what we use to get from one level of a home or building to the other. It is the more popular choice by most homeowners and home builders, as compared to elevators and escalators. It may come as a long flight of stairs or more popularly known as a staircase. It may be placed either outside or inside in your home – depending on the use. They come in various forms, designs and materials. When choosing the design for your stairs, along with the aesthetic appeal, safety and practicality should also be put into consideration. The materials used in making stairs also vary from every person, it all depends on there personal taste and needs.
Spindles For Stairs
Wrought iron balusters add a decorative touch to a wooden staircase that is both contemporary and traditional. The wrought iron baluster has a number of advantages over wooden ones. Plus, they’re not as difficult as you might think to install into existing wood stair railings.
Wrought iron has a long and colorful history as a manufacturing material. Its earliest uses were mainly as tools and weapons.
Its very name implies its purpose. This type of metal was preferred for fashioning tools and weapons because it was relatively easy to manipulate. The material was (and still is) “wrought” or worked to create a desired shape.
Interior Design Staircases
Have you really paid much attention to the stairs and railings in someone’s house? I would guess most of us have not. Usually we only think about stairs as a means to allow us to go from the main floor to the upstairs floor. When you’re in your own home or someone else’s, take a moment to have a look at the railings, balusters, and newel posts. What you’ll find are some remarkable designs and brilliant craftmanship.