Iron Balusters for Stairs
New Colors from Italy! for Iron Balusters - Midnight Bronze, Old World Copper, Rubbed Bronze, Shadow Grey and Warm Nickel. New Italian wrought iron balusters in heavier 9/16" and 5/8" Square Twist and Basket Series in stock now. The blending of iron and wood offers a ... READ MORE »
New Colors from Italy! for Iron Balusters - Midnight Bronze, Old World Copper, Rubbed Bronze, Shadow Grey and Warm Nickel.
New Italian wrought iron balusters in heavier 9/16" and 5/8" Square Twist and Basket Series in stock now.
The blending of iron and wood offers a powerful contrast when combined in a grand staircase, restoration project or a remodel by a do-it-yourself handyman. Classic powder coated balusters in 5 designer coatings match beautifully with wood handrail, treads and flooring while complimenting your metal hardware throughout your home. Stairwarehouse has over 75 profiles of balusters available. Choose from larger diameters, balcony elements and a hammered scroll series unrivaled in the marketplace. Make a first impression a lasting one by choosing powder coated stair parts from Stairwarehouse.
Well-made staircase railings are a requirement for safety if you have an exposed stairway, but they don’t have to be purely functional. Why not dress up the space with beautiful, elegant iron balusters?
These pre-finished wrought iron balusters are perfect for remodeling existing wood staircases. Most of the time the wood spindles in a stair can be replaced with these elegant iron balusters. The discount prices on these metal balusters makes for a cheap DIY project that gives a homeowner alot of bang-for-the-buck.
Iron doesn’t only belong outside. Since it can be shaped into an unlimited number of designs, iron can add fluidity and grace to the plainest stairways. And its strength and resilience satisfies the most stringent safety needs. I you need help with your iron baluster design, please call us. We have professional stair specialists standing by ready to help.
Special attention can be given to the newel posts—the sturdy structural posts at the top and bottom of stairways. A more elaborate design at these junctures is both beautiful and structurally sound. Although we’re just beginning to see iron used indoors, this trend was also popular in 16th and 17th century France and Italy. When combined with sweeping stairways and ornate ceilings, iron balusters and banisters have a rich and elegant appeal. Added with a wooden handrail, iron balusters can still be affordable. Wood and iron combinations keep the price down, yet still provide the beauty and elegance of all iron staircases. Iron rods with twists, scrolling rods with lacy "baskets," filigree designs, and shapes from the botanical world are just a few of the options when you’re considering iron.
If made of iron balusters (the vertical elements that prevent users from slipping through the stairs) are an ideal place for a little self-expression in decorating. They are available in innumerable shapes and many colors. If you are trying to match existing balusters or have specific requirements for the balusters, please call us to discuss your specific needs before placing your entire order.
New Italian powder coated Wrought Iron Balusters and un-finished metal balusters on sale and ready for immediate shipping.
Still trying to decide on what color? Order an iron baluster color sample pack by clicking here: Iron Baluster Color Sample Pack.
Feel free to send us a picture of what you want or simply browse our picture gallery for ideas. Every member of the Stair Warehouse staff is well trained in staircase design and more than happy to help with any of your questions.