Single knuckle iron balusters are a type of decorative component used in staircase railings and balustrades. They are typically made of iron or a similar metal and feature a single knuckle design. These balusters are commonly used in traditional and transitional style homes to add a touch of elegance and sophistication to the staircase.
The single knuckle refers to a decorative element that resembles a rounded knot or loop. It is usually located in the middle or at a specific height along the length of the baluster. The knuckle can be simple and understated or more intricate and ornate, depending on the desired style.
Iron balusters, including those with single knuckles, offer several advantages. They are durable, sturdy, and provide excellent support for the handrail. They can be combined with other baluster designs, such as plain or twisted designs, to create unique and visually appealing railing systems. Iron balusters are also available in various finishes, allowing homeowners to match them with their interior design preferences.
Installation of single knuckle iron balusters typically requires the services of a professional contractor or a skilled DIY enthusiast. The process involves removing the existing balusters, preparing the staircase for the new balusters, and securing them in place by drilling holes and applying epoxy to secure.
Hollow Single Knuckle Baluster. 1/2" square x 44" length.