July 23, 2015 2 min read
Many homeowners are in search of ways to update their staircase. For some, update translates to modernize, but many still love and appreciate the architectural beauty of traditional staircases. One popular trend is to replace wood stair parts with metal ones, and although going modern with metal can be great, there is an incomparable beauty that comes along with the traditional design of wooden balusters. Modern isn’t for everyone, and there are many ways to update a staircase while keeping the integrity of the traditional design.
Wood balusters are a very important stair part as they support the stair handrails and add character to the entire balustrade system. These artistically hand-crafted, beautifully carved pieces of wood are used by experts in the trade simply as guiderails and barriers, but their beauty goes well beyond their practical uses. They are often used as part of furnishings and structures around your home as they instantly add character and a traditional design element. You can find spindles purposed for both the interior and exterior of the home.
Traditional style staircases don’t have to be bland, boring, and outdated. Replacing old worn wood balusters with new beautifully hand-crafted ones, like those offered at StairPartsUSA.com, will suddenly change the look of your staircase. StairPartsUSA.com offers some of the finest quality wood balusters you find on the market today. Our guaranteed quality in combination with our beautifully crafted wide selection means you are sure to find the perfect wood balusters for your staircase.
Wood balusters offer incomparable traditional and classic beauty. Using only the finest quality wood, our woodworkers are able to craft beautiful designs that create an architectural statement in any home. StairPartsUSA.com offers a wide variety of wood balusters that are hand-crafted in America by skilled craftsmen that take pride in their products. Our craftsmen inspect each baluster by hand and sand before shipping.
All of our wood balusters are unfinished natural wood that is ready to be stained, unless specified at paint grade or primed white. Paint grade balusters are ready to be primed and then painted, but are not generally considered to be "Stain Grade". Primed white balusters are "Pre-primed" with white primer and ready for painting.
Article by Amber Burkhart
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