November 05, 2015 2 min read

There is nothing wrong with keeping wood and metal separate. There are many beautiful all wood or all metal staircases. However, a new design trend of mixing wood with metal is becoming more and more popular. Combining the two materials does something incredible. The traditional, rustic wood adds warmth and familiarity, while the curves and elegance of the wrought iron add beauty and sophistication. The marriage of the two materials results in a complimentary couple that will add interest and personality to your staircase.

Wood is the most commonly used material for stairs, and for good reason. Its durability, availability, and rustic charm make it an excellent option. Wrought iron offers durability, longevity, and more artistic and elegant designs. Both are great on their own, but incredible together.

Try adding wrought iron balusters to your stairs. The beauty of the elegantly designed balusters will transform your staircase. offers both the Old World Wrought Iron Balusters and the Contractor Grade Iron Balusters. The Old World Collection features balusters crafted in Europe that have the very cleanest of castings. Their crisp lines and unique styles will instantly add beauty and personality to your home. They come in a wide variety of new powder coatings allowing you limitless design opportunities. Contractor Grade wrought iron balusters feature great dollar value. This collection features the most popular styles and are sold in box lot quantities to bring you the best value for your dollar. These balusters are available in fewer finishes.

Adding iron balusters will break up the uniformity, giving you a more interesting and dynamic entryway.

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Article by Amber Burkhart

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