H35 Understated but Detailed Stair Rails

"... stylish, elegant, and bespoke metalwork ..."

Bebington, The Wirral

These understated stair rails are full of subtle detailing such as the fixings used to secure the newel posts to the side of the stringer. This style of fitting maximises the usable width of the stairs. The panels are constructed using stainless steel dome nuts and rivets whose polished finish serves as an accent and counterpoint to the pewter grey tones of the ironwork.

UK building regulations require that the gallery is 1100mm high because the stairs are communal. However, the stair rails have to be 900mm high. The height difference between them is elegantly accommodated by the sweeping return of the handrails and their hand forged metal volutes.

Simple and elegant wrought iron balustrade