You’ve probably already discovered that an elegant curving spiral staircase brings charm and style to a room in addition to providing access to a second floor with a minimum of space required. With relatively little effort, your spiral staircase can benefit from customization, making it an even more appealing part of your home. In particular, the addition of high-quality balusters and newel post accents upgrades the look and feel of an ordinary spiral staircase and transforms the room in which the staircase resides into an appealing living space.
Graceful spiral staircases have come a long way since their original creation as a defensive measure for castles during the Middle Ages. In current times, we all realize that the use of spiral staircases as a defense is thankfully no longer needed, but you will still find these interesting architectural marvels within homes of many styles. The curves of a spiral staircase provide a welcome contrast to the right angles that most staircases use. For homes and condominiums with limited space, a spiral staircase offers a space-efficient method to connect two floors. You’ll also often find a spiral staircase in a home that has had a story added on after its original floor plan; the use of a spiral staircase solves the problem of where to place the stairs, since a spiral staircase can easily be added just about anywhere.
When they first appeared, these staircases were made from stone. Today, however, you won’t often find a stone spiral staircase; spiral staircases are usually fashioned from metal or wood. If you are fortunate enough to have a spiral staircase in your home, consider customizing it with hand-carved accents in order to bring out the best in your staircase and turn it into an artistic focal point for your home’s decor.
You can quickly upgrade your spiral staircase with the addition of beautifully detailed wood balusters and coordinating newels components. These architectural embellishments serve to define the staircase railing, creating a more customized and defined look for the railing that helps to establish your staircase as an elegant statement. You can choose from simple streamlined designs or more ornately-carved styles in order to complement the decor of the rest of the room. The wood can be sealed with a clear coat for a natural look, or the wood can easily be stained in order to match other wooden accents within the room’s interior.
Enhance your upgraded spiral staircase with stylish new balusters and newel posts; this easy addition can transform the room with an ordinary spiral staircase into an appealing space which you, your family, and your guests will all love.
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