Updating stairs to wrought iron
Wood and wrought iron balustrades allow you to have the warmth and comfort of wood and the versatility of wrought iron balusters.
Wood stair treads, newel posts, handrails and moldings are generally larger and tie in better with the other wood features of the home such as base, doors, moldings and furniture.
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This is one simple and inexpensive way to perform a stair makeover of an existing full iron banister.
Over the last 30 years or so, what was once two separate railing styles are now often combined.
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Rose Cottage is just minutes from the Sonoma Plaza (3.0 miles) for shopping and dining experiences, and within walking distance of the world famous Sonoma Mission Inn & Spa.Job: Capping your iron railing with a wood handrail Difficulty: Medium to Easy depending on skill level Tools: Chop Saw, Tape Measure, Hammer, Drill, Screws, Titebond Glue Adding wood handrail to a full wrought iron balustrade can dramatically increase the look of your railing system without the expense of replacing the entire banister.Wood handrails are typically larger, warmer to the touch and the eye and more comfortable in your hand.You might also consider several other methods of enhancing your existing balustrade in addition to simply adding a wood rail as described.