Rosie lives with her partner and her lovely British Bulldog. They run a highly successful home interior improvement Instagram account, home_sweet_home_46.
Their home has a very clean and contemporary style with a natural and cosy feel. As with many new builds, it was fitted with a very basic white wood spindle balustrade. Having refurbished and renovated much of the rest of the house, Rosie and her husband wanted to make their stair landing look in keeping. They love a DIY project and luckily came across StairFurb.
Rosie booked a video call with StairFurb to ask a few technical questions and make doubly sure that they had taken the measurements correctly. They then ordered their kit online which consisted of pine spigot newel posts, bespoke-made embedded pine banister and baserails, and glass panels.
Three weeks later they received their new glass balustrade and between them painted and fitted it in one afternoon.
Their house now looks complete and their balustrade looks fantastic.
Jack and his wife Kelly live with their gorgeous Cockerpoo in a small village in South Devon. Having lived in the house for over five years, they thought it was time to make some improvements. They were wondering whether they wanted to move house, or stay put, so wanted to ensure that any improvements would increase the value of the property in case they decided to sell.
They already had some glass internal doors and oak components in other parts of their home, so naturally opted for an oak wood and glass balustrade kit. After chatting to one of the StairFurb technical sales assistants they decided to choose the clamped glass balustrade kit, rather than embedded since it’s modular in design, allowing them to remove the handrail and glass panels if they moved house, making it easier to carry wardrobes and other large items down the stairs.
Jack and Kelly DIY fitted their kit on one Sunday morning and were over the moon with the results. They love that their new glass balustrade is the first thing people see when they come into the house.
Henry is a property Developer from Devon. When he and his fiance moved into an old chapel that was built in the early 1800’s they knew they wanted to keep the character of the house while bringing it into the 21st century and giving it a more contemporary and homely feel. There was already a large gallery landing fitted, but it was fitted with pine spindles and shaped newel posts that were all stained a very dark color.
Since they would be painting the skirting boards light grey, Henry and his fiance decided to paint the stringer and newel posts light grey to match the stringer and then fit embedded glass kits with oak baserail and handrail.
Having cut out all of the old spindles, baserail, and handrail, Henry spends one day fitting all the pine spigot newel posts and painting the posts and stringers. The next morning he fitted the oak baserails/handrails and glass.
As guests walk into the house, the gallery landing is the first thing that catches their eye. Needless to say, Henry and his fiance love the way the balustrade adds to the style of their home.
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