Staircase Understairs. Monday , October 08th , 2018 - 11:14:43 AM
If noise is an issue, glass is an excellent absorber of sound, so having glass panels as part of your staircase can be an effective sound-proofing device. If sound-proofing is not a big concern, creating an old world feel with wooden spindles or railings can give a staircase a classic, yet elegant feel. One way in which this can be done is by using spindles and oil-tipped bronze railings, which is a less expensive yet striking way of embellishing a staircase for those looking for an affordable option in a tough economy.
For making a staircase, various kinds of materials are used. One can opt for metal, wood, or stone. In the case of conventional houses, one can either choose stone or wood for the staircase and for the modern homes, one can go for glass or metal. One needs to ensure that the material chosen suits the interior design of the house. The durability of the chosen material must also be considered. Poor quality materials must not be used for making staircases.
A Bullnose, D-end or curtail step can be added to the bottom of a staircase. If a continuous handrail is used and it ends with a decorative volute, the staircase will have a curtail step at the bottom that accommodates the volute newel post and spindles that will support the volute. A bullnose step is curved on one or both sides, while the tread of a D-end step passes the newel post on the balustrade which then returns back into the side of the newel post.
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