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If you want to elevate your hall, stairs and landing, switching up the colour...
If you want to elevate your hall, stairs and landing, switching up the colour of your banister is a great place to start. Painted banisters ensure a perfect finish and a shade you love.
Do you love the look of a painted wooden banister? It’s easy to see why! Painted wood boasts a traditional appeal that works in cosy homes and sleek, minimal spaces.
There are a couple of ways you can bring a painted wooden staircase into your home. Consider your space’s style before picking materials that work for you. If you’re struggling to decide, explore our staircase designs to help unlock the potential of your hall, stairs and landing.
Choosing a banister made from all painted wooden elements, including the handrail, spindles, newel posts and caps, provides a timeless finish that can work well in family homes.
To compliment a modern home, consider a design that includes some painted wood and some glass panels. These are a sleek alternative to traditional spindles. Glass panelling lets light shine through, opening up smaller staircases and creating a striking feature in larger spaces.
Choose metal spindles combined with painted wood handrails for a sleek yet homely take on your staircase design. Neutral colours, like cool grey and shades of white, combine perfectly with stainless steel. At the same time, dark painted wood can be enhanced with bronze spindles.
One of the main benefits of painted staircases is choosing a colour you love. With a rainbow of shades available at Neville Johnson, you won’t be held back by the natural colour of your materials. Need inspiration for your customised staircase? Let’s explore some tried-and-tested combinations.
Black and white painted staircases are a striking feature for traditional or contemporary homes. This design can be complimented by black and white patterned tiles in the hallway or a neutral jute carpet to keep the design grounded.
Bright, minimal homes are perfect for white, glass and steel staircases. This scheme comprises white painted risers, brushed steel handrails and crystal-clear glass panelling.
If you’re designing a staircase for your traditional home, you might want to maintain some natural wood finish. Bring in painted banister elements in your spindles or risers, picking a subtle off-white shade like ivory, pearl or porcelain to make your wooden staircase unique.
Whether you stick to neutral shades or add a pop of colour, there are endless ways to personalise your staircase with Neville Johnson. Book your free design visit today, or request a brochure for more inspiration before starting.