Designing Custom Railings with Stainless Steel

When designing custom railings for your residential or commercial space, don’t be afraid to design outside of the box! When utilizing stainless steel elements for your custom railings, there are much more options to choose from than you think.

Stainless steel can create a unique design element to your residential or commercial staircase. When implementing stainless steel into your custom railings design, one option we have utilized in both types of spaces are stainless steel rod railings. These type railings can be fabricated in either a straight fashion or a curved design! These type of railings are ideal for any curved or spiral staircase.

Residential Stair Featuring Curved Stainless Steel Rod Railings & Straight Stainless Steel Rod Railings on the Second Floor Guardrail

Residential Stair Featuring Curved Stainless Steel Rod Railings & Straight Stainless Steel Rod Railings on the Second Floor Guardrail

Commercial Spiral Staircase with Curved Stainless Steel Rod Railings

Commercial Spiral Staircase with Curved Stainless Steel Rod Railings

Another unique element you can implement into your design, especially if you desire to achieve a modern or contemporary ambiance, is choosing different types of finishes. If you are looking for a finish that differentiates from brushed or polished stainless steel, try designing with a black matte finish. Using black matte finishes in your custom railings design can create an artistically contrasting element to your space. Choosing a flat-bar design can be an ideal aesthetic for achieving a contemporary or modern style.

Custom black flat-bar railing to match seamlessly with the handrail

Custom black flat-bar railing to match seamlessly with the handrail

Matte Black

These artistically installed steel rods were custom painted a matte black, creating a nice contrast with the light wood treads.

When designing with black matte rod railings, we anchored steel rods from the wood treads to the ceiling, creating a stunning visual crisscross effect. Choosing a lighter wood also created that nice contrasting element the space desired.


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