New Colors From Italy! - Midnight Bronze, Old World Copper, Rubbed Bronze, Shadow Grey and Warm Nickel.
All these new powder coated baluster finishes are now available at http://www.liciron.com/. We now offer Italian wrought iron balusters in heavier 9/16" & 5/8" Square Twist and Basket Series.
The blending of iron and wood offers a powerful contrast when combined in a grand staircase, restoration project or a remodel by a do-it yourself handyman. Classic powder coated balusters in 5 Designer colors and hundreds of custom colors to match beautifully with wood handrail, treads and flooring while complimenting your metal hardware throughout your home. Lomonaco's Iron Concepts offers over 75 different profiles of powder coated balusters. Select from large diameters, balcony elements and a hammered scroll series unrivaled within the market place. Make a "Great First Impression" by choosing Lomonaco's Iron Concepts for your stair makeover parts.
Well-made staircase railings are a requirement for safety if you have an exposed stairway, but they don't have to be purely functional. Why not dress up up the space with beautiful powder coated balusters from Lomonaco's Iron Concepts?
These pre-finished iron balusters are perferct for remodeling existing wood staircases. Most of the time your wooden spindles can be replaced with the elegant powder coated iron balusters from Lomonaco's Iron Concepts. We offer so many different variations that we are sure that you will find what your looking for and at a cost sure to be affordable.
Iron doesn't only belong on the outside. Since it can be shaped into an unlimited number of designs, iron can add fluidity and grace to the plainest stairways. And its strength and resilience satisfies the most stringent safety needs. If you need help with your iron baluster design, please call Lomonaco's Iron Concepts and one of our stairway designers will guide you through the whole process.
Special attention can and should be given to the newel posts- the sturdy structural posts at the top and bottom of the stairways. A more elaborate design at these junctures is both beautiful and structurally sound. The trend of using iron and wood together indoors is now becoming very popular, and this trend was also popular in the 16th and 17th century France and Italy. When combined with sweeping stairways and ornate ceilings, iron balusters and wood banisters have a rich and elegant feel at an affordable price.
When designing your new stairway, a staircase designer will walk you through the entire process. With so many options available to express your own sense of style we're sure that Lomonaco's Iron Concepts has what your looking for.
Call Lomonaco's Iron Concepts today to set up your free in-home consultation with one of our designers at 856-740-1071 or email us at John@LomonacosIronConcepts.com
or visit us on the web at: www.LicIron.com