When it comes to sprucing up the appearance of your house – we’re always taking in a myriad of factors from practicality/functionality to pizazz, pop and look. Of course one emerging trend ticks all of those boxes – and that’s white aluminum handrails.
Railings on your main staircase are some of the most underrated features of a house. And we see all sorts of variations everywhere – especially when you look at older houses with the ornate woodwork and flair that go into bannisters. But as the years have gone by, folks are beginning to look for a cleaner, simpler, modern look.
In a way, aluminum handrails do what traditional staircases don’t – and that’s actually accomplish what they’re supposed to do – and that’s help support you as you go down the stairs. That’s kind of a big deal, right?
But moreover, instead of dominating a space, they blend in with their surroundings. They really help accentuate other things in your living space – with their reflective properties that help pop other colors in the room.
And without a doubt – aluminum handrails are far more versatile than your run-of-the-mill bannister. You can use them not only on a main staircase, but in a 2-3 step decent into a living space. Or for homeowners who have mobility issues, they can be used in spots like the bathroom, kitchen and just about everywhere else you can think of. Even in outdoor spaces, aluminum handrails are enormously practical and stylish.
So thanks to their unique look and stalwart practicality, aluminum handrails are in their own way – a simple, stylish statement. They can add a taste of modern to old spaces and can help accentuate more modern spaces. If you’re interested in one for your house, let us know!
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