Another finished project! We love how this white oak and painted wood staircase turned out! This contemporary staircase is a gorgeous addition to this home. It uses a mixture of white oak, painted wood and iron stair parts. It also features a custom square wooden newel post with a decorative groove added. Interested in a similar style staircase for your home? The following parts were used to create this beautiful staircase:
- Plain Round Iron Balusters
- Custom Square Newel Post
- Wooden Stair Treads
- Right Return Wooden Stair Treads
- Wooden Handrail
Shop Stair Parts Products for this White Oak and Painted Wood Staircase with Iron Balusters Project:
Plain Round Iron Baluster
Smooth bar Plain Round iron balusters are 9/16″ thick x 44″ long.
Wood Newel Posts
Wood newel posts are turned on a lathe from a hardwood square blank and then sanded smooth. All wood newel posts and wood balusters are available with the bottom square base block turned round.
Any of our wood newel post profiles can be made larger, up to 5-1/2″ wide, by custom order. Custom wood turnings, columns, and historical reproductions are available by quotation.
All our wood newel post products are proudly made in the USA.
Wood Stair Treads
Wood stair treads are offered in a standard 1-1/32″ finished thickness after surfacing and sanding. Extra thick hardwood stair treads for open rise staircases are available in any thickness. The most popular over sized wood tread sizes are 1-3/4″ and 2″ thick. We have produced treads as thick as 4″. Any stair tread thicker than 1-3/4″ will require face glue lamination(s) to meet the desired finished dimension.
Right Return Tread 1136RH
Right hand return treads are 1-1/32″ thick and 11-1/2″ wide with a front bullnose. All square edge wood stair treads are available.
Bending Wood Handrail 5600FB
5600FB oval with a flat bottom bending handrail is for curved wood stairs and arched balcony railings. This rail is bendable to a maximum of a 4 foot radius. Bendable wood handrail is not available with plow in the bottom. However, the center laminates can be ripped down on the bottom side to create a plow at least close to the required square top wood baluster width or wrought iron top rail…