Sometimes less is more! Using all plain balusters can provide a modern, and sophisticated look!
Don't be afraid to mix it up! Alternating two series of balusters (twist & basket series / versatile series shown here) is a great way to get a unique look!
Looking for modern & sophisticated? Simple geometric designs, balanced with inexpensive plain balusters are an excellent option when you want that clean contemporary look!
Midwest Stair Parts is pleased to announce our newest designer finish, Pewter! This color will match brushed nickle, stainless steel, or any silver based finished.
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I just wanted to say thanks to Matt @ Midwest Stair Parts for providing me with a great product for my project of replacing the old white balusters with beautiful iron ones. I will include some pictures of how it turned out in this thread!
The Med-1Bal in the Pewter finish is one of the several new balusters offered by Midwest Stair Parts. This 1/2" hammered baluster is part of the Mediterranean Series. It can be used by itself or with plain and double ball Mediterranean balusters. For Information on this baluster give us a call at (630)723-3991.
For other great products check out our website at www.midweststairparts.com
These pictures come from a handy customer of ours, Ron. He chose Majestic posts, 6210 rail and a dark stain. To finish off the staircase he decided on the single twist and double basket balusters. We love seeing our customers designs come together so well!
For help deciding your new staircase stop by our showroom our check out our website at www.midweststairparts.com
Photo sent to us from a satisfied customer. She chose the M-133 and M-134 Diamond Mediterranean Iron Balusters to give her this amazing look!
For these and other balusters check out http://www.midweststairparts.com/collections/wrought-iron
More than just balusters Midwest Stair Parts also has an ever growing line of installation accessories. Epoxy, wall rail brackets, and fasteners are just some of the items sure to make installation easy and safe!
Stop by our store or visit us online at http://www.midweststairparts.com/collections/installation-accessories
Did you know that the United Center in Chicago can hold more than 22,000 people during a Blackhawks hockey game. Those poor stairs!
If you're looking to create a staircase custom to your home check out www.ironpanels.com
Iron panels are designed and fabricated based on the specifications unique to your staircase. All panels are fabricated, sand blasted and powder coated in house, right here at Midwest Stair Parts!
Pictured here is the Firenza panel. Firenza panels often fit on one step making them easy to install on any staircase.
For more panels and products check out www.ironpanels.com or www.midweststairparts.com
Get more baluster for your buck. The Mega Baluster Series, measuring 3/4", are a 1/4" bigger than their standard counterparts. Available in both Twist & Basket and Versatile. Mega balusters are great for filling large spaces, helping to meet code, or just giving a heavier look to your staircase all at an affordable price.
Pictured here is Mega Basket baluster (Left) next to a standard basket (Right).
Stop by our showroom or visit our website to check out our full line of Mega balusters and many other great products!
Confused about the differences between lite and solid balusters? Check out Midwest Stair Part's blog for an article discussing key differences. Make sure you're making the right choice for your next purchase!
Expert advice and guidance for all things stair related. From how to install wrought iron balusters to maintaining that like new finish. The Midwest Stair Parts Expert Advice Blog has you covered!
Cut out the middle man! Midwest Stair Parts has the ability to apply custom finishes in house! Assuring you of a quality product, in an affordable, timely manner. The Michelle panel pictured here is one of our many iron panels available online through www.ironpanels.com. We can also apply a custom finish to any iron baluster we sell.
Check out our line of iron at www.midweststairparts.com
If you’re looking to design a truly timeless staircase look no further! The 5360 and 5060 contemporary balusters have long been used to create simple, sturdy, yet beautiful staircases. Used here, along with C-4095 box posts, to create a mission style staircase. The horizontal and vertical lines help bring the natural beauty of wood to life by accentuating the grain on the treads, railing and flooring surrounding the staircase. The 5360 and 5060 balusters are available in several species to accommodate any design!
Stop by our showroom or visit our website to see these and many other quality products for your next staircase.