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You should pick whatever kind of balusters you dig.
They’re usually around -5 for a simple baluster, and you’d pay extra for the swirly pieces, and for each knuckle and shoe.(As of the second I’m writing this, you can get 10 straight balusters together for only .60 each. You’ll pay more for the more decorative ones, but definitely shop around for the best prices.)Remove the old balusters (here’s how) and make sure there are no nails left in the railing.
For a sleek, contemporary look, opt for black or white paint.
If you prefer bold decor, however, try a bright shade like red, cobalt or yellow that complements the rest of the room's color palette.
In the last post, I showed you how to stain your wooden railings… We ordered ours from a local place we found by googling around.
Ironically, the entire house was dated, but I loved the neighborhood and immediately had a vision.
Even a simple neutral paint color like tan, beige or gray can give a staircase a more modern look.
Painting wrought iron can be tricky, though, so proper preparation is key.
It may be a hard one to grasp as it has become second nature to want to recycle, re-use and re-purpose the things we would have easily thrown away twenty years ago.
It is not cost-effective to re-use existing stair parts.