East Sussex Balustrades, Banisters, Spindles and more...
In the English county of East Sussex there is an elegant house called Bateman’s, the home of Rudyard Kipling from 1902-1936, which, if the staircase ever needed replacing, could be fitted with a selection of wooden spindles or metal spindles, balusters and balustrades from the extensive Pear Stairs range of stair parts, to form an impressive - even exceptional - staircase.
The balusters of this and any property can be customised to the tastes of the people of East Sussex, if none of the many varied designs offered by Pear Stairs are suitable. For instance, alternating two styles of metal baluster can produce a striking visual display.
A balustrade featuring combined parts of staircase designs can be designed to create a stunning, unique addition to any East Sussex home.
The Royal Pavilion at Brighton, too, would be a natural home for a new staircase from Pear Stairs (if needed!), featuring parts including wooden spindles, metal spindles, balusters or balustrades.
A staircase at this special Brighton location could feature metal spindles in a mix and match of different styles that would complement the extravagance of the façade, or create visual impact using wooden spindles of different textures to showcase the workmanship involved in their making.
Brighton Clock Tower could also use Pear Stairs to design, manufacture and supply any and all stair parts that might be needed, shining a light on their skilled craftsmen, attention to detail and professional customer care skills, their pride and dedication to their work.
So, for all of your staircase needs in Brighton and East Sussex, including the staircase parts of wooden spindles, metal spindles, balusters and balustrades, ask for Pear Stairs and you may find that “Yours is the Earth and everything that’s in it”.