5 Reasons to Go for a White Primed Staircase
The neutrality of white makes it an extremely versatile tool when deciding on a colour scheme for an interior space. At Pear Stairs we manufacture staircases from a variety of materials and with a selection of finishes. Among the choices available to you are white primed staircase parts and complete staircases. These parts come prefinished in a glossy white primed finish and are some of the most popular products we offer. The popularity of white primed staircases is due to a few key factors.
The Lower Price
Exposed timber staircases often utilise costly hardwoods such as oak or ash. This is with good reason because luxurious hardwood surfaces offer attractive colours and textures. Yet that cost can be too high for some projects and a white primed staircase offers a visually attractive alternative at a more affordable price point.
The Vast Design Options
White primed staircase parts are not limited to traditional or contemporary interior designs. Whether you are ordering a full bespoke staircase or separate stair parts, Pear Stairs offer white primed stair parts in a selection of tyles. Georgian and Edwardian balusters for example provide a familiar traditional aesthetic, while stop chamfered or plain stick spindles will create a cleaner and more contemporary profile.
The Various Style Choices
The staircase is an integral part of any building with more than one floor. A good staircase should not only be built to last, but it should also have a style that lasts. You do not want to be pigeonholed into adopting an interior design that complements the aesthetic of your staircase. The neat finish of white primed stair parts is timeless, easily complementing almost any interior design tastes and preferences.
Exposed materials can look good, but they can also be tricky to maintain. For example, if an oak newel post were to be heavily scratched in a moving accident it can be difficult to repair and could never look the same again. Yet if a white primed newel post were to receive similar scratches, these can easily be patched and given a fresh coat of paint to look as good as new.
This Stylish Traditional White Primed Staircase Example
This example Pear Stairs staircase was manufactured for a domestic property in Kent and perfectly exemplifies how an attractive traditional aesthetic can be achieved with white primed stair parts. The Georgian spindles and newel posts with mushroom caps create an intricate traditional aesthetic while the white primed finish keeps the design bright and suitable for a modern home. At the foot of the design is a bullnose feature step for a touch of grandeur.
To create your very own staircase, try the online Staircreator or call the Pear Stairs design team on 01938 553311.