From aluminum to iron and stainless steel, railings can be made using a variety of mediums.
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Indoors or out, stairways and railings can transcend functionality to blend beautifully with their surrounding or make a unique statement. But crafting the perfect stainless steel railing requires a specialized approach – one that unites artistry with engineering.
Metal railings require as much thought and careful choosing as any other design element. If your space doesn’t seem to look its best, consider how your railings might be affecting aesthetics and function.
The term metal railings sounds a bit dull, doesn't it? When it comes to designing stairways, balconies, and other architectural elements that require metal railings, custom designs are often a far better choice than pre-packaged railing systems. Why limit your options and even those of your client when there are other more unique, distinct options available?
Whether for an executive business center, hospital, museum, college, airport, or even private residence, custom metal railings make it possible to achieve far better results in terms of design, style, and appeal. Of course railings are used for a purpose (usually for safety), but they certainly don't have to have a utilitarian look.
What are the pros and cons of custom metal railings versus those systems that are pre-packaged?