When considering the baluster design that you will use for your home, you have many more options, than choosing a single pattern. Different styles can be used together in order to create a unique style that will provide any area with an eye-catching, ornate beauty. We try to present the various styles to you in a way that will make it simple for you to make a decision. We offer you guidance, while also allowing you the opportunity to create a baluster that appeals to your specific taste and to the style of your home.
At the bottom of each baluster in the catalog, recommended combinations are listed. An example of a recommended combination would be: a single twisted, followed by a double twisted baluster; or a single basket, followed by a double basket baluster. These combinations are only suggestions, but can be of assistance when attempting to match balusters. There are many balusters that complement each other well, and which are commonly installed in pairs.
Please look through the pictures of our previous projects to get a more realistic view of how our various baluster styles can be used together to great a wide variety of designs. At Custom Ornamental Iron Works, we offer a greater selection of iron works, and ornamental iron gate and stair parts, to make choosing the right style easier for you. We also offer competitive prices for all of our products, as a result of our in-house production.
In addition to quality production, you can also rely on us for quality service. We quickly assemble and ship our customized orders, so that you get the tools you need to complete your custom-designed baluster. You can even order samples of our balusters at 50% off, to give customers a chance to determine whether the design they see online is the right one for their final product choice. There are also many choices of powder coatings to choose from.
Whether you choose a design using matching balusters that we have used before, or decide to create a unique design of your own, the quality of our products will be evident in the finished product.
Note: All balusters in this section longer than 37 1⁄2" are extended on one side of center.