Teak Stair Rail and Post

This teak stair rail runs up to the third floor of this Center City Philadelphia home. The tall newel post in the foreground results from the winding treads at the base of this flight of stairs. Rather than rebuild the old stairs completely, we removed the old hand rails and built these solid wood rails, newel posts, and skirtboards and covered them with man-made quarter-sawn teak veneer from Brookside Veneers. In lieu of balusters, we used tempered glass panels which help create an open, light feel.

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Teak stair rail, teak veneered newel posts, and handrails with glass panels. Downstairs from the teak hall rail, the teak veneered handrails and glass panel with stainless steel mounts.

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