Finished product. DIY railing for stairs using 1" pipe, elbow joints, 3" nipples and metal flanges mounted directly to wall. All spray painted with a black primer and high-gloss black spray paint.

Finished product. DIY railing for stairs using 1" pipe, elbow joints, 3" nipples and metal flanges mounted directly to wall. All spray painted with a black primer and high-gloss black spray paint.

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A DIY Bookcase Stair Railing - love this use of space for more bookshelves. I could totally do this for my house.

A DIY Bookcase Stair Railing - love this use of space for more bookshelves. I could totally do this for my house.

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A simple and stylish way to make the staircase look simple yet chic and eye-catching is to use contrasts. In this case, for example, the wooden stairs sit on a crisp white background and the metal guardrail with wooden handrail frame them beautifully.

A simple and stylish way to make the staircase look simple yet chic and eye-catching is to use contrasts. In this case, for example, the wooden stairs sit on a crisp white background and the metal guardrail with wooden handrail frame them beautifully.

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Use reclaimed wood for your staircase!  My blacksmith can make any type of railing!  We can do that! Www.rusticrevivalbarnwood.com

Use reclaimed wood for your staircase! My blacksmith can make any type of railing! We can do that! Www.rusticrevivalbarnwood.com

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glass railings - make a cut out in the wall for it so you can see the stairs, opens the basement up more

glass railings - make a cut out in the wall for it so you can see the stairs, opens the basement up more

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Ayisha's Entry Staircase Remodel - The Sawdust Diaries Don't love the balusters, but the top and bottom Newell posts are perfect for my stairs.

Ayisha's Entry Staircase Remodel - The Sawdust Diaries Don't love the balusters, but the top and bottom Newell posts are perfect for my stairs.

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