Sweeping handrail for Watson, Bertram & Fell

Posting some pictures of a lovely curved handrail that we made for a farmhouse near Swainswick for Bath Architects Watson, Bertram & Fell and builders Donovan Construction.  A simple, elegant design made by James and Jason here in the Ironart workshops in Larkhall earlier in the year and fitted on site in several visits by Andy, Martin and Jason.

The bespoke timber for the handrail was supplied by Staffordshire based timber specialists Clive Durose. The finished stair rail has a really satisfying, intrinsic beauty, and the feedback we received from them put a big smile on our faces too… “We were very impressed with the quality of the metalwork, as was our fitter”

If you have a similar staircase project in mind and would like some advice, please give us a call because we’d love to help.

 

A new staircase on the Royal Crescent

The Ironart team recently installed this winding staircase to the lower ground floor of a large Georgian town house on the Royal Crescent in Bath for Simon Morray-Jones Architects. This staircase was constructed to the Architect’s specification and was based on their design. It incorporates cast aluminium stair treads and a cast steel bush detail on every baluster. We have made lots of staircases in recent years, not least a spiral staircase on another house in the Royal Crescent which is also pictured on our website at the following link. 

 

Bespoke staircase for Grade II listed mansion

We made and installed this balustrading for a simple, elegant winding staircase in a private grade II listed mansion on the edge of Bath. Here’s a pic of Jason working on site.  The wooden handrail was the perfect finishing touch to this project. If you would like some advice about a similar commission, please give us a call because we’d love to help. 01225 311 273

Some unusual balustrading

Here are some recent pics of some balustrading we made and installed on a contemporary house in Saltford near Bristol last year. The house was being completely renovated and needed something in keeping for the front steps. Andy wasn’t the least bit constrained by the architecture of this interesting house, and his inspiration for this design was taken from a Scandinavian style wooden interior balustrade. Highly unusual and highly effective!

Revisiting a lovely staircase

This weekend I revisited a project we completed a few years ago now, and had the opportunity to take some photos. This beautiful stair balustrade which incorporates cast panels was made for a Georgian family home on the edge of Bath. The wooden handrail has yet to be installed. Nice work!

 

 

 

 

The Oak Leaf balustrade

We were recently commissioned to make up a sample panel for a bespoke balustrade. The design is based on hand forged oak leaves. We have yet to make the balustrade, but thought it would be fun to show you what the guys came up with.

Oak leaf balustrade detail

Oak leaf balustrade detail