balusters


Also found in: Dictionary, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
  • noun

Synonyms for balusters

a railing at the side of a staircase or balcony to prevent people from falling

References in periodicals archive ?
All fasteners on this zinc-plated steel staircase are made of stainless steel and the railing is composed of zinc-plated steel balusters.
Repairs have also been carried out with 100 stone balusters replaced to mirror original features.
Interserve took on the repair and renovation of the building's stonework facade, replacing 100 stone balusters to the parapet to mirror the original installations.
The open nature of the balusters helps with this as light can pass freely through.
The handrail should be easy but the balusters (uprights) will be a nightmare, especially where they meet the base rail.
The speed rail kit includes three 6-foot rails; the baluster kit includes 14 balusters, and post sleeves, caps and collars are packaged individually.
The balustrade, which wraps the stair leading to the lower level, includes custom blown-glass balusters from Italy and a handrail of rich black lacquer.
In the past five months, the housing enforcement division responded to 11 complaints and found 28 violations, including an inoperable toilet, a missing toilet seat, missing electrical cover plates, missing bathtub control knobs, a cracked ceiling, water damaged ceiling tiles and missing balusters.
The oak staircase has barley twist balusters and is illuminated by a round arched window and a heraldic stained glass window.
It featured very fine heavy barley-twist balusters - the sole example in Brecon of this style.
Providing foam solutions to builders/developers/homeowners/ with interior and exterior retrofit architectural and bldg components (crown molding, columns, cornices, balusters, bannisters, window arches, and door trim) signage, theater stage props, trade show displays, landscape molds, etc.
Jel'd Poly Kote 275 does not run or drip and therefore is often used on overhead work and on intricate surfaces such as stairway railings and balusters.
In the ballroom, next to risers set off by thick balusters and under eight winking disco balls, revelers boogied to a band thumping through a Barry White song.
The property features enormous two-story picture windows, ornamental cast iron balusters and 22 terra-cotta gargoyles.
The models, most from nineteenth-century France, represent exercises in technical virtuosity, demanding knowledge of cantilevering, balance, forms of rotation, styles of balusters and other architectural details.