Tuesday, 21 April 2015

Stairway to heaven

                            
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Love at first sight? We all know first impressions count for a lot, and hall appeal is most definitely the new kerb appeal, as a stylish hallway can make a real style statement in any home. However, more often than not, this part of the home is neglected, used as a dumping ground by the kids and the bottom of the priority list when it comes to redecorating.

However, the hallway is often the first sight guests see when you open the front door, from neighbours popping by, to parents dropping children off after play dates, so make sure you make a lasting impression with yours.

To add a bit of love to your hallway this spring, why not upgrade your staircase? This may seem like a long and difficult task, but changing stair parts is actually much quicker and more hassle-free than you might think.

Richard Burbidge, the stair parts expert, offers a range of simple-to-install stair parts to suit any style or budget.The Heritage range is ideal for creating an impressive hallway space. The luxury oak range comes in white oak, with a wide choice of turned or plain spindle and newel designs, creating a unique and timeless feature.

Alternatively, the FUSION® range, features glass panels that create the illusion of light and space, ideal for dark, narrow hallways. To further lighten and brighten your hallway the use of light pastel shades and strategically placed mirrors can help make your hallway the stairway to heaven!

Changing stair parts may seem like a big commitment, particularly when choosing a feature staircase, however,The Richard Burbidge ranges come with comprehensive installation instructions, and some ranges feature pre-drilled hand and base rails, meaning that different styles can be easily fitted, making updating your staircase as simple as a new lick of paint.

To find out how you can transform your hall with new stair parts, visit www.stairproject.co.uk. Here you’ll find an array of the latest interior design trends, as well as Richard Burbidge’s handy planning tool, which can help with the designing of your new stairs.

                       
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