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Little things make the difference.
Dress up a plain wooden stair rail by using an ornamental curtain finial. Simply screw into place. You'll find finials to be reasonably priced, so you may want to use more than one. I like to put one at the entrance or bottom of the stairs and one at the top of the stair landing.
There are loads of finials to choose from, the selection is endless. When trying to decide which finial is right for you and your stair rail, remember to think about your personality, how you want to reflect it and what would make you smile every time you climb those stairs. If you consider yourself the traditionalists, go with a pineapple or acorn finial, in a brass or pewter finish. If an up-town look is what you have in mind, add sparkle with a dressy crystal finial.
Contemporary you say? Chrome or silver may be the right touch. What about a beautiful fleur-de-lis design in black iron or imagine how an antique quilt finial would look on your stair rail. If you'd like to take the more whimsical approach, use your favorite colors and paint a wooden finial just the way you want it!
The finial on your stair rail may seem like the tiniest of details; but paying attention to details like this, will set your home apart from the rest!