Tuesday, March 3, 2015

What About a Gray Banister?


Glossy black banisters are a classic but what about a warm gray?  It's so elegant and fresh.  This banister is from Bungalow Classic in Atlanta and they told me it's a custom tinted Pratt & Lambert gray.  They went with a Marine paint finish for the durability and shine.  Beautiful.



13 comments:

jayneonweedstreet.com said...

Intriguing! I have a bannister in the family room to second floor, and I hate the finish. Distinct possibility!

Dianne said...

Prettiest I have seen in a long time. So fresh!

Karena Albert said...

It is really beautiful Michele!

xoxo
Karena
The Arts by Karena

sharon smith said...

Fresh. It's nice to see some color but not the traditional black, white,or wood. What really caught my eye in the first picture was the layered rug over sea grass. Now that's what I'm talking about!!!
Sharon
The House of Hampton

ArchitectDesign™ said...

great paint, great sheen, but just lacks oomph. Not sure I love it. Like it on the other stair parts but the banister should have more presence.

home before dark said...

Sorry. Lacks the "oomph" as AD wisely noted. It seems it's trying to hard not to be noticed.

therelishedroost said...

Very pretty it works very well with that space!

stephanie at Stephanie Kraus Designs said...

LOVE LOVE LOVE. So pretty!

Cindy Hattersley said...

Hmmmm half to agree with AD lacks punch!!

Phyllis Trevor Higgerson, Henhurst said...

As one who doesn't like anything to stand out too much, it is just my style. Love the color and the gloss.

quintessence said...

Love the lacquer-like finish! And so practical for a bannister.

Segreto Secrets said...

I agree- I love subtleties and this is a great example of one! Very pretty!
xo.Leslie
Segreto Finishes

Windlost said...

Love it Michele. Fresh!
Xo Terri

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