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Stair Banister Renovation Photos

Before and After: A Stair Banister Renovation

Here's a post from CasaSugar Community member stephaniepoli from the Su Casa group:

The first thing I wanted to change after moving into our home in 2009 was the banister. It was this unappealing light wood color that didn't match. The wood itself had been neglected for some time. Most of the original varnish had worn off. Instead of spending tons of money replacing the whole thing, I went to work on it myself. After more hours than I can count, spent sanding, staining and painting I had a beautiful new banister for under $60 dollars!

Keep reading to see the stunning results!:


For more pictures and details about my banister makeover, visit my blog Love & Lace.

Have you tackled any home renovations lately? Be sure to share photos in the Su Casa group!

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strangehunny strangehunny 4 years
I commend you for crossing that "don't dare paint wood" line some people draw in the carpet. This is proof that bold paint choices are space-changing!
Ficklefaerie Ficklefaerie 4 years
That does look a million times better. Great job! :D
lauren lauren 4 years
Oh I can only imagine how much sanding this took but it looks AMAZING! Great job, stephanie!
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