Miami Stainless Blog
Late last year one of our loyal customers installed a custom made staircase in a beautiful display home on the Gold Coast. Miami Stainless proudly supplied a stylish stainless steel handrail to complete the project. It was such a lovely job that we sent our photographer to the project to get some pictures.Read More
Balustrades which have a drop of 4 metres or over are not permitted to have
horizontal wire balustrades and as such most people opt for glass balustrade. However vertical balustrades are a safe and stylish option as an alternative to glass.
Advantages of having a vertical wire balustrade is there is a lot less maintenance compared to glass. The stainless wires also allow for alot more air flow and less reflection with light at night.Read More
Did you know that you can buy glass hardware online at the Miami Stainless website, get same day despatch and free delivery for orders over $200?Read More
Topics: Glass Balustrade
Miami Stainless understands that when Architects and Designers are creating their vision they require all the tools and specifications easily accessible. That’s why we provide all of these important requirements in quickly downloadable formats from our website.
However somethings about designing for residential and commercial projects that are not tangible are how the finished materials impact the feel of the completed project.
Our recently updated Revit files include railing systems for glass and wire balustrade systems. Both interior and exterior applications of these products need careful consideration to the end user. Here we look at the 2 different product lines and the differences you should consider before specifying these products.Read More
How you design the exterior of your house speaks a lot about how you prefer to live. Many people spend thousands of dollars on the exterior appearance of their home. Of course, having a deck on your property is a great idea.Read More
Topics: Glass Balustrade
Home designs have evolved dramatically over the past couple of decades, usually incorporating the best of old designs and new innovative concepts. The old Queenslander homes design generally share a series of features that have become iconic, and have been widely employed by interior designers and architects in many different settings.
Modern influences have dramatically changed the authentic home design of the conventional Queensland home. Today we are going to look at a new home build by Elysium Designed, built in the residential Brisbane suburb of Tarragindi. Here are some of the unique features this mordern home as inherited from the original Queenslander design.Read More