Sourcing and supplying of finishing products to the constructor

Balustrading

Our range of stone balustrading follows very much the classical and accepted forms to enrich, enliven and enhance building projects.

Used to crown a building at roofline, embellish a balcony, replace a brick wall, delineate a terrace edge or make a garden feature, balustrading is perhaps one of the most visually enhancing architectural features of all.

When cut from natural stone it was only for state buildings and the very rich nobility of the day. Now our moulded range enables designers to include the extremely decorative product in schemes without fear of overreaching for budget.


Ramped balustrade
Ramped balustrade to a Thameside location
Balustrading
Balustrade edging a garden terrace in Wimbledon
Balustrading
Balcony balustrade has architrave detail matching banding course of building, in Weybridge
Balustrading
Balustrading in Holland Park, the balusters of which are square in section and traditional for this area
Balustrading
Riverside garden with ramped and splayed balustrade from a balustraded terrace
Balustrading
Terrace balustrade at 1100 height to protect against fall from high level to lower garden level, in St George's Hill, Weybridge
Balustrading
Roof parapet balustrade providing enclosed safe area to roof garden, in Chiswick
Balustrading
Waterfront terrace balustrade with decorative ball finials
Balustrading
Patio balustrading to cottage garden, in Lyne, Chertsey
 
Balustrading
Bespoke architect designed panel balustrade to first floor splayed parapet walling, in Chelsea
Balustrading
Knot linked circles forming a parapet balustrade to architect's design, in Richmond
Balustrading
Balustrade replacement matching existing, in Kensington