Timber painting made easy

A rising trend with homeowners is the ability to paint timber to match colour palettes and interiors, as well as create statements. Timber staircases in particular offer a ‘blank canvas’ where a lick of paint can instantly add character. 

Richard Burbidge’s Elements range, which was previously only available in Oak, has now been launched officially in Pine.  This alternative is a more budget-friendly option for those looking to save on costs while still enjoying high-quality timber.

The Pine drilled rails are now available in a variety of lengths alongside the sleek metal balusters in the Elements range, giving homeowners the perfect starting point for painting and matching staircases to the wider style of their home or hallway.

Created with easy installation and cost-effectiveness in mind, the balusters can easily slot into the pre-drilled rails and be fixed with a multi-purpose adhesive in a mastic gun. There is also the option to paint the Pine rails for a more affordable staircase makeover. 

Manufactured at Richard Burbidge’s Chirk factory, the rails are widely available in stock thanks to the company’s recently expanded warehouse racking system.