MANUFACTURERS OF STAIR PARTS AND FURNITURE COMPONENTS SINCE 1986
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We manufacture a huge range of newel posts as, traditionally, newel posts were a larger version of the spindles in the staircase. To carry forward this tradition, all our spindle designs have a matching newel post design. See stair spindles to see all of the designs available. Another staircase tradition is to make a statement with a larger or decorated newel post at the bottom of the stairs, see our range of 'feature newels' to see what is possible to create that wow! factor.
All newel post designs are available in six main types, each for different applications, see below for full specifications and applications. Our newel posts are 90mm square as standard, however, we are happy to supply them in any size from 70mm to 150mm square. Newel posts are supplied as standard with ball finials, or clients may choose from an extensive range of finials, although there may be an extra charge for some finial designs.
Shown here in our Regency design for clarity but all newel types are available in any of our spindles designs.
This standard newel is the most common newel post, used in most locations.
This post is used when the stair case turns through 90 degrees on a landing.
Used in refurbishment jobs, allowing the newel to be fixed to an existing newel base.
The drop-in version of a quarter turn newel post.
The half newel post is used when the handrailing terminates at a wall.
The pin top newel is used in conjunction with continuous handrail systems. Available in both full and drop-in types.
Basic newel prices, for individual newel prices see stair spindles prices.
All prices are for 90mm square newels and include ball finials as standard, see finials for more options.
|Full quarter turn newel||From||£20.00||£65.00||£48.00||£34.00||£99.00|
|Drop-in quarter turn newel||From||£18.00||£49.50||£32.00||£29.00||£73.00|
|Full pin top newel||From||£20.00||£65.00||£48.00||£34.00||£99.00|
For fluted or twisted designs, add £6.00 to all prices are plus V.A.T. at the current rate.
The bottom newel of any staircase is often the first thing seen when entering your home. You can make a lasting impression in this area by fitting a feature newel. This could simply be a larger version of the newels used in the upper part of the staircase, or we can produce a wide range of embellishments to provide that WOW! factor.
A Yorkshire Rose carved on the front face of an Oak newel.
Rosette detail three faces of this Sapele newel with bun finial.
A built-up box newel in oak for painting.
Give us a ring for a quotation for such feature newels and if you have an idea, we may be able to help make it a reality.