This basement entry pops with a chunky black safety railing. A center medallion decorates the gate.
Traditional baskets punctuate the balusters on this stair railing that lends drama and safety to the front porch.
Wells Spirals sourced and painted this antique leaf-layered steel topper to match the traditional spiral for a church converted into a residence.
This gothic railing, its balusters decorated with knuckles, made the altar area at the Lake Geneva Catholic Church more accessible while aligning with the existing design.
The finish on this two-story horizontally banded spiral in a home at Geneva National is clear-coated to enhance the modern industrial vibe.
Wells Spirals built this fence on Powers Lake in the ‘80s. When a tree fell recently, we repaired the fence to seamless match the original.
This contemporary deck hangs off a lakeside home in Twin Lakes, giving an illusion of floating on air. The open railing, a steel version of cable railing, takes advantage of the lake view from the second story.
This distinctive emerald green driveway gate was a collaboration between Dovetail Construction and Wells Spirals. We manufactured the gate’s steel support system (seen here from the back), ad Dovetail made the chunky wood facing, all of it painted a dramatic green.
Wells Spirals does straight stairs, too, as with these custom galvanized metal-tread steps leading to the second-story landing in this impressive seven-car garage. The coordinating two-tone mesh railing upstairs sets apart the unique industrial look this client had in mind.
Adding wood treads and handrail to this contemporary spiral upped the drama in this south-shore Lake Geneva home graced with beautiful wood floors. The design is further elevated with a custom oil-rubbed bronze finish on the spiral.