Noun(1) a railing at the side of a staircase or balcony to prevent people from falling
(1) The roof is adorned with an ornamental balustrade , as are the roofs of the central block and the wings.(2) It was then that, owing to the pressure of numbers, the stone balustrade skirting the wall of the hotel collapsed onto the pavement.(3) The hallway has a sweeping staircase to the first floor, with a wrought-iron balustrade and hardwood handrail.(4) What I finally did, after about an hour, was to slither off my seat, very very carefully, and crouch in the footwell, so that the balustrade railing was above my head.(5) The roof of Cornish slate was similarly recreated using old slate found in the garden foe matching purposes; the balustrade and balusters were also beautifully reconstructed.(6) The three-metre decked terrace beyond benefits from a glass balustrade , leaving the panorama uninterrupted.(7) Upstairs, the bedrooms lead to a balustraded balcony.(8) The company produces wrought iron gates, fencing, railings and balustrades .(9) They range from kitsch Tyrolean examples, complete with ornate synthetic roof tiles and balustraded balconies, to far less showy Scandinavian-style laminated timber homes.(10) The apartments will all have decked balconies with glass balustrades , ash veneer doors throughout and surface and underground car parking facilities.(11) Handrails or balustrades are essential if there is any danger of falling.(12) The balcony balustrades beneath her were warm from the sun, a warm breeze pulling her auburn hair back, as if to tug her gently into the library behind.(13) There will be both surface and underground car parking, while many units will have balconies with glass balustrades .(14) A short flight of balustraded stairs leads to an upper landing with the master bedroom with en suite on one side and another equally large bedroom on the other.(15) Investigations revealed the cause to be a breakdown of the waterproofing to the bolts on the base plates supporting the balustrades .(16) Again, the wood of the coconut tree was shown used in making furniture, door and window frames, balustrades , wooden screens, etc.
1. banister ::
2. handrail ::
4. bannister ::
Different Formsbalustrade, balustrades
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