Translation of baluster in Spanish:


balaustre, n.

Pronunciation /ˈbæləstər//ˈbaləstə/


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    balaustre masculine
    • Three balusters per tread with double-tread attachment produce a strong stable railing; matching balcony railing kits are also available.
    • 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.
    • Here, too were the louvres, the broad-based wooden benches, the curvilinear balusters supporting rails around polished wooden platforms.
    • I bashed and pulled the broomstick railings out, revealing the sawed off bottoms of the old balusters and a thick layer of paint and something undefinable (distemper, maybe) in between them.
    • Keeping the Orpheum's original architectural style intact was crucial to the Sioux City community, and entire sections of railing, balusters, and terrazzo steps needed to be painstakingly recreated.
    • From the entrance hall on the ground floor, a sweeping staircase, with wrought iron balusters and a highly polished wooden handrail, rises to the upper floor, which is lit by a large cupola.
    • The vertical posts are called rails or balusters if it is a balcony.
    • This circularity is echoed and enhanced by the razor-sharp curvilinear forms of apsidal niches, rounded arches, semicircular columns, Ionic volutes, decorative ovals, and turned balusters and kraters.
    • It features a stairway with turned timber balusters.
    • Simple incised arches adorn the squared terminals of the balusters that support the top shelf.
    • The heavy balusters had given way to light balusters and balustroids by the 1730s and 1740s.
    • Mold-making polyurethane is an economical substitute for silicone or latex to cast decorative concrete tabletops, balusters, or replicas of natural rocks and boulders.
    • A sprayer can be used, but some deck experts prefer to use a long-handled painting pad on decking, and painting ‘mitts’ or a brush on railings and balusters.
    • The old railing was replaced by classic turned-wood balusters.
    • Teak handrails are supported on sheets of toughened glass as balusters.
    • The turned rear posts have similar sequences of balls, balusters, and columns.
    • Oak hardwood floors, watercolors and oils, antiques, carved balusters and its balustrade, plush carpets… all melded together in artistic grace and simple complexity.
    • The table tombs are particularly elegant-flat ledger stones supported on vase-shaped marble balusters.
    • Maple handrails cap lacy steel balusters painted with Hammerite, a brand of finish that crinkles as it dries, resulting in a hammered-iron look.
    • You can also use a combination of materials, such as an oak handrail and oak treads combined with painted hemlock balusters.