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uses Rhododendron branches to create a rustic looking rail. This might be perfect for a cabin in the woods. Click on the numbers below to see more ideas
This craftsman style wood railing features stained glass inserts, decorative post caps, and a double box balustrade. This railing features custom enlarged decorative newel posts and a ipe top cap. This is a custom Chippendale panel wood railing built on the jobsite. You can build a jig to speed up the process and ensure uniform dimensions. Make sure your railing infill has less than 4" openings. This composite railing has been customized to fit a curved deck. The balusters are black metal. We would prefer a shorter post below the post cap. This is a combination of a curved bench, planter and custom wood rail. The railing uses a double baluster pattern. This railing system uses a galvanized wire mesh to create an industrial style railing. Notice how the mesh is held in with trim. This is an example of a glass railing. The glass must be safety tempered to prevent shattering. You can also use tinted glass. A great way to preserve views. This is a decorative aluminum baluster with a curved cedar rail. This aluminum rail system is 42" high and attaches in between white decorative columns with low voltage side mounted lights. This hot tub area is surrounded by a custom cedar privacy screen that included low voltage lighting. Notice how the privacy screen includes a square lattice panel at the top. The base of the privacy screen uses diagonal cedar tongue and groove to match the skirt to the right.