A beautiful Minnesota deck railing welcomes guests to an inviting home on the lakefront. Balusters created from wavy branches of Mountain Laurel trees flow across the deck like a piece of art. The post-to-post railing system is further accented with shinny metal newel caps.
Sections with flowing branches from Mountain Laurel trees alternate with benches in this artsy, yet practical exterior railing. A pair of western red cedar boards that match the handrail and posts enclose the back of the benches.
Bring the outdoors in with the naturalistic look of this exclusive Laurel Banister. Just like the balusters, the wavy handrail is created from a beautiful Mountain Laurel branch. With its bark intact the texture is slightly rough to convey a truly rustic aura.
The bench and branch railing hot tub deck is the perfect place for both relaxing and entertaining! A bench railing secures part of the deck providing privacy while relaxing in the hot tub, and it also conveniently adds extra seating capacity.
In this picture of a natural Mountain Laurel Handrail a mature tree is being used in the railing as a design element, along with cut timbers functioning as newel posts.The tree, timber posts and branch balusters connect this outdoor living space with the woodsy landscape perfectly.
Installation of a Mountain Laurel outdoor railing! These eye-catching railing sections were built to the homeowner’s specifications in the shop and delivered to their lakefront home in Texas for easy installation.
The balcony curved handrail gleaming in front of a grand chandelier is the focal point of this spacious loft. Interlacing Mountain Laurel branches form beautiful balusters standing out like a piece of artwork, while keeping with home’s rustic theme.
Curving and weaving, the Mountain Laurel branches in the deck handrail add another visually appealing layer of texture, color and form to this relaxing outdoor space on the lake. Notably, the organic balusters form a piece of art among the linear elements on and in the deck.
Impressively Rustic! This handsome stairs handrail is being installed in a remolded lakefront home. The design features a post-to-post rail system with a decorative carving on top of hefty newels posts and organic Mountain Laurel branches for balusters, creating a one-of-a-kind layout.
The perfect deck handrail for a log home! This railing not only preserves the rustic character of the log home, but it also represents natural art. Balusters formed from Mountain Laurel branches intertwine to create an original design along the balustrade.