Log railing Arkansas complements the giant pillars that bring artistic dynamism to the vaulted roof. The twisting balusters crafted from branches add an additional creative element to the covered deck. Not to mention, an overhead structure extends the use of this outdoor space, as it shades the sun’s rays and shields against the rain.
Nothing says rustic like this moss log railing with all of its pure and natural characteristics. Mountain Laurel branches with their bark and moss intact emboss the untreated log rails and posts. The homeowners added a couple of matching wooden chairs to make this enchanting spot perfect for relaxing.
The North Dakota Lodge stair balcony railing does more than maintain the rustic character of the interior design—it enhances the look artfully. Simple, rough-sawn newel posts and timber rails frame a line of beautiful, organic Mountain Laurel branches up the stairway and along the overlooking balcony.
The rustic balcony railing was made to match the many wooden architectural elements in the interior of this grand North Dakota lodge. The symmetrically lined rails, pillar posts and exposed beams balance beautifully with the asymmetrical Mountain Laurel branch balusters.
The indigenous materials used in the locust stair railing mirror the natural beauty and diversity of wood. Here, the top and bottom rails crafted from pale locust logs offer an interesting contrast to the rich Mountain Laurel stick balusters.
Creatively designed and custom crafted, the Oklahoma porch railing brings an artistic inspiration to this quaint and cozy cabin. Linear rails and posts sculpt a beautiful geometrical frame surrounding the unique patterns of Mountain Laurel branches within each section.
This rustic balustrade displays linear wood handrails and guardrails perked up with twisting bark-covered twigs and robust newel posts. Clearly, the railings work like a charm on this country porch with other outdoorsy details, including stone supports and a wood beam roof.
The scene on the left with a Mountain Laurel deck railing and trees evokes a one-of-a kind feel. Unlike a traditional deck railing with straight vertical balusters as pictured on the right, the eye is drawn to free flowing branch balusters transforming an outdoor living space into a piece of art. To add more visual interest, ornamental caps adorn the tops of the stately newel posts.
Here, the wood handrail and leaves show how beautifully a variety of colors pop, as in the green and rosy foliage, with the natural tones of wood—browns, tans and reds—in the backdrop. The scene inspires deck railing ideas in the use of color on and around an outdoor deck.
The pergola deck railing crafts a visually appealing layer between the horizontal trelliswork above it and the criss-crossing lattice below. Unlike the other components, each rail section features a one-of-a-kind arrangement of Mountain Laurel branches in their natural reddish hue that stands out from the gray color scheme.