This stunning custom wood banister is made from a single piece of lumber to mirror the rise and treads of the stairs. Featuring a one-of-a-kind design, it is sure to be the focal point of the staircase, not to mention a great conversation piece.
With its rustic appeal, this interior railing pairs perfectly with tongue and groove boards in the pitched ceiling. The balusters are designed from organic Mountain Laurel branches covered in their beautiful reddish-brown bark. Note how their curving shapes contrast nicely with the ceiling’s linear form.
Patio furniture, a hot tub and deck railing make this outdoor space an inviting place to unwind after work and on the weekends. The decorative handrail with interlacing Mountain Laurel branches also transitions the space into the landscape beautifully.
As this picture of the snow and railing bench shows, even during the harshest days of winter, Mountain Laurel deck railings still look lovely. Small mounds of snow settle on the branches and highlight their wavy silhouettes for a beautiful view on a cloudy day.
With their sinuous shapes and bark intact, balusters created from the branches of Mountain Laurel trees add character to this rustic handrail. Notice how forest green posts and handrails along with reddish-brown balusters play beautifully with the lush trees in the background.
Using branches from Mountain Laurel trees is an exclusive and exciting way to dress up a home’s exterior. This railing for the stairs and balcony looks like a natural piece of art nestled in a woodsy setting.
The front house handrail is a necessary safety feature for the balcony, but it also adds a decorative architectural element to the home’s exterior. The Mountain Laurel branch balusters and wooden brackets create a beautiful frame above the front door and along the balcony.
As seen in this picture of the snow, railing and trees, drifts of snow dust the branches of a Mountain Laurel handrail, appearing as beautiful in winter as it does in the summer. These branch balusters are strong and dense, so they weather well even in harsh environments..
Built from branches of the Mountain Laurel tree, this log cabin wood railing gets its artistic beauty from nature. The organic balusters with their bark intact form a unique pattern along the balustrade and break up the linear look of the pillars and floor boards.
With the timber frame, tongue and groove boards, and stone fireplace, the balcony railing and antler chandelier are well suited for this rustic retreat. The balusters are crafted from Mountain Laurel tree branches covered in bark. They form unique curving shapes that play beautifully with the antlers in the chandelier.