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Contemporary Deck
manufacturer of the steel cable railing used in this photo? I'm very interested in that for our deck? Thanks!
This job used CableRail by feeney. You can find more info here, ...
We are a manufacturer of cable railing systems. We offer both
becomes brittle. Stainless steel will last for decades. Another source for CableRail is Feeney, Inc.
Do-Yourself-Friendly and can be installed by the homeowner on a weekend. Our product you may want to consider is called Century Railings. Available in Canada
Deck railing with cable. Very clean looking.
spindles and cable system, not what we talked about, but an idea of what can be done.
Ipe decking, Redwood railing, stainless spindles and cable system,
Are these cable railings more expensive
“the thin railing!” — andreajolson
Mary Prince Photography
10 Reviews
Provincetown Beach House
Love the railing, what type of cable tighteners did you use? How did you connect the cable in corner post? t
a stainless steel cable rail system with a wood cap.
I was informed this is CableRail by Feeney's system
I believe the architect - Peter McDonald used the Standard Cable Assemblies (with a Quick-Connect® fitting & Threaded Terminal), stainless beveled washers
The railing system pictured here is CableRail by Feeney, which uses 316 marine grade steel, ideal for extreme weather
The cable railing is usually made from Type 316 Stainless Steel which is highly co
high-wind and saltwater environment in mind. The wire cable rail by Feeney Architectural Products has bolts as end caps to hold the wire. PVC trim is hard
two tone wood with the cables
“Good” — sathya45
Scheer & Co.
4 Reviews
did you mount the table to the wall? Did you make a hole on the table for cables? Thank you very much! Chiemi
follow Houzz contributor Killy Sheer's lead by mounting power strips and cables under the desk with zip ties and eye hooks. They're not visible from above
desk. If you're not the DIY/handy type and would rather buy something to manage wires, you're in luck ...
“Space usage!” — kddean
Moore About... Design
3 Reviews
Exterior Front Entry
overhang continues the corrugated metal roof but uses exposed boots mixed with cable railing. The concrete water feature was formed with left over siding and
Great natural/industrial look. Where can I get cable wire fence?
Here's the actual product used on this project -.... Good Luck!
The maple and cable railing are great.
“the openess” — allural
Studio Santalla, Inc
15 Reviews
Master Bedroom
I really love the cable lights whose the manufacture.
Design, Please do not advertise for products using our portfolio. -Studio Santalla
Paulette, The cable lighting system we used on this project
Installed just below the existing ceilings, the cable lights in this master bedroom provide plenty of light without interfering with the home's original
where did you get the cable lighting?...Cable lighting for back wall in kitchen
“terracotta tiles” — sanjiv1957
Peter McDonald Architect
5 Reviews
Provincetown Beach House
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So the post is a wood product and you encased it with white PVC or is 100% PVC? This a beautiful deck
clad posts cable rail feel free to visit our website at ...”
cable and wood cable rail feel free to visit our website at ...”
Zurich decking, cable rail, simple poste
If I were going with cables, this is how
Cable Rail handrail detail, wood decking
“Deck railing” — dka23
Kayron Brewer, CKD, CBD / Studio K B
16 Reviews
Home Office Computer Room
it up, the fabric could be easily changed. The solution for the cord management was simply a "L" shape wood piece, matching cabinetry that is tucked up
burlap, lighting and closed storage. May I ask how you handled the cord management? Write a comment
family was in the process of moving in....so the little things like cord management wasn't done yet.
should look into some cord management.
“Lighting” — Maria Angel
Cushman Design Group
8 Reviews
Modern Shaker
Beautiful railing-which cable system and/or installer?
Normally the cable ends (receivers) will show at the front newel- this
this system seems like they dont- is that right? And which cable system is that? Thanks! PS- I'm local to Denver!
Cushman Design Group we are the manufacturer of the cable system you purchased from Wagner and we were wondering if you had a high res version of this
Mu notes say Solo for product and color is sprout and oat, sandstone finish
Detail for small spaces that don't require cable.
“Banister” — kcg10913
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