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Vermont Lake HomeElizabeth Herrmann architecture + design
- CableRail. Space my cables at slightly less than 4 inches to account for cable sag midspan.
Cable might b good for inside
Like the cable railings and the uninstructed views
- Cable railings (CableRail) - Vertical posts - thin verticals to complement the low profile of the cabling
Cable Railings One of the more common means of
Cable RailingsOne of the more common means of deferring to the view is to use a cable system. There are many types and sizes to choose from. Feeney makes the most recognizable brand, called CableRail. Vertical posts should be rigid enough to withstand the tightening of the cables. I always
always equally space my cables at slightly less than 4 inches to account for cable sag midspan.Opt for thin verticals to complement the low profile of the cabling. They can be made quite thin if fabricated from steel. The horizontal cables, to me, seem to disappear more than the verticals as our eyes naturally
Tennyson New ResidenceMAC Architecture Construction
Is that the CableRail or DesignRail system by Feeney, Inc.?
For the exact same "invisibility" reason, I designed and installed my horizontal cable railing system. Cables were black oxide coated to further disappear. Ultra-tec makes amazing fittings that hide inside the posts. Be aware that the cables must be tensioned
Vertical cable with dark color top rail and posts
Cable railing - definitely what we want for the deck
Cable rails. Use dark color intermediates and they "disappear"
Choosing a dark color for the verticals and top rail will allow the entire assembly to virtually disappear. cable railings
porchFrederick + Frederick Architects
learning more about the materials and techniques that were used to create the railings on this beautiful porch. Is there a manufacture that makes this cable and top rail? Thank you.
decades, I would tend to disagree. Initially, I would have thought it would mainly fit in with "contemporary" architecture, but seeing images like the Fredrick + Frederick residence and James Hill's architecture. where the cable almost becomes invisible, and the rest of the architecture remains predominant
It is a Cable Rail system. The top rail is 3.5" wide
Having seen hundreds of images of cable railing over the last couple
very nice, like the cable and the white trim may go better with our house
cable railings? CableRail by Feeney, Inc www.cablerail.com
Forest HillsRobert Kaner Interior Design
unsightly wall cables indoors? Embrace them as part of the design. Not only do these cables act as graphic, industrial-style frames for the windows, but they also inform the room's palette.
hide wall cables by using them as a design option
exposed wall cables as design element
how to hide unsightly cables - frame a window
Flummoxed about how to hide unsightly wall cables indoors? Embrace them as part of the design. Not only do these cables act as graphic, industrial-style frames for the windows, but they also inform the room's
Interesting approach to surface mounted wall cables
Cute idea with theexposed cables. All out in the open.
Flummoxed about how to hide unsightly wall cables indoors? Embrace them as part of the design. Not only do these cables act as graphic, industrial-style frames for the windows, but they also inform the room's palette.
Belize Residence: DeckRobert Granoff
Can you please tell me the make of your cable railing? We love it. Thank you
We offer a similar type of cable railing. Visit our website at: http://www.atlantisrail.com/
I like this type of cable rail. Wood posts keep it mountain
Cable railing wood top
cable railing with wood
wood posts w cables?
cable railing, heavier frame
very basic cable rail system
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Fusion FarmhouseLeonard Grant Architecture
Is that CableRail by Feeney? The combination of the pure wood and minimalist cable is dynamite!
We have a beautiful system called RailEasy Cable Railing, you can get additional details here: http://www.atlantisrail.com/raileasy-cable-railing
lights would fit in our barn house but still look like they belong inside
Wooden stairs mixed with the industrial cabling - perhaps even use thicker cables?
railing- pine or ? with cable rail. Top
Inexpensive, and Still Awesome! (Feeney Cable Rail)
Cabin with cable rail system. Rustic but modern. Very open
Bruck | "Highline" Cable lighting system
hello, the lighting looks very nice. who is the manufacturer of the cable lighting used here? thank you
We have used these nesting tables from Mitchell Gold more recently: http://www.mgbwhome.com/PRESCOTT-NESTING-SIDE-TABLEBR-available-online--P11050.aspx
Most of the furniture on this project is from BoConcept, including this chair. You can see more here: http://www.boconcept.us/Armchairs.aspx?ID=83531&imageid=3642 Good Luck! –Studio Santalla
have strong patterns elsewhere in the space, you might try a rug with an interesting texture, instead of a pattern. Sisal and Flat Woven rugs will fit well with the terra cotta as well, with its earthy feel.
Bulit in cabinets and cable lighting
Love the railing, what type of cable tighteners did you use? How did you connect the cable in corner post? t
the architect - Peter McDonald used the Standard Cable Assemblies (with a Quick-Connect® fitting & Threaded Terminal), stainless beveled washers and stainless steel caps for this railing. The system passes through exposed posts. But there are many fitting offerings, if optional attachment is required.
railing system pictured here is CableRail by Feeney, which uses 316 marine grade steel, ideal for extreme weather conditions. For more information, you can visit our website http://www.feeneyinc.com or contact us at 800-888-2418. Thank you for your interest!
The cable railing is usually made from
Might anyone know the manufacturer of the steel cable railing used in this photo? I'm very interested in that for our deck? Thanks!
Are these cable railings more expensive than say vinyl?
This job used CableRail by feeney. You can find more info here, http://www.feeneyinc.com/Architectural/CableRail
We are a manufacturer of cable railing systems. We offer both stainless and aluminum railing systems that are very
Vinyl tends to degrade over time, becomes brittle. Stainless steel will last for decades. Another source for CableRail is Feeney, Inc.
simple cable rail system w/ wood trim for behind kitchen
cable, steel posts and wood railing
Combo of metal posts, wood top and not too intrusive cables. May be more cable rows than we would desire.
exteriorsMark English Architects, AIA
This appears to be Feeney CableRail, which is available off-the shelf as a stock item to fit any railing system.
Please note the architect, Mark English's comment on the deck materials. He used CableRail by Feeney for infill and this is a custom fabricated frame. If you'd like an entire system, check out http://www.feeneyinc.com/Architectural/DesignRail
You can try http://stainlesscablerailing.com their quote was a few 1000 less then cablerail com on the cable railing system
shelf stock item to fit any railing system. Stainlesscablerailing.com
labor intensive and dulls drill bits quickly.The final option with ipe is to router a groove along the side of the boards and use concealed fasteners to fit into these grooves, with the fasteners secured to joists below. The cost of the predrilled boards is higher — as is the cost of the fasteners — but the
living roomHP Rovinelli Architects
Beautiful work! What cable tie system did you use for ceiling support?
Not aesthetic, though they look good! They are structural cable ties, used here instead of conventional wood collar ties. Thanks.
The rod or cable connections do not have to be horizontal...
steep roof with cable supports
Like the ceiling cables
Cross cable tension rods
cable beams...different
Roof cable ties...Cable Collar Ties...Ceiling roof cables
NW HOMESVanillawood
Where did you get the posts and cables for the railing?
They look like Ultra-tec fittings to me. Look at these images.
hi there we are trying to replicate the cable railings but cannot find the same hardware fittings. what company are the fittings from? thanks for your help.
tread tones. Feeney, Inc. has a great CableRail system for the infill. Lots of fabricators use it in their custom frames.
Staircase made out of metal cables
partially floating stairs; cable railing and stairs. Prefer white risers
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