It's easy to see why diagonal crosses are often referred to as farmhouse railings. Is this not the most quintessential modern farmhouse you've ever seen?
The diagonal crosses in this balustrade mimic the angled lines of the exposed rafters above. Both in bright white, they pop against the dark clapboard exterior.
Designed for island living, this fine railing is enhanced with decorative post caps.
With closely placed posts, the X's on this Illinois home are taller than they are wide.
Combining quatrefoil railings, diagonal cross railings and ornamental porch brackets ... this front elevation is a vintage woodworking dream!
With only one diagonal piece per section, this porch appears longer and leaner.
Diagonal cross balustrades are perfectly suited for the classic American Dutch colonial. Here they help enclose a screened-in porch.
Greeted upon entry by a custom screened-in front porch with diagonal cross balustrades, it's impossible not to fall in love with this Georgia home.
It's a balustrade bonanza! This beautifully landcaped Virgina home features diagonally crossed balustrades below, embellished Union Jack balustrades above and square spindles in between.