60 turned baluster Eclectic Exterior Design Photos

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Josh Wynne Construction
White posts with natural balusters.
sawn balusters...Like the balusters!
“Barandas” — porcelana
Becky Harris
Oak Bluffs Painted Ladies
Pink on the balusters
“Name plaque” — knappster
Ginkgo House Architecture
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Eclectic House
salvaged from downtown buildings that were being demolished. A new, larger balcony replaces a concrete slab with iron rails. And a new rail with glass balusters offer unobstructed lake views and introduce a new material into the eclectic mix. Copper rain chains offer function and fascination.
“Rare Wood Behr Paint color” — Susan Cameron_Brown
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Kimberlee Marie Interior Design is a full service interior design company that turns its client's dreams for their home into a reality. We will add warmth and functionality to your living area.
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Wilton Residence
and money. If you've got the money we've got the time. :). In all seriousness though, I have been asked to travel to India for a project and had to turn it down, but based on the project it could be something very interesting. http://youtu.be/5DuFdtFOw_I
“Room connected by walkway further from house as workout, music and pool house” — bradotto
Jasper, Georgia Montana style mountain home
Turn around drive
“Dark green with light green on top” — Natural Patterns
Adrienne DeRosa
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Bates Exterior
Pop of colour anyone? This green door turns this traditional home into a funky pad.
“Like the wall and roof and attic window” — bijalshah007
TEA2 Architects
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Idaho Retreat - Gate House
Key-hole window turns a small interesting cottage into an unforgettable one.
“stone on lower half” — Cynthia Kirchubel
josh wynne construction
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Josh Wynne Construction
the eye. Flat-sawn baluster patterns span from the late 1800s to the present day. Whether you are restoring an old house or building a new showstopper, decorative flat-sawn balusters and gingerbread details will be the crowning touch to any porch or stair design.
staircases. Naturally resistant to rot, flat-sawn balusters are precision cut from lasting woods, like western red cedar, and designed with lifelong durability in mind. Created with a fretsaw, they encompass the use of negative space in their design. The balusters are generally 1 to 2 inches thick and 4 to
“Originally designed for Victorian houses, flat-sawn balusters convey a good old-fashioned feel in a” — betteknows
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