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Provincetown Beach House
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.
It looks like they used a stainless steel cable rail system with a wood cap.
The trim-cap border really sets this deck design apart.
durability and minimum maintenance with a 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 wearing and low maintenance. Deck: Zuri Royal Building Products
The metal artwork in the end caps
Like the ironwork at end of bar
love metal inset on end of counter
Iron work on end cap
Iron at end...Like the end piece
A welcoming bungalow front porch
like the stairs and caps
pillars, railing, stained stair caps
Caps on rails
Conte & Conte, LLC
Patio overlooking Long Island Sound
Like the wall - it has no cap
walls, patio and lighting ideas. Note the rounded ends and the stepping stones beyond the patio
Low curving stone wall with curled accents at the end.
end caps on walls
Grant and Power Landscaping
Glen Ellyn Residence
variation in hight of end wall columns
size? end caps...fireplace/floor combo of colors...
brick wall stone cap stone column
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
That looks like CableRail by Feeney by the looks of the end caps on the post. Am I correct?
Love the end caps for the steel wire. Would look nice at the corner near the front of the restaurant
McCarthy Custom Homes LLC.
Perfect! With simple posts. Love end look.
higher wall on one end to block wind
End cap roof...fireplace, open end
McDugald-Steele Landscape Architects
Austin Texas Residence
Wall and bench. Pillar end caps
Love interesting hardscape detail on back of seatwall and different rounded end on one side
Maybe build a bench at the end of deck or patio to hide pump view. Could pull end of table up to it.