117 turnbuckle Home Design Photos

Urban Improvement Company
3 Reviews
Forest Park Southeast New Construction
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Questions4
steel stringers run thru eyeholes and tightened with a turnbuckle
added eye-hole screws at the floor, middle of the stairs and ceiling. Then they strung steel stringers through the eye holes and tightened them with turnbuckle fasteners.
added eye-hole screws at the floor, middle of the stairs and ceiling. Then they strung steel stringers through the eye holes and tightened them with turnbuckle fasteners. On the opposite railing, the look continues with horizontal stainless steel wire strung through the rail. Where the stairwell drops to
“Escalier” — stephanemeeus
Actual Size Projects
1 Review
Country Crib
Ideabooks6,201
Questions4
where did you get the iron turnbuckle collar ties?
The lights came from 1000bulbs.com and they are wrapped around the steel turnbuckle collar ties. They were put up there for a party and never came down.
cable turnbuckle rafter ties acting as lighting structure.
The lights came from 1000bulbs.com and they are wrapped around the steel turnbuckle collar ties. They were put up there for a party and never came down.”
“Lighting” — stuucky
Robert M. Cain, Architect
3 Reviews
Briar Creek Farm
Ideabooks807
Questions2
below. Stainless steel cables with turnbuckles typically used for railings help keep the table from teetering.
Brilliant cantilevered dining table Turnbuckle cables hold it taught
creates a floating effect. Three steel tubes go through the floor and connect to a footing in the crawlspace below. Stainless steel cables with turnbuckles typically used for railings help keep the table from teetering.
creates a floating effect. Three steel tubes go through the floor and connect to a footing in the crawlspace below. Stainless steel cables with turnbuckles typically used for railings help keep the table from teetering.
“table” — pyramidinteriorsinc
Loudoun County Interior Designer
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8 Reviews
Tahoe Ridge House
Ideabooks972
Questions4
That is a custom engineered steel plate ( hidden ) and turnbuckle system
The natural wood and finished walls. Of course the timber frame and turnbuckles is cool too.
I like the turnbuckles to support the beams rather than rafters
I love me a good clevis and turnbuckle system! beams and tongue and groove ceiling
“metal supports instead of wood?” — nexttopbdh
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Budget Design
Ideabooks1,432
Questions1
The connectors are called turnbuckles and the ones photographed above are a bit large for a cable railing unless you are looking for an exposed hardware type of look. We furnish turnbuckles and many other connectors at www.sandiegocablerailings.com
turnbuckles for cable rails
Turnbuckle attachment
Turnbuckle support...See turnbuckles
“Fence” — tvhyer
Big Wood Timber Frames, Inc.
Bay Lake Project
Ideabooks11,181
Questions10
is from a local steel supplier, we then manufacture the stretchers in our metal shop. We weld the plates to the bars which are threaded into the turnbuckle, the whole assembly is bolted to the timbers.
“Casa” — andra26
Big Wood Timber Frames, Inc.
Bay Lake Project
Ideabooks284
Questions2
We actually made the table. The top and base are made out of reclaimed material with steel turnbuckle stretchers in the center.
“Island high table” — pattyveloce
Foley Fiore Architecture
9 Reviews
Central Park West Penthouse, Manhattan
Ideabooks4,836
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hanging lounge: stainless steel rods connected by a turnbuckle for an elegant but industrial finish
swing bench: stainless steel rods are connected by a turnbuckle
Metalmorfis, he hung the lounging bench from an exposed structural steel beam. Instead of rope or a chain, stainless steel rods are connected by a turnbuckle for an elegant but industrial finish that coordinates with some of the other metal design elements they discovered behind the walls, which they kept
“Seat” — Sara Kraus
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