This is a stock wood banister installed by the trim carpenter. Check out more ideas http://awoodrailing.com/2014/11/16/100s-of-deck-railing-ideas-designs/
This is likely custom fabricated panels by a local metalworker with the posts and top rail installed by the trim carpenter. http://awoodrailing.com/2014/11/16/100s-of-deck-railing-ideas-designs/#cableandwire
This was probably fabricated by a local metalworker; you can see how the radius of the foundation and the railing match.Check out this page for more metal railing ideas http://awoodrailing.com/2014/11/16/100s-of-deck-railing-ideas-designs/#cableandwire
This is likely a craftsman style railing that was built on-site by the trim carpenter.awoodrailing.com/2014/11/16/100s-of-deck-railing-ideas-designs/#craftsman
Most cable railings are built on-site with standard parts.Check out here for more cable railing designshttp://awoodrailing.com/2014/11/16/100s-of-deck-railing-ideas-designs/#cable
Hi Jenna - Thank you so much! The cable rail was through Atlantis Rail Systems.
Most cable railing is custom-built on site with standard parts available from many vendors. Check out all the different cable railing styles http://awoodrailing.com/2014/11/16/100s-of-deck-railing-ideas-designs/#cable
Thanks for the compliment. Yes theses railings are custom but as the wood railing people point out in the comment above there are many manufacturers that offer cable railing parts and pieces. Hayes and Feeney are just a couple.
We incorporated solid plates at the corners in this house as just one way to handle the turning of corners with cable rails. If you have custom verticals made to receive cable rails, I would suggest using aluminum or stainless steel for any fabrications outside, and inside you could use standard steel to keep from creating a rust/maintenance issue down the road.
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No need to think even a bit, they are definitely aluminum railings. They have the best look and the greatest quality one could ever get.
I don't know the answer, was wondering the same thing - I wonder if it is by Andrew T. Crawford ironworks. http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/2057854/list/blacksmith-extraordinaire-andrew-crawfords-gates
Lisa Poler, the railing design was completed by John Boyd Smith - johnboydsmith.com.
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These look like site built, custom wood railings in a craftsman/mission style. the posts look like they are some kind of maple but it's hard to tell from this pic. For more railing inspiration http://awoodrailing.com/2014/11/16/100s-of-deck-railing-ideas-designs/
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