Deck Railing Pictures

Deck Railing Picture through Branches

Deck Railing Picture through Branches

Deck Railing Pictures are a great resource when planning a deck railing project. If you are building new or if you are remodeling, it’s always so helpful to have a picture to look at so that all parties involved in the process can understand the intended design. That’s why using an architect or other design professional for your projects is important. These people have experience in planning and decorating spaces so that you can be assured the best results.

This set of mountain laurel deck railings was installed in Tennessee on a beautiful home built in a lush, verdant, natural setting. The ipe decking has already weathered to a shiny silver. The handrails will follow suit. The natural oak board siding is milled from local lumber.

Long Deck Railing Picture

Long Deck Railing Picture

To help in your project planning and design, here are some pictures of deck railing to get you started. These pictures are from a project that was installed in the mountains of Eastern Tennessee. Mountain Laurel Handrails are a great match for this home. Since every project is custom crafted, these sections have ipe wood as the lumber instead of the typical cedar. Ipe is a Brazilian hardwood that is similar in strength, durability, color, and general appearance and characteristics to woods like mahogany and teak. Both the ipe and the mountain laurel branches will turn a lovely silver color as they age.

Deck Railing Planter

Deck Railing Planter

This deck railing planter is one example of an design element that is can be better expressed through the use of a picture. This way you can see what it is that you like and don’t like about the way the bushes are arranged or the way that the different plants look together. Often times, deciding on features that you don’t like is as or more important than making an actual selection.

Wood Deck Railing Picture

Wood Deck Railing Picture

Wood deck railing pictures are helpful for color selections. Choosing a color seems to be one of the most difficult decisions in the whole home building process. Teams that are on-board about all aspects of a given project may end up pulling in entirely different directions when it comes to color selections. Each individual has their own taste and preference for color palettes and ultimately, all design pros involved can only provide a guide to the homeowner who has to make the final decision.

Picture of Deck Railing Bench

Picture of Deck Railing Bench

Built in Bench on Deck Railing

Built in Bench on Deck Railing

These built in bench seats are another great design element in these pictures of deck railing. Built in benches conserve space by providing seating that is integral to the perimeter of the deck instead of strewn across the area. This allows for entirely different options in seating, traffic flow, and entertaining arrangements. Using built in benches like shown in these pictures is a good choice for most decks.

Balcony Deck Railing

Balcony Deck Railing

Picture of Deck Railing from Balcony

Picture of Deck Railing from Balcony

The balcony on this deck really adds to the whole visual impact of this project. Hopefully, these deck railing pictures help to inspire your next design!

Updated on February 25, 2014 by jimmypader

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2 Responses to Deck Railing Pictures

  1. Patricia Cowan says:

    Would like to know the price per foot of this beautiful railing installed on a porch on our timberframe mountain home we are building in Middle Tennessee? We are located out I-40 , 60 miles east of Nashville.

    • wood railing says:

      Hi Patricia, Thanks for inquiring about Mountain Laurel Handrails!
      Railings are shipped nationwide in ready to install sections. We just need your post-to-post measurements and your city/state for delivery.