Mountain Laurel Handrail Product Guide

Take a minute and check out the Mountain Laurel Handrail Product Guide. This is your guide to the different options from Wood Railing.

Product Guide front page

There are four different styles of railing available. Mountain Laurel Handrail is the typical style and is what you’ll see most of as you browse the pictures. Log Cabin style is similar to a traditional balustrade in that all of the balusters run vertically straight up and down except that they are made of mountain laurel branches. The Lissara is named for the project that originated the design. Each railing section is framed with lumber and set in 3.5″ from each post to create an open space. The Great Smoky style is very popular in Western North Carolina where these railings are made. In this design, the top and bottom rails are made from round black locust poles about 3″-4″ diameter. These logs can be peeled with the bark removed or unpeeled, with the bark left on.

The Product Guide also includes information on all the different customizations available. Basically, if you can design it or dream it, the Wood Railing Workshop can make it a reality. This includes custom designs, custom lumber species, painting or staining the sticks and more! Easy installation instructions are also included to help guide you through the installation

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Updated on February 6, 2015 by jimmypader

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3 Responses to Mountain Laurel Handrail Product Guide

  1. Star Cordell says:

    What is the prices for something like these railings? Beautiful!

  2. Michael Archdeacon says:

    Hey there, we live in East Tennessee and own
    a log cabin. We are renovating our 2 level deck and are interested in the options you list. Could you please send us a product guide with cost per foot of your various products, please? We are located in zip code 37686 and look forward to learning more of your beautiful products!