A home in Wisconsin spotlights stunning rustic style for a cabin loft
This large loft adds function to the open concept design. As a multipurpose area, it can be used for extra sleeping quarters, a playroom and much more. But just as importantly, a loft’s design can make a huge visual impact as you will see in the pictures below.
Here, robust glass windows provide an abundance of natural light to brighten the loft. At the same time, the sun’s rays highlight the room’s rustic details such as hefty, wooden beams and Laurel branch railings. The view captures a beautiful blend of geometric and organic shapes. Continue Reading…
While opting for clean lines and clean designs for their house, homeowners add a splash of artistic flair by integrating handrails with interlacing shrub branches. As you’ll see in the pictures below, Laurel railings are an amazing complement to modern and contemporary interior design styles.
Clean Lines and Clean Designs with a Fresh Interpretation
When it comes to shape and line, a modern home’s interior typically features strong, straight lines. This design principle is quite evident here with the large, linear beams framing the ceiling. The indoor space also displays a strong geometric shape. But then, an unexpected element–curving and weaving balusters–stand out beautifully, while also fitting in perfectly. Continue Reading…
As you view these handrail branches in a treehouse, perhaps you’ll wish you were a kid again?
A treehouse wraps around a sturdy tree, while Laurel branches enclose the tall structure taking its visual appeal to new heights. That’s because there’s just something enchanting about Mountain Laurel branches.
Maybe it’s the way they twist and turn to form fascinating shapes? Whatever the reason, these natural twigs, grown in mountain forests, stir the imagination just like the treehouse itself. Continue Reading…
There’s just something striking about dark lines on natural wood in these railings designed for a rustic great room. One reason this room leaves a great impression is the homeowner’s interesting use of contrast—an essential interior design principle. And while contrast combines competing colors, textures and shapes, when done correctly as seen here, it all fits together beautifully.
Dark Lines on Natural Wood—A Lesson in Contrast
As you can see, this rustic pergola in Tennessee isn’t your ordinary landscaping structure. Its eye-catching details transform the yard into a charming and cozy outdoor living space… perfect for entertaining guests or relaxing alone in the hot tub. Let’s explore some of these extraordinary elements.
Connecting a home’s interior to its exterior and outdoor surroundings is becoming more and more important to homeowners. As you’ll see in the pictures, a homeowner selected branch infill for interior and exterior railings to create a cohesive flow throughout his Craftsman home and tree-lined lot. And the result is stunning!
Big Sky Montana railing gets its inspiration from the rugged terrain and other natural surroundings of this home’s amazing locality.
Montana, nicknamed Big Sky Country is famous for its magnificent mountains, alpine forests and abundant wildlife. So instinctively, the homeowners wanted to incorporate local elements into their interior design.
An artistic railings on the interior and exterior structures of a house, with multilevel balconies, is a creative showpiece.
This rare custom home design was in need of equally special railings. With so many options in handrails, there are very few that have truly random designs, where each and every one is unique. These artistic handrails all have different shapes and patterns since they are made with sticks and branches from the mountain laurel tree.