Mountain Laurel Handrail Products

Deck Railing

deck railing
A common application for Mountain Laurel Handrails is on exterior decks, and they’re a perfect fit for a variety of styles. Whether it’s a porch covered over with a roof and timber frame structure or a deck that’s open to the air above, these products add style unlike any other. With a clean and natural look, they give a finished and polished feel to any exterior deck. The sticks will be red when the sections arrive but will weather to a lovely silver color. However, the red color can be preserved with the regular use of a penetrating stain in the color named “Natural.”

Interior Railing

interior railing

While these products are popular outdoors, they certainly have a place indoors as well. For the ultimate in a grand staircase foyer and balcony railing, the natural curved shapes add cachet to the average design and lend grandeur to the designer’s vision. Designers and architects realize the importance of breaking up space to give a correct proportion. Take a look at this balcony handrail with an antler chandelier beyond it. This hangs in the foyer for a stunning style!
Just as they do outdoors, these handrails are able to give a space both a rustic and polished look. For a more unified home design, use them on both the interior and exterior of the home.

Stair Railings

Stairs Railing

When building a new home, a detail that is often overlooked is the stair railings. But they are a very important element of the home, essential to traveling from level to level. Often these exterior deck stairs will lead to the backyard. This area can sometimes be manicured into a courtyard or landscaped with plants and bushes.

Curved Railing

Mountain Laurel Handrails strive to create the best, most unique pieces for our customers. This includes creating more complex designs than straight railings. Circular construction is the ultimate in difficulty since it requires the utmost of precision to execute. Curved railing on a curved deck is a great look, especially when combined with a log home or a grand timber frame. The curves of the architecture complement the curvaceous design of the handrails and give your deck a natural and comfortable look. These railing systems are a perfect choice, not only for their style but also for their strong and durable natural appeal.

Log Railing

Log and Branch Railing

Log railing is already a unique design element, and it’s made even better with Mountain Laurel Handrails. Break away from boring vertical rectilinear patterns and incorporate the natural, organic shapes of the branches. These natural shapes and designs truly feel at home in an outdoor setting.

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Mountain Laurel Furniture

mountain laurel handrails

The natural feel of Mountain Laurel Handrails doesn’t only have a place outdoors. These beautiful furniture pieces will tie together any home décor. Not only is every piece of furniture practical and well built, but each piece is also unique. Taking the style of woven branches even further produces creative results in all kinds of furniture like headboards and tables. The curving sticks are displayed under glass as if one were viewing art hung on a gallery wall, promising that each of these pieces is truly a work of art. For a calming and natural feel in your bedroom, you can’t go wrong with a headboard. You can enjoy and admire this woodworking all around your home.

Mountain Laurel Material for Railing Parts

Laurel Branch Material

Mountain laurel branches are available for railing parts to do it yourself and build your own handrail. Typically preassembled sections are shipped nationwide, but you can also buy material you may need for railing parts here.

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57 Responses to Products

  1. Kevin Townsell says:

    Folks, I need 100 linear feet of the exterior wood deck railings, and 60 feet of interior deck railings for a mezzanine. Also, I need about 40 linear feet of stairway railings. Can you give me pricing? Tx

  2. Anna Jones says:

    6ft branch like exterior wall mount handrail for brick. Husband had a stroke and need to equip exterior steps of our restored Neo Tudor Cottage style home with appropriate handrail quickly. Can you help me?

  3. John Erhart says:

    Need 13 feet of hand rail and vertical wood to complete project

  4. Sara Frazier says:

    I am seeking a lower end quote on a curved rail system for an interior balcony spanning 6′ with an 18″ overhang.

  5. Patricia Babb says:

    Need new railing for upstairs remodel. Would like a twig design. Need a 10.5 foot. And 5.5 foot sections to cover the stairs and landing. Can u give me an idea of price? Length of time to receive an order?

  6. Sherry voth says:

    Please send me product list. Looking for unique hand rail.

    • Marie Donohue says:

      Really nice product. I would like an idea of pricing on straight deck railing to possibly factor in a new construction budget.

  7. Jay Croft says:

    I’m interested in buying the material to build my on railings on my log home in Georgia. I want to remove the existing pockets and install your product. I recently stayed at a cabin in Blueridge where I seen it. I studied how it was constructed and feel I can do this. I just need material. I can travel to you to pick up.If you could let me know that would be great. Jay Croft. (478)361-0338

  8. Erin says:

    Hello, We are looking for an interior railing leading up to a loft with a small regular railing at the top of the loft. Do you have some sort of price list/reference that I could check out?

  9. Lauren Unkle says:

    Hi James,

    We bought the log rails from use recently and love them. We are now looking at ways to attach them to our wall. Thinking an iron bracket.. any recommendations for what would hold the branches best in place and showcase the piece?

  10. Christine says:


  11. Pete Garrison says:

    Hi James,
    I just tried calling you, and I left a voicemail. I have two twelve foot railings across my loft and a 14 foot railing co.i g down the stairs. I would like to put your product on them. I’m not sure how much it would take. I have guesstimated something like 120 pieces of three foot long sticks. I am trying to get an estimate of the cost for materials only.

  12. Don Elliott says:

    Looking to buy bundles of branches for yard sculptures

  13. Debbie Far says:

    Send product guide.

  14. Susan Jannarone says:

    Need handrails for two bridges in back yard. I can do lots of work. Need to learn process. Have rhodendruns in yard I’ve built Juliet Balcony with.

  15. J.T.Jones says:

    are looking for Branch railing for our loft. Could you send us a product brochure and pricing.

  16. tom thompson says:

    I would like to get a quote for an interior railing that is 7’1″ long from wall to corner post

  17. Michael smith says:

    I am looking for interior Balcony aprox. 14 feet 7 inches long from wall to wall. the picture you have for your interior railing with all the sticks is what I would like quoted

  18. Chris Shuler says:

    I’m also interested in branches for my deck railing. Please send me a product catalog.

  19. Rebecca Pye says:

    HI! I’d love to get a price quote for your deck railing.

  20. Mindy says:

    Please send me a product guide with pricing information. Thank you!

  21. Sherry Schoonover says:

    Interested in pricing of just branches to build our own railing. It is approx for 44 feet thanks so much!!

  22. Justin says:


    I purchased 36 acres near Dillard Ga. There is tons of mature mountain laurel on the property that will be cleared at some point to develop lots for vacation homes. Do you know of any furniture company that would be interested in purchasing these plants if we cut them?

    Thanks for your guidance.

  23. Daniel Coleman says:

    I would like to purchase 12 laurel branches to be used on furniture as a decorative item. 36 to 48 inches long. Can I get a quote including shipping to 13027?

  24. will says:

    welike your work. please send us the infor on your prices.

  25. James Hinshaw says:

    Please send me a product guide with pricing information.

  26. Marcie says:

    How beautiful! Are these available in kit form? I have an open concept home and I would like to put a 16′ length of railing next to the dining area.
    Thank you

  27. jerry brocato says:

    i have 2×4 wood railings on top of wrought iron. my problem is the marine varnish does not last very long and very year or so , they have to be sanded down and revarnished. what could i use that would not be as labor intensive. i was looking at faux wood for the low maintenance.

  28. Dan Miller says:

    We’re can I find the Natural stain that you use to protect the color of the railings?

  29. Fred slaughter says:

    Have heard of rhododendron and laurel logs being
    Twelve feet plus in length eight to ten inches in diameter, obtained from timbering. Estimated to be 100 year old Available? Price?

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  31. Brooke says:

    Hi James,
    I am planning a deck with your deck railing. We will have a short stairway to access the back yard. We’d like to have a hinged gate at the top of the stairs mounted on one of the railing posts (to keep dogs and kids coraled). It will be roughly 36″h x 43″w. Have any of your customers built gates with your railing? I am worried about sagging over time – How can I ensure rigidity of the gate so that it will not sag and drag on the deck surface. Thanks!

  32. Dan says:

    Hi …I am wondering how much you would charge for just the cut mountain laurel branches? Do you sell them by the bundle? I would like to do some home projects myself. Thanks

  33. Gregory Dalton says:

    I would like an entire home built in your unique fashion of laurel weaving. Please quote me for a roughly 2,400 sq ft home, 4 bed/2.5 bath, 2 car garage. Please keep in mind that all walls, interior and exterior, should be fashioned of this extraordinary skill in which you mangle these branches together. The home will be built on a lakefront in Georgia. Thank you.

  34. Jerry Wells says:

    do you have a storefront in Franklin-I live in Blairsville and would like to visit and shop

  35. Jason Finkle says:

    Hello. I live in Clinton CT and am interested in buying branches to create my own deck railing. I am willing to even come pick them up rather than have them shiped dependignon prices. I would love to touch base to discuss pricing and availability. Thank you for your time.

  36. stefano rassu says:

    do you delivery in australia?

  37. lisa mercure says:

    Can you give me a price on the interior rail. approx. 25 feet of interior rail for a staircase and a balcony inside?

  38. Brent says:

    I need 12 feet of complete stair railing. We are interested in the complete handrail system. Our zip is 57369

  39. Neal botie says:

    Need to buy about 40′ of branches for 36″ tall rail.They would be shipped to 80446. What would that cost ? Thanks Neal

  40. Stephen Bracken says:

    We love the look of your product. We are interested in the cost of your railing. Can you send us pricing.

  41. Shelly Dercole says:

    Hi –
    Beautiful railings! Looking for a quote on 4 sections of interior railing 2 are 10 feet long and two are 4 feet long. Zip code is 54121 – Florence, WI.

  42. Jim Keffer says:

    I like the stair step customer railing. I need one for my house that is wall mounted like the one on your site. I was thinking about getting one that is a notty rounded tree hewn down to the size of a hand rail, but the design you did here looks cool as well. I think what we will need is about 24 feet of length against a solid wall that leads from the main level to the basement. Cost estimate?

  43. Alice Doswell says:

    I was thinking of adding a log/mountain laurel railing to my log cabin porch. I don’t have exact diminsions yet but there would be rougly 5 sections 10-12 feet long. Do you have a cost/foot?

  44. Bruce says:

    Adding on to a cabin and opening the gable end of the existing cabin. Interested in filling in the space with a section of railing. What info do you need and how long does it take to build and ship a smaller section of the laurel designed railing.

  45. Katrina Mayo says:

    Hi there – we live in TN and have a smaller front deck that we need to replace rails as well as an interior loft area that we are considering using this type of rail as well. Would love to receive and review your Product Guide and see what pricing would be – thanks so much! Our zip code is 37687. If you need specific measurements we can provide –

  46. Laurel Vadala says:

    Have a older home we are remodeling near Falls Lake in Raleigh, NC. Have a long loft railing we want to replace. Please send info. on pricing and product options.

    Do you have a store to visit?

  47. Nic Barker says:

    I’m looking to add balusters to an interior existing rail. What would be the cost simply for the baluster material 0.5″-1.5″ diameter would be sufficient. Please price for an 8′ section of rail. The material would be shipped to zip code 43130.

    Thank you.

  48. tim says:

    what is the longest span without vertical supports for an interior deck/balcony railing?

  49. Karen K says:


    I am remodeling my home and have an outdoor railing that is approximately 28′ long and is straight. The material is pine, but is sided in cedar. Can you please send me pricing information with delivery options and also let me know what materials the frame can be made from. Can we stain this to our color, or is there standard color choices. Please include the lead time required.

    Thanks for your response,
    Karen K

  50. paul belanger says:

    Hi, I have a 14 X 14 pergola on my deck. the inside length between the posts is about 13 feet. can I get by with just one post in between the pergola posts? ( 2 panels about 6 ft each? I would like two sides of the pergola to have railings (4 panels)standard size. I live in Ashford CT 06278. could you please quote me a price & delivery costs. Also an estimated time frame. Thanks, Paul

  51. Michelle Maryk says:

    Hi There We have a new house in Clinton Corners, NY 12514. The previous owner was a woodworker and did some lovely stair railings but there are a few places where we want to put in railing for security reasons – I have to measure exactly for you but I would guess about two segments of railing at 6′ each. The railings he made are similar to yours but the branches are lighter in color with no bark. I am not married to it all being compeltely uniform but wonder if you are able to give a ballpark estimate for price and turnaround time for something like that. When I go back up in a few days I can take a picture and measure precisely for you.

  52. Erin Cerise says:

    I was hoping to get a quote on a twig railing that measures 136″L x 18-24″H. It is to be used as a railing in a small loft. Thank you.

  53. sarah cooper says:

    I have 2- 7′ sections of interior balcony rail. Could you please give me an approximate estimate so that I can determine if it would be possible for me to include it in our construction project. Thank you, Sarah

  54. jessica triola says:

    Do you do headboards?

  55. George Bianchi says:

    I have a small handrail and a loft rail that I would like to get an estimate for. You can call me on my cell. I have a home on Beech Mtn.