Below we share a variety of stair railings including contemporary, traditional, rustic and modern designs. For homes that have more than one level, stairs are important to make the house accessible. Just because they serve a specific function, however, doesn't mean that they aren't an important design feature in the home.
Rustic Log Railing A log railing can be used either inside your log home on lofts/stair wells, as a room divider, or outside in the traditional porch or deck areas. White Cedar log railings are available either pre-drilled on 6 5/8″ centers or undrilled for site installation. Log rails are available in 3″ x 8′ & 10′ lengths.
In most cases, you can provide us with a floor to floor measurement and we'll get you a cost for our rustic stairs. Pictured above is our pine half log stairway, with cedar log railing and cedar posts with interior stain applied.
Rustic Rails® ivy twig railings and ivy twig gates are a unique collection of natural materials that add style to any setting. Railings and gates are a first impression focal point of any project. RusticRails® from Appalachian Antique Hardwoods ensure you will make a great first impression.
Our selection of wrought iron balusters includes several iron railing styles that add personality and character to your stairways or railing system. A baluster, often referred to as stair spindles, combine true architectural features, with expert craftsmanship. StairSupplies™ offers a great iron baluster selection, that features powder coated finishes, combined with professional
Rustic Staircases We can design, construct, and install your circular stairs, in either a log or timber style, with railings, graspable log handrails, and other unique accents - that will truly make it the focal point of your home.