Get Inspired: Above-Ground Swimming Pool Designs

Get Inspired: Above-Ground Swimming Pool Designs

01.Ideas for Above-Ground Swimming Pools

Since their inception, above-ground models have been a popular alternative when it comes to residential swimming pools. Why? For starters, they’ve always been less expensive than in-ground pools, a point that is not lost on homeowners. Other selling points: above-ground pools are a breeze to install compared to building in-ground pools, most can be disassembled at the end of swim season, and that portability makes them good choices for renters or those who would like to take their pool with them when they move.

Early above-grounders were made by Doughboy Recreational and Haugh’s Products, which produced inflatable “splasher” kiddie pools, then branched out into larger styles in various shapes that were manufactured with materials like aluminum, steel, and synthetic fabric liners. By the 1960s, the pools became bigger, deeper, and had similar equipment to in-ground models, including circulation and filter systems. In later decades, safety became an issue, like jumping and diving into relatively shallow water or worse–drowning. Manufacturers worked with the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) to educate buyers on safe practices and signage on or near the pool.

In recent years, above-ground pools have drastically changed in appearance and features. Some are equipped with fiberoptic and LED lighting, upgraded circulation systems, and spa-like extras. An above-ground can be sunken into a deck surround, into the ground, or be referred to as an on-ground pool. Like anything, owners can choose pools that are basic stock tanks or elaborate models big enough to entertain friends and family.

Take a look at a variety of above-ground pools, from the mid-20th century through contemporary, the latter of which do great impersonations of in-ground models.

02.The Way They Were

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A vintage black-and-white photo from Doughboy shows the life of leisure that surely awaited the average consumer once they bought a round above-ground pool, complete with pool deck (or perch) and the suburban dream.

03.The Big Round

Those acres of green lawn were certainly ample enough to accommodate the largest round Doughboy pool in 1950s Anytown, U.S.A. With sides made of aluminum or steel, the pools were sturdy enough to hold gallons of water, not to mention your family, cousins, the neighborhood—heck, the whole community!

04.Stock Tank Pool

Stock tank pools are no-frills alternatives to standard above-ground and in-ground models. While most are above ground, some owners build a deck surround for easy access.

05.Decked Out

The Above Ground Pool & Spa Company in San Antonio, Texas, has won awards for its innovative above-ground pool designs. Here, in a hilly section of San Antonio, an above-ground pool is connected to the house above it via a custom-built wooden deck.

The deck is also comfortable on swimmers’ feet and provides an anti-slip surface when things get wet as swimmers enter and exit the pool. The surface surrounding a pool is always an important consideration when choosing paving materials or decking.

06.Round, Again

When above-ground swimming pools became popular in the 1950s-1960s, the most popular and common shape available was the classic round. It still remains popular, but has been updated with decking, fencing, stairs and a safety gate. Doughboy, the manufacturer of this pool, recently started making in-ground swimming pools in addition to above-grounds. Technically, Doughboy in-grounds are actually above-ground pools that can be sunk into the ground up to a depth of 7 feet. It’s all part of what the company calls its “Doughboy Buried Pool Program.”

07.Rectangular with Wood Frame

If you have do-it-yourself skills, try making a frame or wood surround for a rectangular-shaped above-ground pool. That’s what Manolo Andre did with this Bestway model. Of course, it would be more of a challenge to make a frame for a pool with a curvilinear shape.

08.Midwest Makeover

Always looking for another DIY project, design blogger Carol Beckman and her family built a raised deck surround for their above-ground pool, enclosing it with fencing and an arbor-covered gate. During swim season, the area is decorated with string lights, fun floats, and container plants. The family’s fluffy Great Pyrenees dogs enjoying posing near Carol’s projects and are eye-catching models.

09.San Antonio Deck Surround

How do you incorporate a flagstone patio with a new above-ground swimming pool? While beautiful and durable, walking on flagstone pavers in bare feet isn’t exactly a softy and cushiony experience.

The deck builders came up with a smart solution that eases the transition from flagstone patio to pool: a multilevel deck that creates a surround for the pool, giving it the appearance of an in-ground model. Wood decking is much kinder on swimmers’ bare feet and is more anti-slip than flagstone. The deck levels also serve as low, wide steps leading up to the pool deck, and can be used as casual seating or a place to dry off after swimming.

10.Backyard Haven

This pool is separate from the house, off in a corner of the property, making it more of a private swimming and sunning retreat. A fence and gate make it a safe haven that would be difficult for young children to access. That’s no substitute for employing layers of safety for a residential swimming pool.

11.Decking Connection

Here’s another example of an above-ground that doesn’t look like an above-ground, with wood decking flush with the level of the top of the pool. The effect is like a sunken bathtub or the look of an in-ground, custom-built swimming pool.

12.I Can’t Believe it’s Not In-Ground

From this vantage point, it’s really hard to tell that the oval-shaped swimming pool is an above-ground pool. At least, it started out as an above-ground pool. Sunken into a raised deck surround, the pool has all of the conveniences and accessibility associated with a more permanent design. With the outdoor patio dining set, umbrella, and trees, the entire pool deck has a look of permanency. The main differences between an in-ground and above-ground in this setting: cost and materials.

13.Enclosed Above-Ground Pool

Creating an enclosure for an above-ground pool makes it a walled, fenced, and gated backyard destination. Built on a platform with a surrounding deck, the pool area becomes a private paradise, especially if it includes container gardens, outdoor accessories and amenities, lounge chairs and other furniture. Making sure there is space for swimming needs (extra towels, cold beverages) allows swimmers and sunbathers to hang out at this backyard pool area for several hours, rather than having to go back and forth to the house to get supplies, food, etc.

High walls and a raised platform also give the pool owners privacy, which is something that most residential pool owners desire. This oval sunken-in above-ground pool and large deck surround have a look of permanence.

20 Modern Farmhouse Design Ideas That Are Irresistibly Chic

20 Modern Farmhouse Design Ideas That Are Irresistibly Chic

A balanced blend of rustic and refined, the modern farmhouse style continues to be a rising trend. We break down our favorite modern farmhouse looks inside and out.

Modern Farmhouse Exteriors

A modern farmhouse exterior is often a perfect blend of modern and traditional elements. Whether it’s a fabulous farm porch or siding made with reclaimed wood, homes that hearken back to simpler times can be expertly styled with an of-the-moment feel.

Modern Touches to a Traditional Farmhouse Exterior

This gorgeous, peaceful home in rural North Carolina seamlessly combines both traditional and modern elements. The wrap-around porch is an undeniable vestige of days of old, when rocking chairs and lemonade dominated a family’s free time. But the ample windows and open floor plan (along with the entire interior decor of the home) incorporate elements that easily bring this home to the modern day.

“Our goal was to strike a good balance between traditional and modern in a way that did not result in simply a traditional exterior and modern interior,” says architect Erin Sterling Lewis. A pressure-treated wood deck extends from the property under a stained pine, V-groove ceiling. Steel and wood comprise the columns.

Sizeable and Chic in Vermont’s White Mountains

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A winter vacation retreat for a private client in Vermont, this four-bedroom home sits nested on a hill facing north toward the White Mountains. On this modern farmhouse exterior, vernacular materials such as HardiPlank siding, sheet metal, board-formed concrete and timber framing are reinterpreted with a modern focus.

Tall windows are strategically placed around interior spaces to provide optimal views out toward the mountain ranges in the distance and provide natural light to key living areas. The house also allows for strong ties to its surrounding landscapes with a bridge that connects its users to a network of paths leading up through the mountains.

A Stately Farmhouse in Upstate New York

Inspired by hilltop views and traditional New England farm and barn structures, Marvin Architect’s Challenge winner Michael Waters of LDa Architecture & Interiors set out to strike the perfect balance between time-tested tradition and sophisticated, clean lines.

The ultimate goal was to create a home that would have an authentic presence in the surrounding agricultural landscape and strong visual and physical connections to the site.

The design incorporates an existing colonial residence, re-situated on the site and preserved along with contemporary additions on three sides. The resulting home strikes a perfect balance between traditional farmhouse architecture and sophisticated contemporary living.

A Maine Farmhouse Built With Salvaged Materials

Caleb Johnson Studio combined materials recovered from a vintage farmstead, as well as a midcentury modern teardown, to create the ultimate modern farmhouse. By incorporating such materials into the new home’s design, they were able to create a modern farmhouse with soul. Large Marvin windows and an unpainted galvalume-coated steel roof complete the modern farmhouse exterior.

Exterior, House Building Type, Farmhouse Building Type, Wood Siding Material, Metal Roof Material, and Gable RoofLine A Kennebunk family needed their forever home, and the old farmhouse and barn that stood on their property wasn’t going to cut it. The architects at Caleb Johnson Studio started the process by salvaging everything they could from the old buildings, including the timber roof structure, interior wood cladding, and interior doors. Additionally, the architects also claimed cabinetry and fixtures from a midcentury home that was being torn down in Weston, Massachusetts. By incorporating such materials into the new home’s design, they were able to create a modern farmhouse with soul.

Modern Farmhouse Kitchens

A kitchen designed in a modern farmhouse style is functional, free of clutter, and always chic. Scroll to read about some of our favorite modern farmhouse kitchen designs.

A Baker’s Rustic, Industrial Kitchen

When beginning construction, Austin–based contractor Royce Flournoy hoped that the simple, gabled structure of the farmhouse-style home he now shares with his partner would blend seamlessly into the urban space around it.

The result? A simple, modern layout with ample light thanks to the open floor plan. In keeping with that, their modern farmhouse kitchen is a marriage of rustic warmth and industrial simplicity, with open shelving and a sleek marble countertop.

A Stunning Farmhouse Kitchen on a Wooded Property in Colorado

Inspired by historic American farmhouses, this modern dwelling is sited at the base of the Rocky Mountain Foothills in West Boulder, Colorado. Designed by Boulder–based firm Surround Architecture, the 6,800-square-foot property features a modern farmhouse kitchen with a unique feature: a countertop that extends beyond the home’s four walls to create an outdoor bar area.

At the heart of the main level is the stunning kitchen, which expertly incorporates both light and dark elements for added visual interest. And expansive windows draw the eye (and the counter!) outside to a peaceful gathering place.

A Simple but Colorful Kitchen Sits at the Heart of This Wisconsin Farmhouse

Dotted with barns aplenty, the agricultural stronghold of Door County, Wisconsin, was the perfect place for Beth and her husband’s vision of a modern farmhouse. Enlisting the help of Minnesota–based Salmela Architect, the clients worked closely together with principal architect David Salmela, as well as project architect Malini Srivastava to craft a custom rural home inspired by the local weathered barns.

The couple chose a minimalist design approach for their home, due to both budget constraints and desired outcome. The style is mirrored in the diminutive modern farmhouse kitchen, which makes use of deep blue tiling set apart by stainless steel appliances.

A Fully Renovated, Monochromatic Kitchen in Poland

When a dilapidated farmhouse went up for sale in Jacek Kolasiński’s dream neighborhood in Szczecin, Poland, he didn’t hesitate to buy it. “”I had been looking for a place here for a very long time,” the interior designer explains of the urban area, which retains the countryside charm it had before World War II. “I’ve liked it since I was a child.”

He brought the 1,500-square-foot structure back to life by tearing down light-blocking walls and cramped ceilings and salvaging unique features like columns and old brickwork. Its reconstructed bones were then bathed in white in true modern farmhouse style.

In the kitchen, an exposed brick wall stands out against the milky smoothness of the marble tile floors. “I wanted the house to be raw and interesting,” Kolasiński explains.

Modern Farmhouse Decor

When choosing decor in the modern farmhouse style, keep in mind that simplicity and functionality were at the heart of the farmhouses of old. It’s about carefully choosing pieces that speak to you, and fit beautifully into your space.

Colorado Farmhouse Employs Unique Firewood Storage

The interior areas flow toward the outdoors in all directions, and thanks to the use of bi-fold Dutch doors, as well as movable glass walls in the living room, the home is able to maximize its connection to nature.

In keeping with this, sizable cutouts provide ample indoor storage for firewood. It’s an attractive but functional use of natural decor, which will come in handy during the cold Colorado winter.

Simple but Colorful Furnishings Pop in This Wisconsin Farmhouse

Here, a small farmhouse employs simple yet effective decor in keeping with the homeowner’s original vision. “Our client, Beth, loves the open farm fields of the area, and this project was in many ways her vision,” note the architects, who named the project House for Beth.

Too much furniture would obscure the sweeping view of the fields. Instead, simplistic pieces were used, many of which offered just the right amount of color to keep things interesting, like this dining table with red chairs from IKEA.

Exposed Beams and Wide Open Spaces

In this stately modern farmhouse, the client was interested in a clean look with large windows and lots of light. The spacious structure is supported by wooden beams, while floor-to-ceiling windows take full advantage of the natural light. Reclaimed materials are perfectly in place in this gorgeous home, which combines a number of styles from minimalism to elements of industrial chic to contemporary.

Furniture is sparse, and employs elements that blend nicely with its surroundings, so as to draw the eye neatly from one space to the next.

A Refurbished Modern Farmhouse in Poland Employs a Monochromatic Palette

White paint with just a hint of gray dominates this modern farmhouse decor, reflecting the owner’s love of bright spaces. The pine wooden floors were also enameled in a white oil imported from Denmark. Even possessions have been placed mindfully so as not to interfere with the dwelling’s clean look.

Modern Farmhouse Living Rooms

A modern farmhouse living room can be styled in a variety of ways as you’ll see in the photos below. However, regardless of the modern farmhouse decor you choose for your living room, it should always be comfortable and inviting.

Light-Filled Family Home in Copenhagen

White wood-plank floors blend into the walls and ceilings in this diminutive living room in Copenhagen. The family chose to employ a monochromatic color palette to add light and create the illusion of space. A sleek dark grey sofa sits in juxtaposition with the rest of the room’s decor.

A Striking Angular Cottage in Connecticut

Working with project architect Kyle Bradley, the homeowners, along with architects Lisa Gray and Alan Organschi, started with the simplest of designs—a shed-type structure with a steeply canted single-pitch roof—and, as Organschi puts it, “started blowing it open and filling it with large areas of glass.”

And there’s no want of it in this stunningly simple modern farmhouse living room, where an obvious connection to nature takes center stage.

A Retiree’s Chic but Effective Modern Farmhouse Living Room

The versatile living room is the focal point of this narrow but stately Virginia home. After the client bought a one-acre plot in a close-knit community, Wiedemann and project architect Felix Gonzalez designed her a house there that embraces the community spirit as well as the country scenery.

Expansive windows on both sides of the open living area bring the outside in. Marvin doors, the Ultimate Swinging French door, flank the mahogany-wrapped fireplace and provide easy access to the screened porch.

13+ Creative Outdoor Bar Ideas for Your Backyard Inspiration

13+ Creative Outdoor Bar Ideas for Your Backyard Inspiration

A glass of delectable beverage can be the best companion when you are catching up with your friends. And having an outdoor bar in your backyard can satisfy it. If you are looking for the best one that suits your style, check out these 13 outdoor bar ideas.

1. A Bar by the Pond

A pond is the most conspicuous and beautiful thing in your backyard. Relaxing by the pond can be the best choice to release stress. It would be much better if you are accompanied by a glass of your favorite drink. That is where this bar comes in handy.

This bar is made out of concrete block and some wooden boards for the countertop. The black finish of the blocks complements the mulch perfectly.

2. Bamboo Bar on the Cheap

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This bamboo bar is not only attractive but also inexpensive. The yellow bamboos line up as the border of the bar, infusing Japanese style to it. The roof alleviates the glare of the sun nicely so you can still get sufficient light.

To perk the bar up and add the ambiance of a two-seasonal country, some tropical plants are put near the bar.

3. Luxurious Stone Bar

Enjoy a glass of orange juice while watching the sunset brings a romantic ambiance to your backyard. And a luxurious bar would perfect the moment.

Unlike the common bars that are separated from the grill and stove, this bar is built in one line. The design makes the users and cook or bartender stand on the same side.

4. French Country Modern Bar

When you hear French country modern décor, what pops into your head? Is it the classic look? Or is it the gorgeous details? Whatever it is, your backyard deserves a touch of French country modern style.

This bar looks dramatic with two big planters welcoming the guests at both posts. Climbing ivy wraps around the posts and matches the chair frame very well.

5. Garden Bar Ideas

This garden bar might not look fancy, but it is the best place to banter with your friends while slurping your soda. The dim light produced by the light bulbs illuminates the bar nicely.

6. Traditional Hut Bar

This traditional hut bar will add a little bit character to your backyard. The bamboo materials will make as if you were in an exclusive bar. And the best part of this bar is the straw roof that embodies the charm of traditional style.

7. A Bar by the Swimming Pool

The best thing of this bar is you can enjoy mouth-watering drinks without leaving the pool. If you feel tired or thirsty, you can just take a break for a couple of minutes, slurp your drink, and continue swimming.

8. A Bar under a Pergola

A real bummer happens when you want to enjoy your “me time” in your outdoor bar, but suddenly it rains.

Fortunately, it will not happen here as this pergola is covered with polycarbonate roof.

The roof prevents the rain or snow from ruining your small party while keeping the sufficient natural light came into the bar.

9. Unique Hanging Bar Chairs

Not only you but also your kids will love this outdoor bar idea. Instead of wooden stools, this bar features hanging bar chairs that look like swings.

They enable your kids to feel the sensation of hanging out in the park. The chairs are not some game at the park, though.

10. Tropical Style Bar

Crisp white and tongue-and-groove paneling are the most common characteristics of a cottage by the beach.

Therefore, this bar idea will conjure up the moment you spent your holiday on a beach. To make it real, plant one coconut tree or two by the bar.

11. Modern Outdoor Bar

This bar looks like a giant cube with curvy edges. The absence of sophisticated details and accessories has made it fits in with modern houses.

Although it lacks details, it can still add an upscale look to your backyard. The design allows you to invite more guests to have a ball.

12. Simple DIY Bar

If you are short on cash but want to make an outdoor bar, it means it is time to hunt potential materials down in your home. If you can find wood pallets, go grab them as they will come in handy.

Once you have got your pallets, sand them, and paint them in natural brown. Assemble those using screws or nails. Finally, add butcher-block for the countertop.

13. Small Black Bar

A great bar is not always a big one. A small bar can make a pretty good place to hang out if you decorate it properly.

This black bar features black granite countertop that makes it lavish. Polycarbonate roof hanging over the bar makes a nice shelter that protects you from the rain.

Now, you know some inspirational outdoor bar ideas that can perfect your weekend with your friends and family. When picking one of these ideas, make sure it adds a personality boost to your backyard. If it does not, you can always tweak it a little bit.

20+ Creative Deck Railing Ideas for Inspiration

20+ Creative Deck Railing Ideas for Inspiration

Whatever style you choose, keep in mind that no other element does more to determine a deck’s look than its railing. And here are some tips for you when design your own deck railing. Security is the most important thing you must consider firstly. You need to plan rails carefully to prevent people from accidentally falling off of your deck. Then think about if you prefer privacy or an unobstructed view. And then comes to the budget and style.

There are many materials you can choose, such as woods, metal, PVC, glasses and ropes. Woods are expensive but can give your deck a traditional, rustic or exquisite look. And many people love the solid look and feel of wood. Alternative metal, PVC, metal and ropes are more creative and stylish ways and budget friendly options. Among these the metal deck railings are most durable and low maintenance.

Creative Deck Railing Ideas for Inspiration!

In this post, I have rounded up many beautiful or creative deck railing ideas for your inspiration. I believe every one here is very distinctive and you sure can find one that is just for you.

Antler deck railing.

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With elk antler fencing railing, the other side tilted metal deck railing and rough stones pillars, the designer deck railing turn this patio into a very gorgeous place. And it would be a sweet time stay outside to enjoy the beauty of the dreamy house.

With elk antler fencing railing, the other side tilted metal deck railing and rough stones pillars, the designer deck railing turn this patio into a very gorgeous place. And it would be a sweet time stay outside to enjoy the beauty of the dreamy house. source

Traditional white deck railing.

This simple and elegant white painted deck railing made of wood is very traditional but attractive. I love the clean and fresh look very much.

This simple and elegant white painted deck railing made of wood is very traditional but attractive. I love the clean and fresh look very much. source

Rope net deck railing.

Very creative way to use rope as deck baluster. And the rustic wood and rope deck railing provides great views. Really great idea.

Very creative way to use rope as deck baluster. And the rustic wood and rope deck railing provides great views. Really great idea. source

Chinese Chippendale deck railing.

How gorgeous the outdoor place is. The Chinese Chippendale rails layout express movement and flow. Check out the topper of the wooden pillar, it’s beautifully curved. And I especially love the way this one winds around which are usually straight.

How gorgeous the outdoor place is. The Chinese Chippendale rails layout express movement and flow. Check out the topper of the wooden pillar, it’s beautifully curved. And I especially love the way this one winds around which are usually straight.

Fantastic addition make use of leftover rebar.

With leftover rebar, the designer add texture and character to the rustic railing and the space. It’s very impressive and really a good thought that you can use for your outdoor steps.

With leftover rebar, the designer add texture and character to the rustic railing and the space. It’s very impressive and really a good thought that you can use for your outdoor steps. source

Mountain laurel balusters.

The balusters really gives this stair railing a great natural look. Love the gracefully curving and crossing branches, warm amber hues and a rich, organic patina. It’s so adorable.

The balusters really gives this stair railing a great natural look. Love the gracefully curving and crossing branches, warm amber hues and a rich, organic patina. It’s so adorable.source

Curvy and beautiful.

Curvaceous aluminum balusters give a lift to this sharp black and white color scheme railing. The railing were done beautifully and eliminates the confined feeling that bulky wood balusters can create.

Curvaceous aluminum balusters give a lift to this sharp black-and-white color scheme railing. The railing were done beautifully and eliminates the confined feeling that bulky wood balusters can create. source

Stylish ornate wood railing.

This creative idea with geometric shapes on the deck is really inspiring. The deck’s layout expresses movement and flow and gives a fantastic outstanding look to this area.

This creative idea with geometric shapes on the deck is really inspiring. The deck’s layout expresses movement and flow and gives a fantastic outstanding look to this area. source

Thick, rough cut tree railing.

No matter what style you choose, nothing does more to determine your deck’s look than railing. These creative thick, rough cut rails add powerful muscle to the rustic look and you can have a try on your own deck.

No matter what style you choose, nothing does more to determine your deck’s look than railing. These creative thick, rough-cut rails add powerful muscle to the rustic look and you can have a try on your own deck. source

Diamond rails.

Check out this gorgeous patio with these simple diamond rails, viewing everything in the beautiful garden rather than having to peek between rails with a cup of coffee. The stylish deck railing really has a trendy and inviting outlook.

Check out this gorgeous patio with these simple diamond rails, viewing everything in the beautiful garden rather than having to peek between rails with a cup of coffee. The stylish deck railing really has a trendy and inviting outlook. source

Trendy steel pipe railing on budget.

Smart Steel Pipe deck railing is both durable and trendy, but will not break the bank for the house owners. And the installation is also relatively simple.

Smart Steel Pipe deck railing is both durable and trendy, but will not break the bank for the house owners. And the installation is also relatively simple. source

White traditional deck railing with planters.

This white deck railing is really ornate but I especially love the planters. The flash of color of flowers give a beautiful look that adds the beauty of your railing.

This white deck railing is really ornate but I especially love the planters. The flash of color of flowers give a beautiful look that adds the beauty of your railing. source

Metal deck railing.

Horizontal runs of wrought iron, welded metal railings and coated aluminum form a inexpensive but stylish deck railing. The metal deck railings has been so hot for its rich shapes and colors, strong texture, low cost and easy installation.

Horizontal runs of wrought iron, welded metal railings and coated aluminum form a inexpensive but stylish deck railing. The metal deck railings has been so hot for its rich shapes and colors, strong texture, low cost and easy installation. source

Wire lattice deck railing.

This striking yet inexpensive wire lattice deck railing idea is really creative. Using wire instead of wood is a budget friendly option and it’s also very strong. And the wire offers unobstructed views of the beautiful yard. What’s very important to the homeowners is the squares of wire are more safely to their lovely granddaughter.

This striking yet inexpensive wire lattice deck railing idea is really creative. Using wire instead of wood is a budget friendly option and it’s also very strong. And the wire offers unobstructed views of the beautiful yard. What’s very important to the homeowners is the squares of wire are more safely to their lovely granddaughter. source

Stone, metal and wood deck railing.

This deck railing has a wooden top with horizontal metal rails and big stone pillars and it’s very sturdy and low maintenance . The color theme coordinates perfectly with the composite decking. What an attractive, warm and inviting outdoor living space.

This deck railing has a wooden top with horizontal metal rails and big stone pillars and it’s very sturdy and low maintenance . The color theme coordinates perfectly with the composite decking. What an attractive, warm and inviting outdoor living space. source

Vintage panorama railing.

Colonial steel balusters combine the look of basket accessories recall traditional colonial times.
Colonial steel balusters combine the look of basket accessories recall traditional colonial times. source

Natural color deck and the white X shape railing.

Stylish X shape decorations become more and more popular these days. Awesome white X shape rails add to a delicate custom look to the natural color deck.

Stylish X-shape decorations become more and more popular these days. Awesome white X-shape rails add to a delicate custom look to the natural color deck. source

Lattice deck railings.

Lattice work makes a nice background for plants. And lattice adding rail to cover floor can increase security and privacy and make the most attractive cover.

Lattice work makes a nice background for plants. And lattice adding rail to cover floor can increase security and privacy and make the most attractive cover. source

Stay beautiful Traditional deck with glass deck railing.

Adorable gazebo glass system coordinates perfectly with the French doors, double hung windows and the deck. The glasses allows unobstructed views and they are barriers against the wind.

Adorable gazebo glass system coordinates perfectly with the French doors, double-hung windows and the deck. The glasses allows unobstructed views and they are barriers against the wind. source

Custom curved transcend rails.

Gorgeous custom curved transcend rails in vintage lantern in natural color. They are warm and fine! I love the way the rails wind around.

Gorgeous custom-curved transcend rails in vintage lantern in natural color. They are warm and fine! I love the way the rails wind around. source