A patio railing provides a decorative element, as well as a security feature that describes the paved leisure area in your backyard. The handrail can complement the shape of the patio and provide a base to set your benches or against which to hang pots. It can also serve as a guarantee for you and your pets. You can help your large dog wander inside or outside the yard, and can be used to stabilize on an icy morning. Create a traditional style, with natural or painted colonial wooden railing.
Use messages with a rectangular, oval and half baseball cap to capture a classic colonial design. Use a thin piece of rounded wood at the top and bottom of the area between the patio railing posts. Add white wood handrails to illuminate courtyards containing white marble, concrete, stone or wood. Use a thick horizontal wooden slat from the top and bottom of the railing.
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Use thick white rectangular posts to secure the handrails and thin white posts to create an open striped pattern between the slats. Secure a wooden fence like a patio railing for a country style. Hang a small pot from every third picket to add a little color. You can also align flower boxes or large pots along the base of the railing. Build the short handrail to keep it purely decorative or build it high to use the handrail as a protective barrier.