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  • Andrea Dawson

    stairs with boat cleats and rope for a beach home...

  • Lucy R

    Rope & cleat stair railing - lake house idea

  • Brittany Patin

    Great idea for Lake house. Nautical themed stair rail. Gotta love the simplicity of design and the cost of matierials. What a great DIY project for a beach house.

  • christine swart

    Stair rail made with rope & dock cleats. What a great idea for a beach house or cottage.

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