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The owners of this house located on a riverbank in the Appalachian Mountains wanted to use only native, locally sourced materials. The balusters are fabricated from intersecting bark-covered laurel twigs. The posts are locust logs. The handrail is local cypress that's been stained, and the deck floorboards are indigenous pine that's been pressure-treated to resist rot. | Photo: Dan Forer / Beateworks / Corbis | thisoldhouse.com

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