Posting again about deck design. Here, get tips on how you can take your deck to the next level. Whether traditional or super-chic, a deck can make or break an outdoor space. Check the photos below
Ahead of the Curve
This deck is made up of undulating wooden planks, which create opportunities for ergonomic seating. The floating timber islands form stepping stones to get from one side to the other. This designed by Jamie Durie.
Outdoor Chic in the City
Short wooden slats laid over the basic metal framework lends an organic feel to this urban deck. Throw in a couple of vibrant chairs and some potted plants and you have the coolest deck on the block.
Let the Party Begin
Here, color transforms a bland deck into an environment bursting with energy. Red rails arch over the space to create an inviting setting, and mismatched furniture spices up the tablescape.
The sleek, manicured look of the wood planks coordinates beautifully with the clean aesthetic of the existing metal and glass.
Anything But Ordinary
The design on this deck’s surface adds interest and movement. Not everyone has the luxury of a spectacular view, but there are other ways to make an ordinary deck look fantastic — like dressing up the space with a few fun stencils.
When in Doubt, Go Neutral
This cozy outdoor retreat offers a comfortable haven, rain or shine. Base neutrals riddled with flashes of color blend with the wood tones to create a space that’s easy on the eyes. Bold stripes and neutral solids complement the linear nature of the metal furniture.