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Spring is coming and with that comes outdoors enjoying the sun, smelling the flowers, cookouts, enjoying nature and it is the perfect time to do some spring cleaning along with updating your deck. There are many styles to choose from along with lumber needed to have a beautiful creation. Cape Cod Deck is a 2 level deck that features a 10' x 12' top deck completely covered by a decorative pergola. The 16' x 14' one-level deck design casually introduces a grilling area and the stairs that go down are inviting and on the other end of the deck is another place to stand and look out from.
Island Deck is built with composite decking and hidden fasteners, this maintenance-free backyard deck is designed to go together fast and to fit in anywhere in the yard, without footings or ledger boards. Planter Edged Deck learn key features and techniques for building first-class decks, including planters, shading ideas, stairs, durable materials, privacy screens, curved railings and other features.
A multi-colored contemporary deck is a fun way to bring some interest underfoot. There are several ways to achieve this look, but the easiest way is to stain batches of decking in three or four different colors. Simply mix and match the colors as you install the deck boards for an interesting, random look. A ground-level deck is perfect for improving the aesthetics of small backyard spaces. This deck design idea is built around several trees in order to provide room for them to grow. When building a ground-level deck, consider adding height with built-in features like planters or seating areas. If there is a slight slope to the yard, building two tiers is a great way to add some interest and function.
Maybe add a hot tub to your deck to enjoy those cool nights looking at the stars and truly unwinding so of the most popular hot tub decks for simple backyards include using large stones or wood decking to create a large deck area around your hot tub. You’ll use one type of lumber that’s cut into a uniform shape and size. If you want to add some detail, you could create multiple levels. This will enable you to create steps that will raise your hot tub deck’s height and make it easier to get in and out of your hot tub. How about a roof over the deck in case it rains? You could do a stand-alone with an area with a bar, TV, comfy seats, led lights, and the water raining down one side for a relaxing effect.
Renner Covered Deck was designed with traffic flow in mind. This deck features a 16' x 16' primary space that steps down to a 8' x 8' deck level at the top of a wrap-around stair with a landing. This design works well for high decks because it visually blends the stairs into the deck. It also can be as large as you want it to be as with building there is no limit but just a blueprint and starting point.