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The Taunton Press, Inc
Deck Ideas that Work!
A deck & patio combo was a practical choice to connect this home to the backyard sloping site. Photo by: Randy O'Rourke, Deck Ideas that Work, The Taunton Press
What materials did you use to build the stairs?
Kitchen: Deck outside French doors
the deck patio combo...love the slate
Simple small deck with flagstone tied in
steps to patio, small back deck
Deck and stairs off back door
doors, small deck, and lower area
have either a deck or a patio, but not both. Not so, says Jeswald. A deck and patio can work very well together, especially on a sloping site, or when you want to make a graceful transition between inside and outside with a few feet of height between the two. In this example, a small deck area with a
“Steps” — dswartzinator
Northern Virginia Shower Glass and Mirror Designer
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Bland Landscaping Company
2 Reviews
Hardscapes by Alphin Design Build Landscape by Bland Landscaping Co., Inc.
we have georgetown brick as in phoyte & need to stain covered deck floor roof & verticle beams - color suggestions for each?
a low to ground second level deck in back yard
Can we do all deck and simply do a stone fireplace and surround wall
Colouring; various materials; table & chairs blend into deck; no visual clutter
what a great back yard I like every thing
Love the brick fireplace and the wood deck. The paper lanterns are fun!
Deck straight out from porch dining area, planter boxes, build a fireplace from existing stone wall
“beautiful deck” — Rosemary Girard
Gardner Mohr Architects LLC
10 Reviews
fifties split
The multiple stairs to the front deck of the house would have a recessed foundation to appear as if the house is floating / suspended, like this.
split level back grass and white rock.
Love the dark paint on underside of decking
a way to float a deck without needing
Split number two explodes with additions of different forms on its back side. What appears to be a modest set of changes at the front gives way to a riot of new construction at the back.
“Sagebrush” — gselberg
Dan Forer, Photographer
1 Review
Muxo Home Balcony, Highlands, NC
Does the twig rail meet safety/building codes?
The river/stream flowing through the back yard.
Check out companies like Mountain Laurel Handrail for railings like this that are built with local building codes in mind.
companies like Mountain Laurel Handrail for railings like this that are built with local building codes in mind.
For deck in front of cottage?
I want to change my deck rails NOW!
upstairs deck in case people next door build
Laurel Handrail for railings like this that are built with local building codes in mind.
What do you like about this photo?deck rail
is a nice touch around this deck with a river view in North Carolina. Multiple groupings of seats encourage quiet conversations or provide places to contemplate on your own as the river rolls by.
“Twig banister” — emhodges836
Restructure Studio
10 Reviews
Bouldin Creek Residence
Love the grid deck rail. Can you provide a source?
lot in austin; deck wrapped around tree;
House wraps around the deck, and you see the outside all open.
I like the tree coming through the deck.
wow nice back side of house!
Saving the tree in midle of deck.
LOVE the tree coming out of the deck
The house progresses down a sloped lot, with increased heft as it goes. It’s squeezed around the oak tree in the middle, and a deck wraps the tree, making it the centerpiece of the design.A side yard provides space for play, and a pathway of loose rocks works as a swale to guide rainwater to the creek
area of protection. Foundation walls and major construction activity also cannot occur near the root zone of the tree. In the photo here, the home and deck are built around a lovely sculptural tree.See more of this house
“On hill with deck” — mmyb
Arcadia Gardens, LLC
3 Reviews
Relaxing Deck
A nice transistion between deck and brick walkway. The brick edging ties everything together.
“landscping around cedar deck” “landscaping around deck” “like the large open deck” “brick edging around backyard beds.” “Plants along side of deck” “brick and deck combo”
Idea back west of lower deck
“A nice transistion between deck and brick walkway. The brick edging ties everything together.” “Thanks for the clarification. Very handsome design.” “Idea back west of lower deck” “lower deck with path and natural areas” “Transition from deck to paver pathway”
Really like this deck and back yard, it would be perfect if stone
“nice multilevel that's more patio like - long runs of decking can be slightly sloped - our garage an” — Lynne LaJeunesse
6 Reviews
Roof top deck
What kind of decking did you use please?
How did you construct the deck to keep the roof from leaking?
Is the deck screened on top?
What is the decking material? Thank you.
What is the deck flooring material, please??
The deck frame is floating on rubber pads.
Looks like a composite decking material
building tall planters around the deck will give privacy and color
for the back wall and iron fencing
shading /semi grey decking , raised planters
Surround, for back porch with plants
MB design and build "roof top deck." like the chocolate mixed with tan floor
“Planter at top” — sbmiller333
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Alford Residence
love the steps How do we go about building them
Not my choice, our client wanted the "so called no maintenance deck" this is a plastic/trex like deck it has a real faux looking wood grain but we did take advantage of the fact that it could touch soil.
The large steps & placement off the deck
i'm thinking wood for the deck (not stone) - could be an interesting transition down
these are the transitions at lower level deck pads. not fond of the mitered trim on top. would take all the way to end and cap with outer trim.
Decking can feel very stark in a garden layout due to the nature of the materials and the amount of space. This decking is considerably softened by raising each deck above the next and by edge planting grasses.
“Step” — janine73
Building new back porch
We are looking for cost effective ways to tear town our existing porch and build a new one including what type of material to use. We would like an elevated...
Do we build a deck or a patio
Wondering about the pros and cons of building a Patio V Deck on the back of our rambler.
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