22,917 deck Exterior Design Photos

Gardner Mohr Architects LLC
10 Reviews
fifties split
Ideabooks4,167
Questions4
What is the deck made of and the stain?
Thank you for your excellent question about our Fifties Split deck and its finish. The deck is cypress. Due to its density and natural oil content -- in addition to its natural component cypressine, the very things that make it
Decking and clad different colors. Grass flows under deck.
Floating deck concept is really nice recess the supports underneath makes it look modern
floating deck and the black siding. modern.
“heights deck” — Vanessa Coursey
TEA2 Architects
2 Reviews
Oak Knoll Transformation
Ideabooks14,168
Questions12
What is are the deck dimensions and is it wood or composite? Is there a small landing from the deck to the stairs? (Can't see how it turns) If so, what are the dimensions of the landing. Thanks in advance--beautiful home.
how much would installation on deck 2lr2414
Pretty! Is the upper level deck a 'roof' for under? Or does water run through?
What color deck stain is this?
What type of materials are on the top of the deck?
The deck is not waterproofed to shed water beneath. We have done details for similar situations where we have had a screen porch or finished room below a deck or patio. We have used a membrane similar to a normal "flat" roof under a deck, but the final product would depend
the grey/white deck & arched window
“deck” — kathawks1
Long Cove Builders
1 Review
Waterfront Vacation Cottage
Ideabooks3,889
Questions3
The home features walls of windows, three outdoor decks and a screened in- porch. The exposed wood provides texture that fits with the outdoor surroundings. The best features in this home are the windows, textured wood, and the multiple decks. Two of the living room walls are completely devoted
the river. Textured wood is present throughout the house from the ceiling beams to the floors. The house also features not one or two, but three decks and a screened in porch to allow for outdoor entertaining and enjoying nature’s beauty. The space’s livability has been greatly improved with the
How did you keep rain out of the porch from the deck?
How is the deck finished underneath? We have a deck situated on a hill and it is exposed underneath. When the wind kicks up all the dirt flies around and also settles
“Screened in porch under deck” — dailyherald
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clark kitchens and construction
5 Reviews
amoroso house
Ideabooks1,614
Questions1
This is a very attractive deck/step design. How did you construct it?
I have a modest level of carpentry skills. How difficult is this project on a scale of 1 to 10 with 1 being not difficult at all and 10 being very difficult? I hope to replace a deck on my daughter's house with a similar design
a bit of engineering planning to calculate the cantilevers! I also drew out a framing sketch first. Once it was drawn out, it required only typical deck-building skills. joe
the way the deck drops into the yard
Deck levels and pops of color
decks look like they are floating
“Steps” — emdevine
Alix Bragg Interior Design
4 Reviews
Home Farm 1
Ideabooks6,640
Questions8
Wood plastic composite decking:with the look of nature wood but no timber problems.Water -proof, rot proof, moldy-proof, insects-proof, anti-UV Contact us: maxine2233@sina.cn
How did they attach the decking to concrete pool? Beautiful job!
What is the deck around the pool?
you put the deck right onto a concrete slab?
Is there deck joist on the underside of the decking, which leaves me to believe open air space, my question is more about drainage under the deck. Is there a French drain or catch basins to divert the water from collecting and causing algae growth or mosquito haven
pic of deck width from house
Pool epee deck Covered patio
This seems like a good size. I like the Ipe decking but I thinks we would like a hardscape instead.
“Pool design.” — dawnieluv
Whitten Architects
8 Reviews
Exterior Deck
Ideabooks12,096
Questions2
The deck is up off the ground
decking overhanging fascia with endcap piece
How one deck connects to the other
This is one part of a system of multilevel decks that connect the cabins in this camp. I love the view of the forest with the lake shining through the trees.
15. This is one part of a system of multi-level decks that connect the cabins in this camp. I love the view of the forest with the lake sparkling through the trees.
“slant edge” — roseatespoonbill
ZeroEnergy Design
10 Reviews
Oceanfront Deck
Ideabooks4,063
Questions2
the concrete edge was designed to receive the decking edge cleanly. Regarding the architectural details, every home we design is custom and we share the finished result publicly in photos, but not actual design details.
combinacion de bordes de cemento con deck de madera
I like the patio/decking...although I hate splinters!!!
of the options. When the grade around the house is manipulated to less than a 30-inch differential, the view wins every time.More: Dream Spaces: 12 Decks That Rise Above It All
“deck” — deanergirl
Spore Design
Magnolia Residence
Ideabooks2,882
Questions3
the outside decking can I ask your product of paint, venir etc to protect the wood of the elements
How is the Roof Deck detailed? I have had several suggestions and so far it seems like a Single ply with a Cedar deck on Sleepers is the best most economical way..
rooftop deck to ground cover plants and levels w/ ladder access
Decking with no surrounds and minimal planting around
The plant border ( ours will be herbs), on the deck
Heather on a green rooftop deck
... shows that it is used as a roof deck in an urban context, Seattle, Wash. to be exact. The roof is small, but it's a patch of green that the owners can enjoy while reaping the benefits of the green roof.
“Green roof above family room?” — Stacey Oller
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