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decking overhanging fascia with endcap piece
The deck is up off the ground
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.
Deck, perugala, landscaping, levels, stone out building
wide small step-platform deck goes around side
like flagstone area, covered area, deck area, and greenscape
deck railing runs only part way.
gazebo over part of deck
Outdoor open roofed building
Wide stairs on the deck
pergola with hottub and deck
Off Deck Natural Area
Deck in the back...Deck step-down...Covered top deck...Pergola on deck...Back yard...Deck and patio...deck works well...wide deck steps...deck & landscape...step off deck
Two Level Covered Deck
Two level deck with upper and lower wood-burning fireplaces, built-in ceiling heaters and numerous skylights for lots of sun.
Full picture of entire back elevation
Do you have a picture that shows the entire back elevation? What is on either side of the double-decker deck that juts out?
How do you find information on how to build an outdoor double decker fireplace? Are there two flue's or just one?
fireplace idea…put on right side of deck.
Love the shape of the lower deck
THIS IS WHAT I WANT. Roof on the part of the deck outside of our bedroom, carport underneath, and the rest of the deck uncovered...
deck above and stone deck below and skylights in roof of deck
Dan Forer, Photographer
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.
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.
Markay Johnson Construction
Park City, Utah Mountain Estate by Markay Johnson Construction
they get a lot of snow as it melts, ice forms. The section of roof you are referring to is a heated section of metal roofing installed to prevent ice build up.
Another idea for building me up
love the back of this house if it wasn't a deck
Like how the back deck is part covered and then part open
Arches under the deck with thicker "legs" to support... In wood maybe instead of rock?
Cape Cod House
What are the colors being used on the deck love the look.
Its clear-sealed Ipe (wood species). The different coloration is due to how long the deck had been installed. It grays out naturally fairly quickly.
When the time comes to redo the deck - opening for window well.
Back deck around window well, big enough for
Great deck. Will probably need a screened in porch as well
Exterior at Dusk
love how deck is built around the trees
trees through the deck. could do that at Beaver Lake.
love the large deck under trees
Deck is built around pine trees
the deck is built around the trees
deck, detached garage, screenporch
Deck infront of the lake
Big deck around the trees
Trees built into deck
deck around trees...Back garden...River deck...built deck around...back deck...Deck the yard...Tree in deck...thermory decking...bench on deck...The deck
Frederick + Frederick Architects
What kind of wood was used to build this deck? Stained? Pickled?
Brick circle around fire pit cauldron base built into wooden deck
screen porch with lower deck with fire pit
rustic charm of this wide deck and rattan rocking chairs. Tip 5: Even though you'd like to spend more time rocking and less time building the fire, never use accelerants like charcoal lighter fluid or gasoline to light the fire.
The front porch, entry, and screened-in back porch are all on the same