43,561 timber decking idea Home Design Photos

Ethos Interiors
2 Reviews
Contemporary Coastal Home
Ideabooks1,911
Questions2
What is the finish on the deck and how does hood up to the weather .
thanks for the answer. I will have to see what the availability for coconut timber is in the US.
I'm so sorry I didn't see this earlier! It has been a while since I've been on Houzz. The deck is actually coconut timber, which is a hardwood. It has been oiled, rather than varnished. The finish held
timber floor with white and blue
Nice small deck with steps down.
I like the way that this deck is wrapped
“Great deck color” — Tylor James Welter
Spore Design
Magnolia Residence
Ideabooks3,296
Questions2
How is the structure under the deck made up to allow water to escape and not drain into the living space below
roof is sloped to scuppers on the edge of the parapets and drains to downspouts. The liveroof system sits on top of this and freely drains. The decking is built on tapered PT sleepers that are cut to fit the slope of the roof below.
Like how this incorporates decking and green space.
Garden bed/ timber interface providing textural contrast and seasonal variability
incorporating/including grown flowers coming out of the deck
good idea to have gardening around. however you loose living space by doing so..
modular system by liveroof for roof deck with sedum already grown in from local nursery
“Flowers” — becstamps
CplusC Architectural Workshop
4 Reviews
Tennyson Point
Ideabooks2,447
Questions2
Wood deck with lit hole for tree
lap pool in deck, iered decking
Textures for the underside of a deck
5. Oil any timber deckingClean the timber with a little Napisan in warm water and scrub with a stiff-bristle brush. Rinse down the timber and allow to dry out completely. Use a decking brush to apply the oil in long even strokes one board at a time. A fresh oiling will repel any water and protect the
“tree growing out deck” — Gina Malcanas
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Furman + Keil Architects
2 Reviews
Cove House
Ideabooks2,942
Questions2
Is the deck just laying on the ground?
How is the deck attached to the ground? Did you use footing?
The way that floating decking was built is giving me some ideas on the construction... hmmm
Decking with rocks! Would work at the lake
Low deck, modern exterior lights, long prairie grasses on sides
minimal low deck on top of gravel.
“terasa” — iskrabl
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
concrete stepping pads, Ipe' deck, water feature, grasses
Ideabooks3,967
Questions4
concrete stepping pads, Ipe' deck, water feature, grasses
I am deciding between a deck vs a patio. Which do you prefer?
Love the multi-hued deck! Sure would appreciate it if you would share the brand/color of the exterior stains
Love the multi-hued deck! Sure would appreciate it if you would list the brand(s) and colors of the various exerior stains. Thank you:)
Did this Ipe deck experience cupping and unevenness?
plenty of room for a deck. You just want to be mindful that whatever you choose is not creating more labor (which ups the cost) than would be required for the other option. In short don't put a patio where a deck should be or vice versa. Good luck and have fun
I like the idea of a patio - I just had
“Wooden deck” — cmulehi
ARCHIA HOMES
16 Reviews
Pool
Ideabooks9,194
Questions9
Is this an inground concrete pool? What is the detail where the concrete pool edge meets the wood decking?
What species of wood was used for the deck?
What species of wood was used for the decking? Thank you, Danielle daniellepuhl@gmail.com
what is the color finish for wood used for the deck? Thank you.
This is a great idea- bring the pool to the deck and beautiful too.
Is there deck joist on the
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 areas... Or even an increase of wood rot.
We love the pool deck but are worrying about slippage with small children?
“WOOD/STONE EDGE ON POOL” — alyssawpl
Groundworks Office
Menlo Park Deck It!
Ideabooks1,142
Questions3
The continuation of the timber up the wall
This is an interesting take on a deck
Like the way the decking continues up the wall
deck continues up to make wall
the deck to the fence line, delaying the visual break between deck, ground and fence. Once the deck reached the fence, however, that inevitable “Now what?” moment arose. Instead of abruptly ending there, he delayed the visual break longer and ran the deck 7 feet up.The vertical portion of the deck serves
shine through.A living-dining area already opened onto a deck and back lawn. The deck was functional but not all that inviting. In California embracing the indoor-outdoor relationship is a must, so Cox’s first move was to put in a new ipe deck that was level with the interior floor. With the elimination
“Deck” — amelia2448
C.O.S Design
5 Reviews
Balaclava Road Project - C.O.S Design
Ideabooks18,143
Questions13
Hi there, your pool is beautiful! Can you advise of the maintenance required regarding the decking? We are building our pool with spotted gum decking around the pool which will be salt chlorinated, just concerned regarding
What is the deck material? If wood - what color stain?
required like the direction the deck faces and where the main access point to the pool is along with how high your fascia board sits from waterline. In most cases we would recommend staining the decks once a year and the fascia board twice. We use Intergrain or Cutek timber stains for ongoing maintenance
We are also in australian and about to do our pool decking and are also using spotted gum, thank you for this looks beautiful! Will post pics when we are done!
“Lap pool” — tanyalockwood
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