Celebration on the deck
An excellent deck can capture a view, develop a comfortable outdoor room, and put in a feeling of spaciousness to your house by blurring the boundaries between within and out.
This partly sheltered deck serves being an indoor-outdoor space connecting a grouped family room with a patio. Classically simple, it is a great transitional element for any design of house nearly. You can build it yourself even!
Taming a slope
A deck near the top of this sloping backyard transformed the area into an inviting location when planning on taking in the view.
The trunk edge of the 15- by 24-foot deck notches in to the hill. A minimal retaining wall holds the uphill section in doubles and place as another bench seat.
A fresh deck off the trunk bedrooms assisted design team John Jennings and Sasha Tarnopolsky take full advantage of their 1,100-square-foot home.
The deck, created from Ipe wood, acts as extensions of the living areas, an exclusive outdoor retreat, and a graceful, 3-step transition to the garden.
Front-yard entry deck
Of stairs instead, a three-degree deck steps around the front doorway of the raised post-and-pier-house about the island of Oahu.
Tropical accessories about the deck and through the entire garden turned this entry right into a personal paradise.
Room with a see
A new deck off this cabin near Twisp, Wash. adds another available room to a little home filled up with creative living spaces.
Concrete steps away the deck further extend the house, resulting in another hang-out space about the granite rocks below.
Reinvented living space
This home's floor sits 3½ feet above ground, therefore the deck needed to give a gradual descent in to the garden.
Seven steps link the deck's three amounts to a little ground-level patio with the portable fireplace.
There's seating at the top and bottom part levels, and storage under the deck for the couple's canoes.
Fire pit center point
This deck a lot more than doubles the home's liveable space with ample sunbathing, conversation, and entertaining areas.
This 9- by 25-foot deck covered with multicolored slate tiles supplies the perfect place for quiet and relaxation. Handsome rock pavers ― something called Stone Deck ― ensure it is feel just like a terrace on the floor. These tiles sleep on the same sort of framework a wooden deck will. The broad wooden steps are made from ipe, a wealthy, red-colored Brazilian hardwood.