patio deck ideas

Patio Deck Ideas

Example of a transitional deck design in Other with a fire feature — HouzzMultilevel deck. When you are working with a sloped or narrow lot, splitting up the deck into multiple levels can make the best use of the space. An outdoor kitchen could be positioned on the upper level (nearest the house) for easy access to the indoor kitchen, while a seating area or fire pit could be placed a few steps down, creating a private hangout zone. — Gabriela Fiscu EmbedEmailQuestion
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Patio Deck Ideas

Have plenty of pillows A collection of bright and cushy pillows will give your deck indoor-worthy style. Whether you add pillows to outdoor chairs or provide them for guests who prefer to lounge along the edge of the deck, they’ll help you reiterate your deck’s decorating scheme. Choose outdoor fabrics in cheery coordinating colors for easy-to-sew pillow covers; spray with a washable protectant to help them shrug off moisture and stains. Tags: Outdoor Living, Summer decorating, Summer
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Patio Deck Ideas

Get on my level A two-level deck maximizes the space in your backyard. The table and chairs on the top level are shaded by a weatherproof fabric shade sail while the chairs on the patio below are sheltered by the deck. Tags: Outdoor Living, Summer decorating, Summer
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Patio Deck Ideas

The stone patio transforms into a deck, which mantles the infinity pool. The combination of materials, along with the view of the town, makes this patio a haven of relaxation.
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Patio Deck Ideas

In this elegant home in Victoria’s suburb of Mt Martha, the patio-cum-entertaining-area has everything you need under one roof for easy and relaxed gatherings. The outdoor kitchen and dining suite are all under cover, while the extended timber deck can be utilised for big family functions or parties. SHOW US Have you renovated your patio area recently?
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Patio Deck Ideas

Step it up Three wide steps transition from the yard to a wide deck featuring an area for conversation and one for dining. Note how accessories pull the house color onto the deck. Tags: Outdoor Living, Summer decorating, Summer
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Patio Deck Ideas

Deck to impress A slightly elevated deck adds dimension to a yard that would otherwise be completely flat. It gives the appearance of having two different rooms in your yard and adds flexibility for entertaining. Tags: Outdoor Living, Summer decorating, Summer
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Patio Deck Ideas

Multilevel deck. When you are working with a sloped or narrow lot, splitting up the deck into multiple levels can make the best use of the space. An outdoor kitchen could be positioned on the upper level (nearest the house) for easy access to the indoor kitchen, while a seating area or fire pit could be placed a few steps down, creating a private hangout zone. — Gabriela Fiscu
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Line steps Dress up the stairs leading to your deck by lining the edges with potted plants. Vary the size and type of plant to add visual interest. Choose plants that will remain relatively small so they don’t overtake your deck. Tags: Outdoor Living, Summer decorating, Summer
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Revitalize with color A bright pop of color is the fastest way to enliven your deck. Add a firepit in the middle for cool summer nights and you won’t be able to leave the deck all season. Tags: Outdoor Living, Summer decorating, Summer
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Add a wooden square lattice wall to one side of your deck to create the illusion of a wall. Plants like clematis and climbing roses will grow up a lattice, and after a few years, they’ll form a fragrant wall of blooms.
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Think of your outside walls just like you would think of walls IN your house. Filling blank spots with colorful or conversation-starting art pieces helps your deck feel more personal. This bright and beautiful kite, for instance, adds a colorful note to this stone wall. Hung within easy reach, it’s also available for play whenever a breeze stirs. Architectural salvage pieces also make intriguing outdoor art that’s weather-hardy.

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