Eclectic Deck Design Ideas

North Bondi Designer Home

Rebecca Lu
Low key and blends in. Looks good on black? - woodkadesign

Funky Creative Customkit Home

Chris Sisarich
sliders and deck - rubymay_gabrielle

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Photo: Rikki Snyder © 2018 Houzz

Weessies

Fountain and deck photo by Bronwyn Miller

Outside Your Home

This bohemian outdoor seating area is suited to outdoor entertaining and parties, the seating area is painted in Brassica No.271, while the wooden panels behind are Calke Green No.34.
Zone off a space Start by thinking about your seating arrangement and use your garden furniture to create an intimate and sociable area. Built-in, U-shaped bench seating such as this is ideal. The owners of this garden have also angled the sides of their raised plant beds to create integrated seat backs you can lean against – genius. - karenrosie

Eclectic Deck

fire pit near spa - jocelyn_bunch

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Ruppert Backyard

Up on the deck, a top-of-the-line outdoor kitchen boasts granite counters, a huge grill, a refrigerator and ice maker, and a tap. A small seating area is sheltered by draped fabric above that adds a punch of color and shade on sunny days.

Custom Privacy Deck in Columbia, SC.

Custom privacy screen in Columbia, SC, built by Archadeck of Central, SC.

Paris XVI

stephen clement

La vigie du Sacré-Coeur

Espace détente sous la pergola et vue sur le Sacre-Coeur

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Birmingham, AL, Multi-Level Deck with Amenities

This Birmingham deck was built using TimberTech Tropicals composite decking in Amazon Mist and a striking deck railing system with an urban retro feel. The railings are from TimberTech’s Evolutions Rail Contemporary line. The homeowners selected black low-maintenance posts and rail caps with see-through stainless steel cable infill instead of the traditional balusters or pickets. Looking through the railings, the cables are barely visible, so anyone on the deck has an unobstructed view of the yard and surrounding foliage.

Birmingham, AL, Multi-Level Deck with Amenities

This Birmingham deck was built using TimberTech Tropicals composite decking in Amazon Mist and a striking deck railing system with an urban retro feel. The railings are from TimberTech’s Evolutions Rail Contemporary line. The homeowners selected black low-maintenance posts and rail caps with see-through stainless steel cable infill instead of the traditional balusters or pickets. Looking through the railings, the cables are barely visible, so anyone on the deck has an unobstructed view of the yard and surrounding foliage.