Expansive Deck Design Ideas
The distinctive design is reflective of the corner block position and the need for the prevailing views. A steel portal frame allowed the build to progress quickly once the excavations and slab was prepared. An important component was the large commercial windows and connection details were vital along with the fixings of the striking Corten cladding. Given the feature Porte Cochere, Entry Bridge, main deck and horizon pool, the external design was to feature exceptional timber work, stone and other natural materials to blend into the landscape. Internally, the first amongst many eye grabbing features is the polished concrete floor. This then moves through to magnificent open kitchen with its sleek design utilising space and allowing for functionality. Floor to ceiling double glazed windows along with clerestory highlight glazing accentuates the openness via outstanding natural light. Appointments to ensuite, bathrooms and powder rooms mean that expansive bedrooms are serviced to the highest quality. The integration of all these features means that from all areas of the home, the exceptional outdoor locales are experienced on every level
Here is the cooking/grill area that is covered with roof pavilion. This outdoor kitchen area has easy access to the upper lounge space and a set custom fitted stairs.
This deck was made with pressure treated decking, cedar railing, and features fascia trim.
Here are a few products used on that job:
Underdeck Oasis water diversion system
Deckorator Estate balusters
Aurora deck railing lights
This brick and limestone, 6,000-square-foot residence exemplifies understated elegance. Located in the award-wining Blaine School District and within close proximity to the Southport Corridor, this is city living at its finest!
The foyer, with herringbone wood floors, leads to a dramatic, hand-milled oval staircase; an architectural element that allows sunlight to cascade down from skylights and to filter throughout the house. The floor plan has stately-proportioned rooms and includes formal Living and Dining Rooms; an expansive, eat-in, gourmet Kitchen/Great Room; four bedrooms on the second level with three additional bedrooms and a Family Room on the lower level; a Penthouse Playroom leading to a roof-top deck and green roof; and an attached, heated 3-car garage. Additional features include hardwood flooring throughout the main level and upper two floors; sophisticated architectural detailing throughout the house including coffered ceiling details, barrel and groin vaulted ceilings; painted, glazed and wood paneling; laundry rooms on the bedroom level and on the lower level; five fireplaces, including one outdoors; and HD Video, Audio and Surround Sound pre-wire distribution through the house and grounds. The home also features extensively landscaped exterior spaces, designed by Prassas Landscape Studio.
This home went under contract within 90 days during the Great Recession.
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Designed by MossCreek, this beautiful timber frame home includes signature MossCreek style elements such as natural materials, expression of structure, elegant rustic design, and perfect use of space in relation to build site. Photo by Mark Smith
Franklin Lakes NJ. Outdoor Great room with covered structure. A granite topped wet bar under the tv on the mahogany paneled wall. This fantastic room with a tigerwood cieling and Ipe columns has two built in heaters in the cieling to take the chill off while watching football on a crisp fall afternoon or dining at night. In the first picture you can see the gas fire feature built into the round circular bluestone area of the deck. A perfect gathering place under the stars. This is so much more than a deck it is year round outdoor living.
This guest lodge features a terraced deck which cascades down the hillside in perfect harmony with the natural contour. Absolutely stunning! Deck is Key Deck in Antique Grey.
This stunning ceiling is a clear, smooth cedar with a natural finish. That finish was chosen to highlight the natural color variation in the cedar.
The ceiling was framed to allow for the change in directions of the ceiling finish. The center was vaulted for the placement of an impressive chandelier and some indirect lighting. The vaulted area is finished with decorative tin.