This spacious contemporary backyard features a teak deck surrounded by a stone wall and lush green plants. A painted black pergola is positioned over a sitting area with matching Adirondack chairs and end tables.
Two sets of French doors connect the great room to the back deck in this rustic home, which is elevated 10 feet above ground level and boasts stellar views of marshland. Walls of glass blur the line between inside and out. Great-room trusses, visible from the back deck, take on added drama once night falls.
A reclaimed window serves as a translucent wall at the end of the back deck on this Bolinas, Calif., estate. Lavender plants frame the deck while offering a pleasant fragrance for anyone out enjoying the sun.
As seen on HGTV's Vacation House for Free, Matt and his team created a relaxing oasis for these homeowners with a back deck that overlooks the marsh and the lake beyond it. The succulents and other plants in the large planters help to add the feeling of a luxury escape.
A new rear facade with enlarged doors and windows adds life and increases the living space of this traditional Brooklyn brownstone home. A new deck off the second story provides a spot for outdoor dining while offering cover for the patio below.
The living space opens up to a large wooden deck that features a heated inground pool, grilling station and ample seating areas for friends and family to enjoy while admiring the scenic and serene views of the beach.
Inspired by the vernacular Florida vacation home, a porch wraps the length of the backyard, providing shade from the intense midday sun. A flat porch roof, clad in 24-gauge metal, replaces the classic sloped roof clad in cedar or cypress shingles. A pine trestle style teal table with vintage steel chairs complete the beach house look.
The back deck takes perfect advantage of the afternoon sun. With lounge chairs, umbrellas, tables and a beautiful ocean view, this space is the perfect place to spend every sunny afternoon either alone or with friends.
A covered back deck runs the length of the HGTV Smart Home 2013, creating ample opportunity for outdoor entertaining. The teal ceiling adds a subtle layer of color and coastal charm to the Jacksonville, Fla., home. Two poolside lounge chairs can easily be moved into the shade of the deck.
Retractable doors open easily to provide wide-open access from this home's modern living room to the deck area, where the family can grill, eat and relax. A vibrant blue picnic table and outdoor sofa provide plenty of sitting room for casual entertaining.