This stylish backyard deck features a vibrant red-orange armchair paired with a natural wood coffee table. A built-in treehouse offers a rustic vibe and provides a fun spot for entertaining kids outdoors.
We’re all a fan of the deep grain texture that a wood deck offers, but aren’t fans of the maintenance that goes along with it. Good Life composite decking from Fiberon, in the subtle Cabin color, showcases rustic graining against more modern furnishing and clean, white composite railing – but never requires staining or painting.
This spacious deck is the ideal spot for outdoor entertaining and relaxing. Featuring a cozy sitting area and contemporary built-in pool and hot tub, the deck also boasts Ipê decking, a durable surface that is known to withstand natural elements, such as rain and snow. Tropical plants provide a finishing touch.
The deep rich tones and realistic grain patterns of Fiberon ProTect Advantage Chestnut decking mimic today’s popular indoor hardwood looks, extending your living space into the great outdoors. There’s plenty of room on this composite deck to kick back and relax, or host the neighbors near the fire feature.
Now this is outdoor living! Even if you can’t add all these fun features, consider adding a fireplace or installing a roof over the deck. That way, a little rain doesn’t have to limit your outside time. For maximum elegance, choose Horizon composite decking, shown here in exotic Ipe.
Who said decks had to be square? Today’s trends favor unique shapes and eye-catching board designs (notice the darker inlay in Tudor Brown that highlights the seating area). The variegated streaking of the boards, Fiberon Horizon composite decking in Ipe, gives the space added drama.
A stainless steel grill is separated from the outdoor dining area by a stacked stone wall. Stacked stone elements provide contrast to the home's white siding for a visually interesting entertaining space.