People choose the colors they want for their outdoor living spaces based on a huge range of factors. One of the most common is to match the exterior of the rest of the home. Another is to comply with strict homeowner’s association requirements. This Dublin redecking job managed to check both of those boxes and did something else at the same time: it created a wonderfully soothing and relaxing mood.
You may be surprised to read that the planking that we used is not an exotic hardwood like ipe or kumaroo, as is suggested by the depth and range of color in the boards. It is, in fact, TimberTech Legacy Tigerwood. This product is the closest that we’ve seen to mimicking high-end natural beauty in a synthetic. Each board looks different, but when installed by an experienced contractor, they combine to create a unified and genuine look.
Elegant and soothing are two words that come immediately to mind when you look at this Dublin elevated deck. The shape is distinctive and mixes seating areas and walkways along an unbroken path across the rear of the home. You can choose to be alone and quiet or to sit with others. In either case, your surroundings will put you immediately at ease. It’s the visual equivalent of a neck massage.
Another advantage of such a low-key color scheme is that it gives the homeowner the opportunity to really make a statement with color if she ever decides to go in that direction. A few throw pillows on a couch, a spray of fresh flowers in a vase or a vibrant tablecloth would really stand out on such a canvas. It’s also a lovely environment for making some bold landscaping choices. Whatever is ultimately done in the yard, it will be very easy to see the design through the slender black, aluminum pickets on the railings.
If you’re thinking about adding an outdoor living space to your Columbus backyard, give us a call to see how we can make creating your dream backyard an enjoyable experience, start to finish. The consultation is completely free. Call (740) 879 – 3730, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website at columbus.archadeck.com. We look forward to connecting with you.