How Patterns Can Transform Your Deck

December 14, 2018

Regardless of whether you have a wooden or concrete deck, there are so many different deck floor design patterns that you’ll be able to find something that will meet your vision. People might not often think about it, but adding different patterns to your deck can truly transform your outdoor space. When thinking about your new deck, you’ll want to find a california deck company that will not only be able to help create your vision but will also be able to properly waterproof your deck.


When you add patterns to an outdoor deck, it will draw the eye to the area. Adding patterns also helps to emphasize the separation between one area and another which can often help to add to the overall look and feel of your outdoor space. A popular option for wooden decks is the use of diagonal floor boards. Whether you have a small or large space, diagonal boards can work wonders and will mix things up and get away from the traditional horizontal boards. Another popular option is the picture frame where the deck has a traditional horizontal pattern but with a picture frame around the floor but a more elegant finish. Other designs include patchwork, herringbone, and chevron with or without transition boards. These are just a few however and with some creativity, the possibilities are endless.


If you have a deck that is made from concrete, you can play around with the colors and textures of the ground in addition to the pattern. Thanks to growing technology, different tints of color can now be added to concrete sealants resulting in a floor that can resemble any natural stone you want. When color tints are combined with changing the texture as well, the end result can have your concrete looking like red bricks, gray slate stones, or beige and sandy travertine. Choosing a pattern for your outdoor space is a great way to give your backyard a total makeover.



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