Maryland Deck Installation: Tips for Decking out Your Deck - Rhine Landscaping

Maryland Deck Installation: Tips for Decking out Your Deck

We may be finished singing “deck the halls,” but that doesn’t mean we have to do away with decks altogether. This week, we’re offering a few tips on deck decorating that can help you expand the square footage of your home by creating a comfortable secondary entertaining space.

Frame it:  Using planters scattered around the deck’s edge creates border definition that lends an added sense of intimacy while transitioning between outdoors and in with some greenery.

Support: Beams lining the perimeter of your deck create a sense of definition for the space while still being open to the yard. It’s also a great way to drape fabric in order to provide a little added shade.

Comfy, Cozy: Add an overhead structure to your porch to protect a couch that will give functional seating to your outdoor space. Hanging plants will bring a touch of whimsy and floral charm to this area of your deck.

Sky High: If your deck is elevated and railings are necessary for safety, consider open metal vertical railings that will contrast the wood space nicely.

Cyclical Nature:  A round deck connected to the home provides can provide an alluring little spot for relaxation, the circular shape mimicking the organic and soft qualities of the surrounding shapes.

Rhine Landscaping provides quality design and construction services to meet all of your outdoor carpentry needs. Offering deck installation in Baltimore, Maryland and the surrounding areas, we can build whatever it is you envision to help maximize your enjoyment of your outdoor space. Whether you want to upgrade an existing deck or start anew, we can service your needs no matter what.

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One Response to “ Maryland Deck Installation: Tips for Decking out Your Deck ”

  1. Thanks for this advice when it comes to a deck. I personally like the idea of having an overhead structure to a deck. It seems like a good way to be outside and relax in the shade, especially if it’s incredibly hot outside.

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