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Choosing the Right Design Pattern for Your New Deck

Choosing the Right Design Pattern for Your New Deck

While some of the smaller details are sometimes overlooked when planning for function, cosmetic details such as design patterns can make a significant impact on the look of your new deck as you entertain throughout the summer.

As you design your new deck, it is important to consider every facet of your design, from elevation level to lighting accessories. While some of the smaller details are sometimes overlooked when planning for function, cosmetic details such as design patterns can make a significant impact on the look of your new deck as you entertain throughout the summer. Whether you are repairing an older deck or starting from scratch with a new design, consider these design pattern options for your outdoor entertainment space.

Parallel to the House

Creating the flooring design pattern to be parallel to your house creates a consistent directional look for your deck. Parallel designs are often preferred for square decks for a simple yet clean look in an outdoor space.

Angled Decking

Angled designs create a contrast between the horizontal lines of siding or brick while flowing in one single direction across your deck. If you are interested in adding flair to a simple deck design such as a square or rectangular shape, angled designs can add direction and style to the overall look of your deck.

Herringbone Decking

Herringbone Decking frames your design around a single focal point on your deck for a clean yet adventurous look in your space. This type of flooring can also be used for specified sections of your deck to add a central focus an element of style to your deck design.

Single Picture Frame with Parallel Decking

This design pattern offers the look of the parallel flooring with an exterior frame to highlight the perimeter, often of a different shade or direction. While the outside of the design frames the perimeter of the deck, the internal parallel decking offers the same simple yet consistent look as the parallel design.

Double Picture Frame with Parallel Decking

Similar to the look of the single picture frame design, the double picture frame offers the side by side look of two parallel designs with an exterior frame. This adds stylish contrast to an otherwise simple single picture frame design.

Custom Inlays

Custom inlay designs allow you to further customize the look of your deck with a unique design framed by an exterior perimeter. Particularly for decks with a more complex design, a custom inlay may be an ideal option for a more sophisticated deck design and style.

Ready for a New Deck?

Mid-Atlantic Deck & Fence has almost 30 years of experience in building beautiful custom fences, gazebos, screened-in porches, and decks throughout the state of Maryland. We have the expertise to design your dream fence or custom deck and have it installed in a headache-free process. Give us a call at 1-800-833-9310 or visit us online for a quote today! We offer many different styles of fencing and decking in addition to custom options designed specifically to suit your preferences and tastes. To see examples of our work and get more tips on how to choose the right gazebo for your family, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Houzz, Pinterest, Google+, YouTube, and LinkedIn.

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