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Decking Garden Designs

EXAMPLE 1
Here a deck has been used in a dank, shady, courtyard to raise the level of the garden and throw light back into the house.



EXAMPLE 2
The classic space at the rear of every Victorian terrace can become a very pleasant sitting space. Too often this space can become a refuge for broken pots, spilled compost and finally a cat's toilet! This little deck is raised to the same height as the back door giving quick, easy access.


EXAMPLE 3
The deck in this photo has been raised approx 2m above the garden the height at which the back door gained access to the garden via a steep set of steps. The deck acts as a landing which catches more sun, giving quick coffee time access but also takes advantage of fantastic views across Bristol.


EXAMPLE 4
A family deck tucked into a corner beside the family's garage. Originally laid to lawn this space was elevated from a leftover dumping ground to becoming the heart of the garden where the family can eat and entertain.


EXAMPLE 5
Timber decking is a very flexible material and can be laid to any level as well as fitting in with most designs. Here the deck zig-zags around a triangular water feature.



EXAMPLE 6
Decking can be combined with paving to soften a large paved garden. Here a formal water feature is enhanced with this timber garden pathway.

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