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Demand for decks is increasing, and that’s no surprise to us given the popularity of all things outdoor living. Decks naturally extended your living space for relaxation, dining outdoors, and entertaining. Thinking of a deck addition or remodel? Read below to get inspired!
Here are the top deck design trends we’re seeing for 2020.
1. Modern/Industrial Aesthetic
While rustic-style design trends are still popular, we’re seeing increased appreciation for the modern/industrial aesthetic. Think mixed materials (like metal and composite decking), sharp angles, and dark color palettes. Composite decking from TimberTech has some great options. View the options in our showroom.
2. Varied-Plank Decking
Something new we’re noticing is a mixing of materials: multi-width or varied-plank decking. Picture thinner and thicker boards blended together to create a deck of varying widths. The update on one-size-fits-all adds contemporary flair while being flexible to any aesthetic. You can try this style in traditional wood, or composite decking material like AZEK by TimberTech.
3. Bold Color
Traditionally, most decks are brown or gray to blend in with the home. While neutrals are always in style, we’ve noticed deck design trends for 2020 moving toward bolder colors and complementary colors. You might see complementary colors on the decking and railing, in a picture-framing style, or other combination that shows off the structural design elements of the deck.
4. Natural Materials
Natural materials are the most popular choices when it comes to deck additions. We love these materials for their elegant timelessness, but they are also a great pick for new construction homes.
Two materials in particular stand out for 2020: exotic hardwood (including renewable picks like bamboo) and natural stone or stone veneer. Traditional stonework has a rustic look with uneven raw edges. For a more contemporary style, request profile stones which feature a sleek edge.
5. Composite Decking
Composite decking is one of our favorite choices because it is environmentally sustainable and long-lasting. You’ll love it for its low maintenance needs and the way the material expertly mimics premium natural materials. While a composite deck may cost more upfront, you’ll save money over the lifespan of the deck since you won’t need to paint or stain every few years.
It’s Never To Early For An Estimate
Von Tobel offers free consultations to customers! Get help planning your deck project, learn more about your product choices, and apply for financing.
Stop by our showroom to browse deck selections today. You can also request a free consultation on our website to talk over inspiration, ideas, and how we can bring your deck to life. Contact us today: https://vontobels.com/decking-material/