Keeping Up With The Best Trends Pt. 2
Deck Designs To Spark Your Imagination
- Herringbone for a Modern Look – Herringbone pattern, also known as broken twill weave, is a popular design choice for interior flooring and is often now seen in deck design. The “V” shape is an attractive element and can be used as a focal point, a border, or throughout the entire surface.
- Diagonal Lines for a Captivating Design – Give your deck the illusion of a spacious footprint by installing your new deck boards diagonally. Does your deck have multiple levels? Installing your boards in alternating directions will emulate a sense of ornateness with minimal effort
- Breaker Boards for a Uniform Appearance – Breaker boards to illustrate your decking style are ideal for homes boasting a more traditional sense of allure. If you live in a century-old farmhouse, a modern look of herringbone may look out of place. However, the contemporary feel of breaker boards will match the time period of your home while still giving it a renewed sense of style.
The Ultimate Curb Appeal
Create a Statement
Don’t be afraid to go bold and create a statement with your front door. Your front door can easily represent your design style and personality. Some updates for a fresh look can include painting the door for a pop of color, incorporating seasonal wreaths for decoration, or updating with a new door handle and hardware.
Don’t let your doormat be the only thing that says “welcome.” Greet guests with a stylish extension of your home – the front porch. The first step to having eye-catching curb appeal is modernizing your porch flooring. By choosing a classic color such as gray, brown, or cream tones, you won’t have to worry about your porch looking outdated.