The customer wanted a complete garden transformation that they could walk out onto through their French doors, after recently having a newly fitted open plan kitchen diner. So, they knew they needed something raised to sit alongside their French doors, and therefore opted for composite decking to create a seamless transition from inside out. Slabs, gravel, timber raised beds, and a summer house were added later with a mix of potted plants and furniture to tie the whole look together.
The client came to us in need of something that would suit the style of paving slabs that they had already purchased. The idea was to create a flat area perfect for outside dining that would complement the English garden theme throughout their garden space. To sit with the client’s personal style, the NeoTimber® antique coloured board in the Advanced range was selected using our plastic lumber to create the decking subframe.
The NeoTimber® Advanced deck board was chosen as the client wanted something that was less maintenance, which is why they also opted for plastic lumber. With the client wanting to incorporate small lights around the perimeter as well as a gravel border – we suggested framing their deck with a picture frame style around the outside of the top deck. The skirting trim perimeter offered the ideal neat finish which covered any exposed edges of the step.