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Back when traditional real wood was the only option for deck construction, decks almost all looked the same. With multiple new innovative materials emerging in the market, deck design ideas are constantly building up. Now, you’re offered opportunities to embrace new design ideas while still having the looks of natural wood for your decks. Here, we’re talking about decking board blend ideas that you can take to transform your deck into a holiday retreat.
Who says decking boards should keep the same in width?
At COOWIN®, you can have composite decking boards different in width, combined together to create a unique and stylish look for your deck. You’ll have more than three options for board width, which are “narrow”(140 mm), “standard”(150 mm), and “wide”(200mm).
Wide-width deck boards can make your decks look more expansive, ideal for smaller deck spaces. In addition, wide-width deck boards require few fasteners to install, saving your time and energy. Narrower deck boards, on the other hand, add more details and textures to your deck. With a blend of narrow and wide deck boards, your deck will sure display a style of uniqueness. Narrower deck boards, on the other hand, add more details and textures to your deck. With a blend of narrow and wide decking board ideas, your deck will sure display a style of uniqueness.
Multi-color decks are not going to be like a wild mixture of many colors. The number of hues you are going to combine should, in most circumstances, not exceed 3. A blend of slightly similar colors will make the finished look appear more natural and subtle. Sheer contrasts push it too far and wouldn’t do any good. You can stagger the deck boards to create color strips or simply arrange the boards of a different color to form a circle or square. This way it’s not only for aesthetic but also functional purposes. You can mark out a designated zone or place or picture-frame a deck area.
COOWIN® composite decking comes in 5 main colors, namely Cedar, Red Pine, Red Wood, Light Grey, Coffee, and Blue Grey. This collection is also supplemented by Art Color Series, variegated color options that will make an easy and natural blend of colors.
Here comes one that’s a unique feature of composite materials. Thanks to the composition of plastic and reclaimed wood, composite boards will have more grain pattern options for you to choose from. Although it’s not something that’ll stand out in the distance, it can break the uniform and monotonous look of your deck and bring you a livable outdoor space.
“Modern”, “Classical”, and “Fashion” are the grain pattern currently offered for our uncapped composite decking. How to combine them in a way that showcases your style will depend on your own preference.