Home And Deck Combinations to Consider



Even though your deck is on the exterior of your house, you should keep your home’s interior style in mind when choosing a composite deck color. Additionally, your exterior siding, color tones, landscaping, and siding style should be considered as well. Whether you’re looking for your color combinations to stand out as a statement feature or coordinate them with the current style of your home, the following tips may be helpful when it comes to deciding upon appropriate deck color combinations for your home and deck.

Tones That Are Neutral

Neutral, pure colors include simplistic grays, whites, and blacks. Frequently, outdoor, organic, or stone colors are embodied by neutral tones. It’s easy, particularly if the characteristics of your home already embrace neutral colors, to choose a composite decking color. If you want to accentuate your home’s already beautiful features naturally, and you want something that’s easy on the eyes, consider the coolness that gray composite decking colors embody.

Here’s a bonus: For a pop of color, pull in outdoor pillows and patio sets to make it more satisfying to decorate with neutral tones.

Coastal Homes

Coastal style homes are being built on a more frequent basis. It seems to be a developing trend. The designs of these coastal homes often incorporate white accents (such as the trim on windows) pairing ideally with a crisp, clean gray composite color for their decking. You can pull off a coastal style nicely by using gray color tones when you have your deck built… or if you build it yourself.

Warmer Tones

Warm tones are described as tones and colors that resemble fire or the sun. They have a wide range from yellow and golden colors to peach. If those tones are used on your home siding, then an ideal choice could be to go with a rich brown composite decking. The natural features of your home will be enhanced this way, and your exterior design complemented.

There are a range of styles when it comes to brown composite deck boards. Some may be a rich brown that is straightforward, while others offer different color streaking. If you want something that is more of a standout color, there is a trend that has taken hold. The look consists of deck boards that end up having a reddish-brown color thanks to a vibrant hint of cayenne!

Building It or Having It Built?

There are numerous perks to having a well-designed, well-constructed deck. Above all else, you will now have the ideal place for family gatherings and entertaining. You can enhance the home you already love with a picturesque outdoor living space that adds significant value to your home as well as functionality. But will you build it yourself or have it built for you? Before you tackle such an endeavor, make sure that you know all the ins and outs of the project. You’ll also want to be familiar with any zoning restrictions, permits, and local regulations. Many individuals simply choose to have the experts tackle such a task. You can still decide on the color you want for your deck without having to build it yourself.

Will you be designing an outdoor space in the future? It should be an exciting and fun endeavor. Whether you want it to stand out on its own or complement your existing style, it should be an exquisite addition to your already existing abode. If you need assistance with the designing and building of your deck, L.A. Decks Backyard and Pool Remodeling services can help.