Pool HouseBeach Style Deck, Melbourne

This is an example of a beach style deck in Melbourne with an outdoor kitchen. —  Houzz
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Jo Lee wrote:3March,2016
  • lisa_whelan90

    Yes I would love to know what timber was used for this deck?

helsbellsbird wrote:10April,2017
    sarah_e_jones15 wrote:30November,2016

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      georgia4321
      Georgia Madden added this to Expert Eye: How to Nail Your Deck and Garden Lighting12 December 2019

      Your turnDid you find this story useful? Tell us in the Comments below, like this story, save the images and join the conversation.MoreWant more practical outdoor advice? Don’t miss How Do I… Keep My Garden Alive in a Drought?

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      Kerryn Ramsey added this to Outdoor Fix-Ups: Revitalising a Timber Deck4 April 2016

      Illuminating the deckWHAT YOU’LL NEED: Lighting, a screwdriver, screws, hammer and nails.HOW TO: To enjoy your deck after the sun goes down, adequate lighting is essential. There are plenty of different lighting options to suit the way you use your deck – whether you’re dining, entertaining or just sitting around socialising. There are permanent solutions where lighting is fitted flush with the timber or more temporary options. For example, fairy lights can be hung along a railing, solar-powered strings of light can be positioned overhead, battery candles can make beautiful and effective lighting on a table, and strips of LED lighting can be attached under steps or along the edge of the deck. A visit to a large hardware store or lighting specialist will fire up your imagination.AVERAGE TIME: 5 minutes to a couple of hours.

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      Joanna Tovia added this to Stickybeak of the Week: A Mornington Peninsula Pool House1 September 2014

      The bi-fold doors off the great room opens up the pool house to the deck and pool. The wide-format (132mm x 32mm) teak decking boards have hidden fixings and are finished with Cutek CD50 protection oil to protect them from the elements.Decking: Woodform Architectural

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      Kerryn Ramsey added this to Pretty Patios That'll Make You Want to Kick Back – Right Now20 July 2014

      Al fresco entertaining. In this elegant home in Victoria’s suburb of Mt Martha, the patio-cum-entertaining-area has everything you need under one roof for easy and relaxed gatherings. The outdoor kitchen and dining suite are all under cover, while the extended timber deck can be utilised for big family functions or parties.SHOW USHave you renovated your patio area recently? Tell us about it and send us your before and after photos in the comments section below.

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      txchica29 added this to Olivia1 February 2020

      Green tile backsplash, looks like fish scales

      snas
      Scott added this to porch & patio10 January 2020

      In deck upward accent lighting (near plant border?) - Teak deck with Golden Tone mixed in with Cutex 50 oil

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