Terrace Design New York – Refurbished Deck

It’s amazing what a fresh coat of paint can do for a space!  When I first saw this roof deck on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, it had a lot of very weathered looking existing wood with rotting boards in some places. After replacing the rotted boards and giving all of the existing wood a good pressure washing, sanding, several coats of paint, this deck and fence look as good as new.  The two-tone effect of a rich brown deck with a light grey fence provides some nice contrast and really brightens up the entire space.  This design includes durable outdoor wicker furnishings, grey fiberglass pots, and automated drip irrigation and up-lighting in the planters.  For the plantings, we chose sun-loving, hardy plants such as blue junipers, spartan junipers, a crape myrtle tree, a birch tree, ornamental grasses, hardy mums, and coral bells.  t had a lot of very weathered looking existing wood with rotting boards in some places. After replacing the rotted boards and giving all of the existing wood a good pressure washing, sanding, several coats of paint, this deck and fence look as good as new.  The two-tone effect of a rich brown deck with a light grey fence provides some nice contrast and really brightens up the entire space.  This design includes durable outdoor wicker furnishings, grey fiberglass pots, and automated drip irrigation and up-lighting in the planters.  For the plantings, we chose sun-loving, hardy plants such as blue junipers, spartan junipers, a crape myrtle tree, a birch tree, ornamental grasses, hardy mums, and coral bells.