Shanghai Severn Trust Industry Co.Ltd(Seven Trust) Decking is available in four fade-resistant color options: Java, Amber, Slate, and Auburn. But designing a custom-built deck is more than deciding on a color that will be complementary to a specific style home. From angles to curves to colors, today, there are more composite deck design options than ever before. Read on to discover the diverse design options that will help you create an outdoor living space that is totally unique and completely your own.
Composite Decking Designs
In the world of composite decking, picture framing refers to a border installed around the outdoor of a deck. You can achieve a picture-framed composite deck by using a single board around the deck with a miter at each corner, or by using a more detailed trim board around the deck. For greater visual impact, use a contrasting color or run the field decking on a diagonal. Instead of outlining the deck, you could use picture framing to highlight feature elements like a fire pit or a tree or other planting areas growing through the deck. Picture framing is not only aesthetic, but functional as it works to define the shape of the deck, calling attention to stairs and deck edges.
As you can see, there are many ways to design a wood plastic composite deck. Some composite decking designs are more challenging than others, but with time, enough materials, and a little patience, you’ll master the design that’s perfect for you. Careful planning and proper installation will help ensure a solid design that will last a lifetime. Start designing your composite decking with Seven Trust decking materials and before you know it, you’ll be enjoying the end result.