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Decks - Maximize Outdoor Living & Garden Beauty with a Pergola

  
  
  
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This extensive deck in Sudbury, Mass was designed to really live on. It has a wide open space for a large table and chairs and a grill. The curved steps meet up with a small circular patio for more intimate gatherings within the gardens. The deck extends to out in the back to encompass a hot tub covered by a lovely pergola.

Decks - Layered Solutions for a Backyard Pool Garden

  
  
  
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This home had many exits at many levels that led out to a large pool in a small yard. By designing this multi-leveled, mahogany deck with wide-open, curved steps, the deck not only solved the varied door levels it also now offers functional sitting space for pool-side R & R.

Decks - Making the Home to Garden Connection

  
  
  
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Extreme Home Makeover - 2005 - In Medfield, Mass lives a family with a son in a wheelchair. Their wish was for him to be able to get in and out of the house with ease. Their property was multi leveled and filled with huge ledge outcroppings.

Decks - Wishing for Water

  
  
  
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With a view like this, who wouldn't want to have a sitting space to over look the water and gardens. This tiny deck was designed to take advantage of the views while offering a solution to errosion by lifting out some old patio block and heavily planting the slope.

Decks - The Wood Solution to a Sloped Landscape

  
  
  
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This home in Lexington, Mass had an enormous elevation change from the front to the back of the house. The back area alone had multiple old walls and levels that were going to be cost prohibitive to remove. Plus we had this Grandmother Maple in the yard that provided a perfect canopy so we didn't want to disturb or damage it.

Decks - The Home to Patio Connection

  
  
  
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This narrow back yard in Dover, Mass needed a comfortable space for outdoor living. A long transitional deck with open angled steps invites movement onto the new brick paver patio below.

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