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Whether you are building a deck for the first time, or replacing deck tiles on a new outdoor seating area, we have a wide collection of decking materials. Decks are made from all different types of wood, composite, and other synthetics. You can choose from many different materials and styles to find the deck that best matches your home. You can build a small deck or a large deck with the right deck tiles. Most deck tiles are made with a sealant or are compatible with a stain to get just the look you are going for. Don’t stare at your old deck this summer and long for a new one. You can use a deck material calculator to find the amount of decking you will need for your next project. Ultimately, the materials that you need are going to depend on your personal aesthetic, as well as the time you would like to invest in maintenance and upkeep.
Wood decks are popular choices for many homes. All types of wood deck tiles can work to make a beautiful statement outside of your home. Wood decking is popular for its rustic look and durability. You can choose from teak decking, redwood decking, mahogany decking, bamboo decking, tiger wood decking, and more. Decking lumber can be secured at a fairly reasonable price, depending on your existing budget. Deck boards come in all shapes, sizes, and colors. There are plenty of options to choose from when it comes to the space you would like between each plank and the stain for each board. Wood decking does need to be stained and sealed every few years to lock out moisture and upkeep the color and style.
Apart from wood, composite deck material is one of the most popular deck flooring options. Composite decking material is made from both wood and plastic. Shaved wood particles, like sawdust and wood pieces, are combined with recycled plastic parts to create a durable and weatherproof decking material. Composite deck materials are one of the most environmentally friendly materials that you can use to build your deck because it uses wood scraps and recycled plastic. Veranda composite decking looks good on any large deck outside of your home. Capped and uncapped composite deck boards are the two main types of composite decking. Extrusion and compression molding are used to create these two types of composite that are popular for decks. The best part about capped composite is that it is stain-resistant, so you won’t have to worry about discoloration.
Deck tiles are also made from vinyl, aluminum, plastic, and other synthetic wood decking materials. Non wood decking materials have their own benefits, like durability and eco-friendliness. Similar to composite deck boards, vinyl decking is durable and requires very low maintenance. Aside from composite and vinyl, metal decking like aluminum decking and, are also durable and relatively eco-friendly. Aluminum decking is very easy to wash off and clean without having to hassle with staining your deck boards every year.
At Wayfair.com, we try to make sure you always have a zillion options for your home. That's why we have so many Modern Bars for sale on our site, including Modern Bars from brands like Crosley and Wildon Home ®. We want to make sure when you buy one of our Modern Bars online from Wayfair.com, you're getting the one that's exactly right for you, whether that's the Alexandria Cambridge Bar Cabinet with Wine Storage, the Capri Bar Cabinet with Wine Storage, or something entirely different and unique to your home.
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Cottage: Generally exemplified
by feminine furniture, muted
colors, milk-paint finishes and
vintage fabrics. Soft, muted
colors showing the wear of time.
Flea markets and Grandma's attic
are the perfect spots for
finding items for this style.
Pieces with straight lines,
painted finishes and very little
include baskets, carved wooden
bowls, pottery, pewter and hand-
forged metal accents. Floral,
checked and striped patterns
printed on fabric.
Modern: Very sleek with clean
lines. Generally incorporates
high gloss using whites, greys,
and blacks. A focus on geometry
and angular shapes is a hallmark
of modern design. Glass and
leather is also seen a lot with
Rustic: Use of a warm nature-
inspired color palette: whites,
browns, blacks, grays, and tans.
Hints of green, orange, and red
can be found as accent colors.
Incorporating natural materials,
such as wood, stone, leather,
sisal, wool, clay, and various
metal finishes, throughout the
decor, is the key element to
Rustic style. Contrasting
textures and patterns are also
used in this style.
Traditional: Patterns commonly
found in traditional decor--
plaid, damask,and floral prints.
Many ornate shapes and details.
The furniture tends to look
heavy with an heirloom type
quality. Common wood tones are
darker shades of mahogany and
walnut. Traditional style tends
to feature pieces with tufted
cushions and nailhead accents.
Contemporary: This style bridges
the gap between traditional and
modern. Pieces feature softened
and rounded lines as opposed to
the stark lines seen in modern
design. Simple and clean lines
with smooth surfaces without any
carving or adornment. Color
palette relies heavily on brown,
taupe, cream and pure white.
Natural fabrics such as silk,
wool, linen and cotton are used
for their textural aspect and
inherent neutral hues.
Coastal: Cool palette of blues,
whites, sandy neutrals, and
sometimes black. Crisp cotton
and linen fabrics, bold stripes,
and beadboard are main elements
of coastal decor. Motifs such as
shells, coral, sealife, and
nautical instruments finish the
look. Tropical themes such as
pineapples, palm trees, and
wicker can also be incorporated
into the coastal design.
Mini Bar: Select this option if
bar is not a bar you can stand
behind; it is a miniature bar.
Wall Bar: Select this option if
the item is just the top part of
a bar that would go against a
wall behind a bar (does not
touch the ground). It resembles
a hutch and often features a
mirror and or wine glass
Home Bar: Select this option if
the bar is a full-sized bar one
can stand behind
Back Bar: Select this option if
the item is a back bar. This is
a bar that usually goes against
a wall and behind a front bar.
It may have a matching hutch.
Wine Bar: Select this option if
bar has storage specifically for
wine bottles and stemware.
Bar Cabinet: Select this option
if the bar can be closed up and
put away like a cabinet.This
style looks more like a piece of
furniture and blends in with the
rest of decor around a home.