A new backyard DIY floating deck that has all the neighbors talking.
"This post is sponsored by The Home Depot"
I am super excited to finally be revealing my backyard floating deck to you guys! It has been a looooooong time coming, but after some long days/nights, some bruised knees and some unexpected failures I can finally say that I pulled it off and I'm ready for the world to see.
Don't forget to check out Part One, Part Two and Part Three of the floating deck project to see how it came together.
If you haven't seen post 1, you missed that Home Depot provided me with $3,000 to create my floating deck and I totally pulled it off. So let's take a look at what my backyard looked like before the floating deck! Blah
I'm not sure how I ever thought I was going to entertain with my backyard looking like that! It was pretty sad and has been ever since I purchased the house, but "look at her now"
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Definitely a big improvement from what was there before. When I first built this deck, I wanted to go for a Bohemian/Morrocon feel so I had lot's of fun playing with neutral colors and some pops of color with these fun outdoor pillows.
I originally wanted to use a neutral color palette for the end tables but I couldn't resist this garden stool in chalk. The design is right up my alley and the contrast that it brings beside the Beverly Sectional made it a perfect fit!
I especially love this Hampton Bay Umbrella I picked up from the Home Depot. But better than that I am in love with this New TechWood Composite Decking. It wasn't my original plan, but I am so glad I decided to go with it. It makes the deck look like a real getaway oasis and I can't get enough.
My favorite part about the new deck is lighting up the solar lights and fire pit when the night sky starts peaking in. I can assure you many nights will be spent here! My Chevron privacy wall was a great choice as an additive to the deck and I'm am really glad I went with black for my color choice. The trim on my house is black so it fits right in.
Not having to worry about plugging in any electrical is a MAJOR plus. The LEDs on the Hampton Bay Umbrella definitely made the purchase worth it. With one day of sun the umbrella was fully lit and the power button on the side makes it easy to turn on/off when needed.
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But I won't keep you waiting for too long. Head on over to the Home Depot Blog to see the Full Reveal!
Check out my FLOATING DECK REVEAL HERE !
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