I know, I know, I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, but some of the outdoor living spaces that our Archadeck Outdoor Living franchisees design and build are so unique and beautiful. I saw this one from our deck builder in Arvada and after getting the details on the project, I had to share. Not only is it a great space anyone would be happy to have, but it is VERY personal to the homeowner.
Our Archadeck of the Foothills owner, Ben Wood, met these homeowners back in February at a local home show. They were interested is changing their outdoor living space, removing part of their stamped concrete patio and building a deck at ground level and a smaller deck off their bedroom. As Ben says, “they wanted to create a saloon feel for the lower deck.” One of the homeowners is originally from Australia and wanted to incorporate Australian cedar that she brought to the U.S. from her childhood home in the Australian Outback, a piece of home at their new home!
The wood wasn’t the only place they wanted to incorporate Australia, they did so in the outdoor kitchen as well. Instead of having a stone finished to the body of the outdoor kitchen, they decided to incorporate corrugated metal instead in homage to the tin roofs in the Outback. The upper deck included an overhead drainage system to make sure the kitchen and dining space stayed dry and could be used in any weather.
Ben created a 3D rendering of the rustic design which included French doors from their bedroom onto the upper level deck and a great “pub table” on one of the posts (this was going to be a space for entertaining after all). 3D renderings are a great way for clients to see how the space will look on their home before it’s built.
When it came to building, the Archadeck team paid special attention to keeping the homeowners’ rustic saloon in mind and the outcome was great. Check out these photos!