The Minnesota homeowners of this fresh build loved their new home — but they were less enthusiastic about the similar-looking decks punctuating the sea of adjoining backyards in their development. The pair knew they wanted to add a premium-performance outdoor living space to their yard but didn’t want to downplay their unique style. Fortunately, contractor Mark King of Infinite Decks was available to make their deck dreams come true.
King, who specializes in curved decks for a one-of-a-kind look, uses only TimberTech® AZEK® decking products due to their outstanding performance, beauty, and malleability. The capped polymer material makeup means that otherwise detrimental elements like weathering and moisture don’t stand a chance.
For a family whose style embodies the TimberTech commitment to Go Against the Grain®, King opted to combine truly statement-making designs: two circular dining areas, a mix of straight and diagonal inlays, and a dimensional picture frame perimeter composed of narrow- and wide-width deck boards. Along the deck’s perimeter, King used crisp white and weather-ready AZEK® Trim and Moulding as fascia — attractively mirroring the trim of the home’s exterior while complementing the modern gray hues of TimberTech AZEK Coastline® and Island Oak™ from the Vintage Collection® and Arbor Collection, respectively.
The final product is a coolly curving outdoor living space guaranteed to be the talk of the neighborhood.
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New housing development in Chasta, Minnesota.
An eye-catching and modern deck that captured their unique style.
A cool Island Oak inlay showcasing both single-width and diagonal patterns complemented the deep blue of the home's exterior while exuding dynamic design.
Timeless white AZEK Trim and Moulding were used as fascia, bringing the unbeatable durability and protection of cellular PVC to this signature outdoor living space.
Timbertech Azek wide- and narrow -width deck boards in contemporary Coastline were used to create a unique picture frame border.
Heat-bent Timbertech AZEK capped polymer boards allowed for circular platforms and sleek curves unlike anything else in the neighborhood.