Planning a backyard space? How would I add character and creativity to my outdoor living space?


Are you planning to create a beautiful and unique outdoor living space? Do you want some character designed into it? How about making it your own taste and getting some assistance with the possibilities?

Archadeck of Charlotte regularly consults with homeowners and builders alike on how to achieve a truly unique backyard!

Some ideas include mixing stone and brick so that the house appears to have more movement to it. In addition, the idea of mixing stone and tile can be really creative and we have several projects in our photo gallery that highlight the different combinations of substrates.

Color blending and complimenting is another way of enhancing your outdoor space. Creating decks with different color rails, steps, trim, etc can really separate your backyard from your neighbors.

Accenting your patio with a different stone sitting or landscape wall is wonderful on the eye.

Some of the best ways to create character in the backyard are color, mixing of substrates (materials), and elevation changes. To really get some great ideas, visit on on YouTube as Archadeck of Charlotte has it’s own channel. You can also visit the photo gallery at http://www.charlotte.archadeck.com

Covered patio with brickkposts and outdoor fireplace

Travertine stone raised porch with metal rail and brick columns in Waxhaw, NC with a pool

Travertine stone raised porch with metal rail and brick columns in Waxhaw, NC with a pool

Archadceck of Charlotte designed and built this double-deck open porch in Matthews, NC

Archadceck of Charlotte designed and built this double-deck open porch in Matthews, NC

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