An outdoor deck is a great place to create a retreat spot. Traditional deck designs provide elegant spots for relaxing. There are many ways to decorate them. You can add chairs and a table, a sofa set, or even a Jacuzzi tub.
To create a traditional look, you can add decorative elements such as a wooden table, iron-framed furniture, rustic bricks, and rugs. Pour elements from your home interior to the deck, but with more personal touch. Here are 18 great ideas to try.
⦁ Farmhouse-style traditional deck
This farmhouse-style deck is aimed for a family gathering. Chairs and bright pillows surround a long square table. A long sofa is put on the side as additional seating space.
⦁ Spacious Deck with Sofa Set
Spacious wooden deck with a sofa set is perfect for a family home. The deck becomes a place for a long sofa, several individual chairs, and coffee table. Two large trees are kept nearby to provide natural touch.
⦁ Outdoor deck with corner sofa
Make use of small deck space by installing a corner sofa. This deck has two wooden benches on the corner. White cushions, colorful pillows, coffee table, and umbrella make them more comfortable.
⦁ Wood-and-blue deck
Blue cushion, pillows, and coffee table look great on a traditional wooden deck. You can turn a wooden chest into a bench, creating extra storage space.
⦁ Outdoor Jacuzzi Deck
Jacuzzi and fireplace make your deck look elegant. Dark wooden panels and rustic bricks create an elegant retreat. A modern fireplace surrounded by rustic bricks provide additional warmth.
⦁ Spanish-style private deck
Love private deck but hate enclosed space? This Spanish-style private deck is the solution. It is adorned with ferns, mini banana trees, and succulents. Wooden furniture and floor create a laidback atmosphere.
⦁ Traditional country deck
This country deck faces a lawn and trees, giving a relaxing rural vibe. The deck is simple, with wooden floor and white fences. Wicker furniture with cushions and flower pots create a homey appearance.
⦁ Luxurious balcony deck
This two-story house has a semi-opened deck for dining and socializing. The furniture is paired with traditional lighting fixtures and ceiling fan. Area rugs separate the dining and socializing areas.
⦁ Narrow, elongated deck
Create an “elongated” deck to provide more space. This deck is narrow but manages to accommodate a table, two chairs, umbrella, sofa, and flower pots. Perfect for a house with a limited lot.
⦁ Raised wooden deck for dining area
A raised wooden deck is a great place to create a dining area. A table with several chairs become the focal point, while a long rack serves as storage space. Open-style deck surrounded by trees is a great place to eat, relax, and talk.
⦁ French home deck
A French country deck combines comfort with elegance. This semi-open deck has a white ceiling, with a fireplace surrounded by rustic bricks. White sofas and wooden coffee table are paired with a modern dining table.
⦁ Hilltop pavilion deck
This pavilion deck is ideal for a hilltop house. The deck faces the beautiful view, and the L-shape accommodates the terrain. Long benches, table with fire pit, and floor pillows are great for outdoor night-out.
⦁ Simple backyard deck
Even a small backyard is ideal for a deck. This corner deck uses a raised wooden platform. A simple table with several chairs and floor umbrella create a cozy nook.
⦁ Riverside brick house deck
A riverside brick house is an ideal spot for a wooden deck. Wooden furniture with a slightly washed surface creates a cozy look. This deck is adorned with mini trees and flowers for a more natural look.
⦁ Backyard deck with jacuzzi
This backyard deck has two sections, one for the seating area, and one for the jacuzzi tub. The sections were separated with a stair for more “privacy.” Wooden flower planters adorn the tub for a more elegant look.
⦁ Traditional camp-out deck
This backyard deck has a camp-out look. The wooden deck accommodates a dining table, with extra chairs and benches in smaller nooks. A stone bench separates these areas.
⦁ Traditional beachside deck
This beachside deck uses the minimalist background to emphasize the colorful furniture and carpet. Half of the deck is open, offering great view toward the beach.
⦁ Balcony Deck in a City Apartment
This balcony deck is perfect for an urban apartment. The wooden floor was chosen to create a contrast with the red brick wall. Make use of the small space with minimum decoration like a wooden table, two chairs, and planters.