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Easy Decorating Ideas for a Small Deck



It’s almost summertime, and we are all looking forward to getting outdoors and enjoying our backyard. Even if you don’t have room for a large deck, plenty of small deck designs serves as inspiration. You can customize your DryShield Deck using carefully chosen decorations to showcase your personal style to impress your family and guests. Use color to liven up a small deck; just a pop of color will give that DryShield Deck a BIG personality.

Outdoor Furniture

A small deck can be ultra-stylish with the right furniture, and you likely won’t need a lot of furniture. A small round coffee table with two folding chairs is practical and functional; lightweight chairs with narrow legs take up minimal space around the table. PRO TIP: Put a round outdoor rug under the table to give your room a homey feel. For the most durable option, select a synthetic material that’s easy to clean and resistant to UV rays. Dual-purpose pieces or built-in storage is a bonus. Benches with built-in storage drawers give you different places to tuck away spare towels and blankets and books or snacks to enjoy from the comfort of your deck. Can also add a lounge chair for relaxing in the sun.


Gardening Techniques

Decorating a small deck with greenery makes for a genuinely inviting setup. Small garden decking ideas and container gardening -containers filled with lush plantings are a simple but impactful small deck decorating idea. You can fit in a plant or two in even the tiniest of decked gardens, balconies, or terraces. Decks that lean to the smaller size need vertical plants and integrated lighting to create more contrast and texture.

 

Illuminate the Nights with Lights

Try lanterns teamed with candles for heaps of ambiance by day and by night to make your small deck ideas shine in all seasons. Hanging string lights is an inexpensive way to upgrade your outdoor space.

 

There’s no wrong way to decorate your small DryShield Deck. Find your style in the right place. Four Seasons Sunrooms and Windows will help transform and improve your outdoor living space! We have many more suggestions for deck decorations that will highlight your personal style. Interested in adding a DryShield Deck to your home? Contact us at 888-270-3546 or chat anytime on our 24/7 live help desk. 


About our DryShield Deck System

For over forty years, Four Seasons has been delivering solutions for outdoor living. Our goal is to create the backyard of your dreams and create a space that not only meets your needs but exceeds your expectations.

Our DryShield® Decking System means that you can now create the perfect blend of indoors and outdoors and finally get the best of both worlds.

DryShield® Decking by Four Seasons provides a unique combination of great aesthetics and long-term durability. Our premium composite decks are available in a range of wood tones with natural looking grain patterns to satisfy any deck design. But these boards aren't only attractive, they're also high performance.

DryShield's encapsulated decking is different from the standard wood/plastic composite deck. Our unique total encapsulation technology completely defends our boards against moisture. We're engineered tough enough to be installed in even the harshest of applications like direct ground or water contact.

This superior moisture resistance is backed by a Limited Lifetime Warranty, making our DryShield® Decking System the perfect decking solution for pools, lakes, hot tubs and your backyard!

Whether you are combining your new deck with one of our outdoor structures or it is a standalone project, you can count on Four Seasons to deliver the best quality products with the service you expect from a company that has insisted on "Building The Best" for more than four decades.


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