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Old 09-17-2013, 10:36 AM
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Default My Victorian wood Deck

Hello BHM friends,

I built myself a big wrap around deck around my country house.

Also look my storage idea Under my terrace

I would like to share my buiding experiment:

Pictures here: My wrap-around deck and Porch

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Old 09-17-2013, 10:47 AM
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That is some beautiful work.

Thanks for sharing.

The weatherproof strips lining the edges of the joists is something I'd not seen before, but it's a great idea.
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Beautiful home and top notch work. That new deck will be there for many years.
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Very nice.
Now whens coffee time?
Nice place to rock and wonder huh?
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I'm jealous! What a pretty porch! I like the looks of it first of all, but looking deeper, I REALLY like the "shed under the deck" - a well-designed use of space! You've really thought this out and made great use of your space, both above and below. (And the fact that it looks fabulous doesn't hurt!)
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Default A coffee on my wrap around deck, you're welcome !

Hello,

It seem picture desapear....

Great idea... a coffee on it... but here its winter... -25 F soon.

By the way... a beer indoor !


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Lightbulb Cleaning deck and stain it

Pictures coming soon about my deck maintenance.
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Just beautiful! I love the trim along the top (don't know the proper term).
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Default Trim term

I search to named this trim...

Maybe... victorian elements...
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