Deck Out Your Deck with Paint

Deck paint

It’s summahtime and the living’s eaaaasy. That’s right, folks, we know you’re chillin’ like a villain in your outdoor spaces. But what’s wrong with this picture? Ah, your deck is a boring shade of wood. Well, we’ve got the answer for you that will spice up that deck faster than you can blend your next margarita (okay, maybe not quite that fast, since you’re a master with that Vitamix…hey, who says you can’t use it for cocktails, too?). This answer that we speak of is DECK PAINT. Not only does it look better and classier than a simple old deck stain, it has major staying power, lasting longer than a stain. If we haven’t already convinced you to give deck paint a chance, here are some gorgeous inspirations that are sure to:

Show your stripes! We’ll start with the looker above — holy cannoli, we love the two colors in these pretty, please hues!

Painting a deck

Credit: Texas Construction Company

Opposites attract. Okay, admit it, you wouldn’t have thought to choose a chartreuse paint color for the deck of your gray and white house, right? But how FABULOUS does this look? We are in love. It took a normal, lovely home up a BIG style notch.

Deck paint

Credit: Mitch Allen Photography

Modern maven. First of all, look at that ceiling! Amazing. This modern deck scene is all cool, calm and collected with its blue-gray hue that complements and contrasts the house’s taupe-y-brown siding and Earthy surroundings. Sign. Us. Up!

 

Go black,

Black paint deck

Credit: New Eco Landscapes

Go black. Three cheers for this hue. It’s classic. It’s contemporary. It’s so right. (And happens to look smashing when covered with rain water.) Black deck paint makes this compact back deck into something to talk about.

House deck paint

Credit: Dwellings

Neutral know-how. Doesn’t this deck just look sooooo relaxing? You can create a zen space of your own with neutral tones and a deck paint color that’s in the same family, just a few shades lighter than the furniture or another accent.

Send us a photo of your house and painting project to info@castlega.com and it may be featured on our blog! Need help with your deck paint? You know who to call 😉

 

 

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