Once we finished the renovation of the back room, we moved straight on to the decking of the outdoor space. We removed the old pavers
and, under the watchful eye of the foreman,
built the frame while working around existing obstacles as best we could.
After much research, we decided to use Ekodeck, a composite material that (this is the best bit) requires no oiling, painting or maintenance.
It didn’t take long to cut and lay the planks, we used the CAMO hidden screw system so there are no screws visible on top of the boards.
We laid a metre wide strip to connect the doors with the garden
and then added the edges.
For completeness, we laid a border of white pebbles
and planted six dwarf camellias at the barbecue end.
Next is the outdoor kitchen area….