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HGTV Dream House 2013 Steals The Show With a Stylish Deck, In a Refreshing Style

It is not often that you encounter a deck space that is as appealing as the home itself. But in case of the HGTV Dream House 2013, it is the fabulous and fascinating deck area that has everyone’s attention. Presenting a perfect blend of form and functionality, the place sports a remarkable hangout that comes with a stylish pool and ample room for an entire family.

Nestled 10 feet above the ground level of the home, the deck promises unabated views of the backyard and the scenery beyond. But that is just one of the many perks offered by this laid-back and luxurious outdoor setting.

The deck is accessible through the master suite of the house. It provides a large and furnished area where the owners of the residence can enjoy countless beautiful sunsets. Next to the sleek pool is a series of ottomans that give you an opportunity to catch your breath in between all the fun! Beautiful woven all-weather armchairs grace the remainder of the deck with a lovely dining set placed in one of the corners.

Surrounding canopy of the house seems to offer ample shade even on those hot and sunny days, while the trendy armchairs allow you to kick back and relax. The décor chosen for the deck can not only brave the elements, but seems like a perfect visual extension of the natural ambiance around. Sturdy wooden flooring and warm lighting complete this outdoor extension of the family area. Providing a perfect glimpse of the many sights and sounds outside, this is indeed a deck space befitting of a dream home. Making smart use of the space on offer, it brings together aesthetics and ergonomics with loads of natural goodness!

Sherry Nothingam

Sherry is a blogger who loves to live her life to the fullest. She enjoys everything associated with design, décor and stylish modern trends. Born in California, Sherry has grown up on open ranches and in a wild setting, which has defined her taste for design and developed her interest in examining how structures and homes interact with the beauti[...]

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