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Finished Deck Out Back!

This is the left side facing out.  You can see the grill area.
Hey neighbors!

As some of you know, we had a deck built out back along with replacing our front patio.  Well, we have now completed the back deck by adding a roof, skylights, a few ceiling fans with lights and then a roof over the stair to the driveway!  I LOVE IT!  My only problem now?  It is seriously getting cold, so I only use it in the afternoons right now when it warms up a little.

This is looking in from the grill area.

Looking from the table area across the deck.

Another view.

This is the main seating area.

I can't wait until spring!  We also have a grill area!  Summertime fun!  This is going to be perfect to have friends come and visit.  We can cook outside and have quite a bit of fun.  There is plenty of room to spread out.  We have several tables and chairs, a couple of carpets, a foosball table, two grills, and we even have a hammock to put up in one corner.

The far side and you can see out the gate to where the stairs are.

Looking the other way!

At night with the lights on!

I took several pictures to share, both daytime and nighttime.  Leave a comment and let me know what you think!

Another nighttime picture!

The grills!

Doesn't this look comfy!


dmauton said…
That looks awesome. I know where I would be during the warmer months. :)
scottsgal said…
your deck is beautiful - very cozy. I'm sure you'll have wonderful evenings spent there.
scottsgal said…
your deck is beautiful - very cozy. I'm sure you'll have wonderful evenings spent there.
Lori, It is AWESOME! I love it!! You must be so excited for spring/summer!
karenmed409 said…
I am drooling over they grill area. You did a fantastic job, this is my dream deck.
Coolestmommy said…
Beautiful deck! Looks like a great place to sip lemonade and read.

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