Deck Lookbook

Be Inspired….

Curtis Lumber’s Professional Designers will help you create an amazing custom deck that suits your home, lifestyle, and budget. Take a look at some of the beautiful decks built by Curtis Lumber’s customers and contractors and see a few of the most popular options available in deck design.

Classic Trex Deck with Lighting

This classic deck designed by Curtis Lumber features Trex® Composite Decking, railing and lighting. Trex® is engineered to resist fading, scratches, and stains, and eliminates time-consuming maintenance. A little soap and water or a quick power washing is all the maintenance Trex® requires.

Deck Details:

  • Trex Transcend® Composite Decking, Spiced Rum
  • Trex Transcend® Posts with white lighted caps and white base trim
  • Trex Transcend® Universal crown top and bottom rails in Vintage Lantern
  • Trex Transcend® Round Balusters in Black
  • Fascia and Risers: White PVC (Kleer)

Lake House Deck and Boat House

This lake house deck and boat house designed by Curtis Lumber features Trex® Composite Decking and Atlantis® Railing Systems RailEasy™ Cable Rail. Trex® decking is a great choice for sturdy-yet-stylish waterfront spaces that can withstand the wear and tear of the elements; plus look beautiful for years to come.

Deck Details:

  • Trex Transcend® Composite Decking, Tiki Torch
  • Trex Transcend® Posts with flat caps and base trim in Fire Pit
  • Trex Transcend® Crown Top Rail in Fire Pit with Atlantis® Railing Systems RailEasy™ Cable Rail
  • Fascia and Risers: Tiki Torch

Family Fun Zone

A well-planned and well-built deck can transform a backyard into a family destination. This custom two-level deck features a fabulous al fresco family room, jacuzi space, and area for entertaining.

Deck Details:

  • Trex Transcend® Composite Decking, Lava Rock
  • Trex® Signature™ Railing in Black with square balusters
  • Fascia and Risers: Vintage Lantern

Covered Deck

This custom Trex® deck is a great example of how a deck is an extension of your home’s living space. The multiple outdoor rooms offer zones for dining, conversation and relaxation. The attached overhang ensures the dining area is protected from sun and rain.

Deck Details:

  • Trex Enhance® Naturals Composite Decking, Foggy Wharf
  • Trex® Signature™ Railing in Black with square balusters
  • Fascia and Risers: Foggy Wharf

Screened-In Deck

Want a space for 3 season enjoyment? Consider adding a screen room to your deck. You’ll gain valuable living space, perfect for entertaining, protected from pesky bugs and exposure to sun and rain. They also offer more privacy than open decks.

Deck Details:

  • Trex Enhance® Naturals Composite Decking, Rocky Harbor
  • White Trex® posts, caps and trim
  • White crown rail and Trex Transcend® Universal bottom rails in black with round balusters
  • Fascia and Risers: White PVC (Kleer)

Think Outside the Box

When it comes to deck design, you are not limited to right angles and straight lines. Trex composite decking and railing allows you to add architectural interest with curves. Curves can be used to delineate spaces for outdoor living.

Deck Details:

  • Trex Transcend® Composite Decking in Tiki Torch with boarder in Vintage Lantern
  • White Trex® posts, caps and trim with Atlantis® Railing Systems Cable Rail
  • Fascia and Risers: White PVC (Kleer)

Pressure Treated Wood Decks

One of the most popular choices for decking is pressure-treated wood. Pressure treated wood is typically made with Southern Yellow Pine, which has undergone a special process to make it more durable and less susceptible to insect infestation, moisture, mold, and decay. It also is resistant to dents, scratches, and wear. Pressure-treated wood’s extra strength gives it a long lifespan, ensuring that it will last for decades to come with proper care. Another advantage is it’s easy to work with and can be stained or painted any color you desire. Pressure-treated wood is a classic and affordable decking option however it does require yearly maintenance.