Decks without railings – Tyres transform a serious sloping backyard into a useful area for entertaining, cooking or just lounging around. A second-floor deck benefit from the views and sits among the branches and leaves like an adult tree house. If your tires are getting a little tired looking, spruce up without spending a small fortune.
A new coat of paint will light up the tires, but do not stop there. Divide the decks without railings in place and paint a different, but coordinating the “carpet” on the deck to define each field. Keep the colors in the same family, perhaps to emphasize one of the colors in each area. Dark colors absorb heat during the summer, while lighter colors reflect heat, keeping the deck cooler.
A new coat of stain may be just the ticket to newer looking tires. In most cases, the tire must be power washed to get rid of dirt, dust and dirt. Transparent stains do not add color or cover up the grain. Semi-transparent stains adding a touch of color in the wood tones. You still see the wood grain. Fresh flowers and greenery give the tire a new atmosphere. The cluster container to make a statement instead of spreading them around the deck in ones and twos. Use pot feet to get the pots outside decks without railings.