A Multi-Tiered Deck Made for Entertaining
Tour a mountain house deck where every seat has the best view in the house.
A View of the Peaks
Perched 2,600 feet above the Blue Ridge Mountains, the multi-tiered deck of Ron and Jane Bladon’s mountain house allows them to entertain friends and family outdoors with a breathtaking view and comfortable seating.
An Area to Stay Dry
Since their country house is meant for rest and relaxation, the Bladons opted for outdoor furniture that doesn’t require maintenance. All of the woven pieces are made from resin and simply require hosing off for proper cleaning.
Barn Red Throws
When choosing the best accent color for the outdoor spaces, the homeowners stuck with barn red because of how well it coordinates with the reddish tint of the pine beams.
For an open and airy experience, the dining deck is uncovered and nestled between deciduous trees. The trees add shade in the spring and summer, and also allow a perfectly unobstructed view during the fall and winter months when the trees lose their leaves.