DesignBoard Composite Decking has one huge advantage over traditional wood.
Well, far more than one, but we’ll concentrate on this one for the moment. What is it? The colour options.
DesignBoard Charcoal – shown here at 2018’s BBC Gardener’s World Live – designed by Martyn Wilson, built by Keyscape Landscape Design & Construction
Look at the range available and you’d be hard pressed to achieve the same with wood stain and liming. The result is a broad and exciting freedom in design.
DesignBoard is available in a wide range of colours as standard: four warm shades, including DesignBoard Charcoal – which very much fits into the current trend for darker colours, inspired by Shou Sugi Ban, the Japanese art of charring wood to create smoky colours, and four cooler shades. If you’re looking to create a light-enhancing Scandi feel, DesignBoard Silver would be the first colour to look at, and Luna is right on the button for the current enthusiasm for grey composite decking.
DesignBoard Traditional – as seen on Elaine Portch’s gold medal-winning at RHS Malvern 2018
While the sleek lines and linear texturing of DesignBoard make it a shoo-in for ultra-modern and contemporary decking designs, we’re finding that many designers are choosing the oak-coloured DesignBoard Traditional, the milky-coffee tones of DesignBoard Mocha, and the honey shades of DesignBoard Amber to enhance spaces that demand a warmer, perhaps more traditional feel.
Anne Keenan shows that DesignBoard Mocha can make the perfect contrast against modern porcelain, supplied by London Stone
With bespoke colours also available, you can see why DesignBoard composite decking opens-up the possibilities for garden design in a way that hasn’t been possible before.
Contact us for more information or to request your free DesignBoard samples.