Design Inspiration

DesignBoard Composite Decking Inspiration

If you’re in need of a muse for your next composite decking project, then head over to the Inspiration Gallery on the new DesignBoard website. Here, you’ll find stirring images of completed projects that have incorporated DesignBoard composite decking.

What will you find?

DesignBoard Composite Decking Inspiration

The Greenfingers Charity Garden, by Kate Gould made the most of a mixed palette of hard landscaping materials.

The Inspiration Gallery features images from the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2019. The Greenfingers Charity Garden, designed and built by Kate Gould won a Silver Gilt medal. This scheme incorporated Greenwich DesignBoard composite decking alongside London Stone’s Florence Grey Porcelain and Hydra Argen DesignClad. The green hues of this decking beautifully complement’s the tranquil green planting.

If you are looking to include a focal point that centres around a fire pit or fire bowl look no further. Creative Roots have used Luna DesignBoard composite decking to make a circular feature that centres a fire bowl. Whilst Lifestyle Gardens have made a cosy space that surrounds the fire bowl for those cold evenings.

DesignBoard Composite Decking Inspiration

Hill-Wood & Co.’s scheme incorporates two types of composite decking, whilst maintaining an understated feel.

Why not blend two different colours from the DesignBoard composite decking range. If you are looking for ideas on which colours to combine Hill-Wood & Co. have demonstrated how well Mocha & Cinnamon DesignBoard complement each other.

DesignBoard composite decking is extremely versatile. It works exceptionally well with a wide range of materials, from Clay Pavers to Porcelain. Whatever your next project includes you’ll find images to get your creative juices flowing.

For vertical solutions why not integrate DesignBoard Cladding for a stunning result? The sky’s the limit with DesignBoard Cladding. Keyscape and Martyn Wilson used Charcoal DesignBoard Cladding for the impressive backdrop to the log burner in their BBCGWL scheme from 2018. If you are looking to create a project that seamlessly transitions from the horizontal to vertical look to Landform Consultants. In this project , Catherine MacDonald used Greenwich Design Board to create a consistent floor to wall design.

How to incorporate DesignBoard into a project?

DesignBoard composite decking is hard-wearing, low maintenance and slip resistant. These properties make is ideal for poolside projects. Take a look at how Cinnamon DesignBoard has been used to produce a luxurious poolside feel.

DesignBoard Composite Decking Inspiration

DesignBoard Traditional and London Stone’s bespoke cut porcelain from Anne Keenan give the perfect textural and aesthetic combination.

Create uniform straight lines or visually impressive schemes with composite decking. DesignBoard decking has been used is lifestyle schemes as well as show-stopping projects for Flower Shows. You’ll find beautiful examples of these in the Inspiration Gallery.

Whether you are using DesignBoard composite decking in a commercial or domestic setting you will find breath-taking imagery that will provoke your creativity.

Need more inspiration?

If that’s not enough inspiration for you, why not head over to our distributer, London Stone’s Houzz profile and view the DesignBoard Ideabook? Here you can find even more exciting images. Houzz is a place to browse and save beautiful imagery to help you create boards for your projects. It’s a perfect platform for architects, designers or contractors.