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Traditional Terrace Ideas and Designs

Chelsea family home
Chelsea family home
Turner Pocock
Photo of a traditional terrace in London with no cover.
AZEK Deck Acacia and AZEK Deck Kona
AZEK Deck Acacia and AZEK Deck Kona
TimberTech
Low maintenance, stain- and scratch-resistant AZEK Deck carries a limited lifetime warranty and is designed to last beautifully. Available in 17 colors and several grain textures, AZEK Deck has a color to complement any housing exterior. Shown here is AZEK Deck in Acacia with AZEK Deck in Kona used as a border. Offering easy living at its finest, AZEK Deck lets you enhance your backyard experience. With superior workability, AZEK Deck is perfect to create complete outdoor spaces with built-in benches, planters, and even works great around hot tubs and pools.
Getting all decked out. The latest in decking materials.
Getting all decked out. The latest in decking materials.
Southern Supply
Duralife Siesta Decking, Golden Teak
This is an example of a large classic back terrace in Other with an outdoor kitchen and no cover.
NW Backyard Blues # 1
NW Backyard Blues # 1
EB Architecture + Design
the finished new deck and outdoor space.
Photo of a traditional terrace in Portland with fencing.
Green Lake Classic Craftsman
Green Lake Classic Craftsman
RW Anderson Homes
Traditional craftsman home with covered back patio.
Design ideas for a medium sized classic back terrace in Seattle with a potted garden and a roof extension.
Woolloowin Residence
Woolloowin Residence
Highgate House
Photo of a traditional back terrace in Brisbane with a roof extension and a bar area.
Privacy Screens
Privacy Screens
Creative Fences & Decks
Inspiration for a medium sized classic back terrace in Portland with no cover.
Midtown Manhattan Rooftop Garden
Midtown Manhattan Rooftop Garden
New Eco Landscapes
Lori Cannava
Inspiration for a small traditional roof rooftop terrace in New York with a potted garden and an awning.
Contemporary Decked Garden
Contemporary Decked Garden
Pippa Schofield Garden Design
Pippa Schofield
This is an example of a small classic terrace in London with a potted garden.
Deck and Fence Painting
Deck and Fence Painting
Bear Mountain Custom Painting
Design ideas for a large traditional back terrace in Atlanta with no cover.
Trimmed to Perfection
Trimmed to Perfection
Anthony Wilder Design/Build, Inc.
Photography by Morgan Howarth
This is an example of a large traditional back terrace in DC Metro with a fire feature and a pergola.
Contemporary Decks
Contemporary Decks
Decks by Kiefer LLC
Elegant multi-level Ipe Deck features simple lines, built-in benches with an unobstructed view of terraced gardens and pool. (c) Decks by Kiefer ~ New jersey
Planting in Berkshire - 2015
Planting in Berkshire - 2015
Rebecca Smith Garden Design
Rebecca Smith
Inspiration for a classic back terrace in Dorset with a potted garden and no cover.
Decks and Stairs
Decks and Stairs
Ground FX Exterior Designs
Inspiration for a small traditional back terrace in Philadelphia with no cover.
Ipe Decking Spicer, MN
Ipe Decking Spicer, MN
Trinity Construction Services, LLC
This is an example of a large traditional back terrace in Minneapolis with no cover.
Fiberon Composite Decking
Fiberon Composite Decking
Fiberon Decking
photo courtesy of Clemens Jellema, Fine Decks, Inc. This covered outdoor living space is a true extension of the home. Not only is it wired for music, but the outdoor lighting allows you to entertain even after the sun goes down. The Fiberon composite deck overlooks a pool and landscaped grounds as well.
Outdoor Living Space
Outdoor Living Space
FOXY OXIE Studio
Inspiration for a traditional terrace in Birmingham with a pergola.
Decks
Decks
Room Additions Pro
Design ideas for a medium sized traditional back terrace in Denver with no cover.

Traditional Terrace Ideas and Designs

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