Millboard garden decking in Berkhamsted

Millboard decking in Berkhamsted

We designed and built a Millboard decking in Berkhamsted in the rear garden to conjoin two new garden rooms. Millboard Enhanced Grain smooth finished decking that replicated real wood was used in contrasting colours. 

Karl Harrison designs decking projects in many materials, all shapes and every size. He is based in Amersham, Buckinghamshire and works for anyone serious about decking.

Designing a deck in Berkhamsted

The private client had already commissioned Bakers Garden Rooms to design and build two new garden rooms in their garden. One as a classroom and functional garden room whilst the other houses a swim spa. The elevations were close to 500mm from the existing patio to the finished floor level of the proposed garden rooms. It was Karl’s job to design a terrace that brought these rooms together.

Three small planting areas were allowed in the scheme, all with subtle lighting and essential irrigation.

Garden kitchen on your composite deck

The client was fascinated by the kitchens from Grillo. The chic colouring mixed with the natural iroko trim. The modern design and function of each element gave the client no choice but to, quite simply, have everything… well almost.

Lighting up the decking

The garden rooms are equipped with muti function lighting, both inside and out. There is no real need for any more lighting. A simple command and the exterior changes from no lighting to a mesmerising blue, or red; in fact, any colour.

Last minute additions

The client decided that the addition of swag lighting, sufficient to say “PARTY” was requested. This led to the huge oak timbers that created a visible conclusion to the decking terrace. A Grillo Anvil cooking oven to entertain the lawn side of the garden, you know, for the occasional sirloin 🙂

Design Millboard garden decking in Berkhamsted

Karl Harrison has been designing and building garden decks since 2003. He works in an array of materials such as Millboard, Trex, Accoya and Kebony. He designs to a struct code of practice based on EC5 and BS5268-7.1. He only used the best materials to include fixings from Carpenters Mate.

Contact Karl here