Building a new deck is a great way to enjoy the outdoors more and increase your home’s resale value. But before you can build a deck in your backyard, you have to choose a material and color to use.
When it comes to composite decking, there are many Trex deck colors you can choose from. But which one is right for you?
This quick guide will show you five bold color options that are available with Trex decking. Keep reading to learn more!
How Should You Choose the Color for Your New Deck?
Many choices go into any significant home improvement project, and color matching is sometimes difficult for homeowners to wrap their heads around.
As a simple rule of thumb, you want your deck to look like it was part of your home’s original construction. This means either matching or carefully contrasting the color of your home’s walls, roof, or trim.
Below, we’ll offer some suggestions for how the colors listed can complement the colors your home might feature already.
5 Bold Colors for Your Next Deck Project
Now you have a basic idea of how to choose your deck’s color. With that in mind, here are a few bold options to consider.
1. Lava Rock
Starting with probably the boldest color on our list, Lava Rock features a rich red wooden texture. It has reddish-black undertones and is designed to mimic beautiful redwood. Like all Trex deck surfaces, it has a realistic wood grain finish.
Lava Rock will compliment white walls or railing nicely. It also goes well with nature-inspired colors, such as slate grey, lush greens, and deep blues.
2. Havana Gold
Havana Gold is a lighter, warm brown wood color. It’s almost a deep yellow, combining honey and caramel tones for a bold finish that looks amazing next to the backyard greenery. Natural stone surfaces complement this color beautifully.
A rich red color similar to, but slightly lighter than, Lava Rock, Madeira boasts a gentle auburn hue that lacks Lava Rock’s stark undertones. Like Lava Rock, natural colors will compliment this wood grain color well.
4. Woodland Brown
More subdued than the other colors on this list but no less a bold choice, Woodland Brown is a very dark, ruddy brown color. Its amber hue will contrast nicely with bright whites and gentle greens alike.
5. Rope Swing
Rope Swing is a gentle yet bright wood color similar to pale sand. This light-colored material is sure to make any deck stand out, but it’s also subdued enough to fade into the background behind white railing or furniture and flowering shrubs.
Experience One of These Trex Deck Colors for Yourself
There are lots of Trex deck colors to choose from, and this guide only scratches the surface. But to really understand the beauty and quality of a Trex deck, you’ll have to experience it for yourself.
If one of these colors stands out to you, or you feel that composite decking would be a great addition to your backyard, Charlotte Decks and Porches is here to help. Get in touch today and tell us about your project.
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