Located on Commercial Street in Provincetown, Massachusetts, the deck on the sea level is the largest of the three on this beach house. The original roof was replaced, but it still looks the same. The back of the house was extended toward the beach, and new composite decking was added to the extension. The roof overhang on the front and sides of the house was replicated in the new design on the rear of the home.
This deck off the great room was designed for maximum durability and minimum maintenance with a high-wind and saltwater environment in mind. The wire cable rail by Feeney Architectural Products has bolts as end caps to hold the wire. PVC trim is hard wearing and low maintenance.
This could be a photo shoot location for Seaside Casual Furniture which is possibly the highest quality recycled polymer available. That is “Brazilla” from Zuri Decking–a very high quality PVC lumber and a great match for Seaside Furniture. Love the painted white and dark wood contrast! Looks very polished and clean, like a resort. The cable railing is a great idea since they don’t obstruct views. I also like the way the upper deck juts out further than the deck above; it would be great to hang out on rain or shine.