By Eliane Raphael. Garden Patio. Published at Tuesday, May 01st, 2018 - 19:29:37 PM.
Ground-in dirt and barbecue stains can ruin your deck's appearance and ultimately cause degrading of the wood. Exposure to sun can cause wood to turn gray and exposure to moisture can create the perfect conditions for the growth of mold, mildew, moss and algae. All these conditions make it important to clean your deck thoroughly to remove the remnants of summer and get it ready for winter.
Every courtyard garden has a sense of enclosure. Four walls may actually be present, or they may be implied by a hedge or section of lattice blanketed with vines. Some courtyard walls have windows cut into them to frame neighboring views—and to give the space a feeling of openness. This is especially important in very small courtyards.
Stir a little outdoor magic by designing a courtyard garden. These secluded spaces create a cozy ambience perfect for Sunday brunch, curling up with a book or catching a few z’s on a comfy lounge chair. A courtyard garden embodies a sense of separation from the world otuside. The result is a secret garden that often becomes everyone’s favorite spot.
For best results, you should apply stain to a clean, dry deck. Using a synthetic brush or paint roller, apply even strokes following the grain of the wood. Start with the railing so you can clean up any drips before tackling the floor of the deck. Let the newly stained deck, or replaced board, dry for at least three hours or more before walking on it.
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