This was designed as a workshop so has many components;
The deck itself is raised so the fire table in the centre can be lit with room for the battery pack and switch under the deck.
I made lattice to hide the plain battery box and to give the bottom part a nice finishing touch.
There is steps to go up just not shown in the picture.
Then there is the pergola, the deck floor, which is laser scored in a nice wood design, has holes in the corners so the pergola fits in to make the whole project easy to pick up without anything getting knocked off.
The planters in the corners are layer with lattice showing to match the bottom. They are made to fit around the pergola supports.
Then of course there is the fire table in the centre, with the flashing LED's it looks super when turned on.
What are planters and a pergola without vines and flowers
The seating is enough for lots of friends and family to enjoy themselves, each comes with cushions for you to use your own fabric or graphics to cover.
A view from the other side
Again the steps are missing in the picture but...you can see where they would go.
You can also see the design detail in the corbels holding up the pergola supports from this angle.
There is a 3rd part of this ultimate deck workshop
The dining area: one of the pictures I lost was this one.
The picture shown was done by one of my students
Thing is the steps are also missing in this picture.
The floor of the deck is laser scored with a herringbone design and has railings all around so your guests do not fall off.
The kit includes 7 LEDs although the shades may differ from the ones shown.
Again underneath is a battery box with lattice pieces around to cover the plain box.
The full kit is $ 60.00