The Deck That's High
Sarah and James have a really crappy deck. It’s the one that came with their new house. And it’s useless. In this episode Paul and the crew build an unbelievably gorgeous, elevated deck. They battle the rain, the heat, the friendly gnome… and they win. Sarah’s new deck – and her cozy...
Decked Out is an outdoor construction show that follows charismatic designer/carpenter Paul Lafrance through the process of creating backyard decks with a “creative edge” for his roster of clients. It is an entertaining, funny, irreverent show for the viewer who is fascinated with, or even mildly interested in, watching (and learning about) the creative process of designing and building impressively intricate outdoor decks and beautiful backyard spaces. Each show follows, from concept to completion, the story of a backyard makeover with a focus on the construction of the unique deck project.
The central character throughout the series is Paul Lafrance, a 38-year-old carpenter and designer who runs his own small, successful boutique construction company. What's compelling about Paul's personal story is that he did this without any formal training, he learned carpentry and design all by himself. He's a good-looking, well-spoken rock-star-like dude with a bit of an edge – while at the same time being very personable and charismatic. Paul's creative edge and energy is visible in every episode and is an integral element of Decked Out's identifiable tone.
Paul takes a pie shape yard and creates a triangle-shaped deck.
Geeta and Taran want their boring backyard to feel as if they’re back in Trinidad.
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