Stars of the small screen


Whether for decoration or privacy, these Outdeco screens will be the stars of the show

Outdeco’s modular screening offers good looks, longevity, and versatility. These photos of the 25m² courtyard installation in Dani and Dan’s backyard on Channel 9’s The Block show that Outdeco screens have a multitude of uses and suit gardens of myriad styles, shapes, and sizes.

Outdeco’s screens can be adapted to any purpose — think partitions, arbours, gateways, fencing, bench boxes, and pillar boxes. Also think decorative panelling to dress up or mask a dull garden wall, or screening to conceal a shed, water tank, or pool equipment.

Made in Australia from compressed hardwood board and available in six patterns, Outdeco screens can be easily framed or finished in a number of different ways. They can also be painted any colour you like, sealed with decking oil, or left to weather naturally, so no matter what the style or calibre of your project, there’ll be a finish and pattern to suit.

Incredibly durable, these cost-effective screens come with a 10-year warranty so you’re assured they will stand the test of time and remain resistant to rot and deterioration. One of the best things about this product is its easy installation: just cut to size and glue, screw, or nail into position. And it doesn’t matter what part of the design and construction process you’re up to, an Outdeco screen can be installed at any stage and is a great way to bring a new look to your garden.

There’s a variety of different patterns in the range so you can use one as a standalone panel or repeat the same pattern for a tiled effect. For a modern ambience at night the screens can be backlit; they can also be used as a creative shade solution.

Outdeco screens are made from waste materials so you know you’re installing an environmentally friendly product with a low-carbon footprint — one that is able to withstand Australia’s harsh climate conditions. You can buy a ready-to-ship screen from Outdeco’s standard range or, if you are a landscape professional, you can arrange for custom-designed screening.


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Originally from Outdoor Design & Living magazine, Volume 26

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