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    May 2013
    Miami, FL

    Need Style Ideas..

    Have a pool deck with all red brick tiles (not pavers) and raised brick coping...1960's style. The grout on the deck is looking old and there are plenty of cracks through the tiles; but the coping looks fine. I'd like to replace the pool deck but leave the coping alone. Anyone know what type of deck/color would match with red brick coping? Dont really have a creative visionary mind
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    Jun 2012
    DFW, Texas

    Re: Need Style Ideas..


    Welcome to TFP

    This is really a matter of personal preference, but here's my $0.02...

    If your brick coping is reddish/maroon, I would go with a contrasting color for the deck such as an almond color or similar light color. This will also keep the deck surface somewhat cooler so it's a bit easier to walk on when the midday South Florida sun is shining on it.
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