Two Tone Deck Refinishing

Here are some our examples of Denver’s most popular color combinations for two-tone deck refinishing.  If you haven’t read our blog on our two-tone look, please check it out here: Our Famous Two-Tone Look

The vertical surfaces, which may include: railing spindles, fascia, and stair stringers are stained a solid color.  The horizontal surfaces, which may include: the floor, bench seats, and railing hand caps are stained a semi-transparent color from Boodge.

Feel free to mix and match any of the Solid color Cabot stains, and the semi-transparent Boodge stains. All of these colors go well together, except white railings should stay white. For example, you can choose the Oak Brown for your rails, and the Dark Cedar for the floor.

Semi-Transparent Redwood and Solid Color Oak Brown

These two natural browns have a hint of red and compliment each other very well.

Semi-Transparent Dark Cedar and Solid Color Bark

This is a great option if you want a neutral brown look with no visible red tones.

Semi-Transparent Dark Cedar and Solid Color Burnt Hickory

We love the contrast between the solid dark grey and the semi-transparent Dark Cedar.

Semi-Transparent Boodge and Solid Color White

If you already have white railings, it’s always more cost-efficient to remain white.

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