Pergola. Wednesday , January 10th , 2018 - 19:20:15 PM
The pergola can be designed in a traditional manner, or you can get a little creative and make it fit your specific needs and the design of your particular garden. You are truly only limited here by your creativity and your wallet, although most people tend to opt for the more traditional styling so that they do not detract from either the beauty of the garden or the subtle charm of the pergola.
A pergola can be thought of as a type of gazebo which is mainly for plants. And many times, you will find a pergola used as a building extension. For this application, it is often designed as a form of protection over a terrace or other open area, or simply used as a way to link the space between a few buildings or pavilions.
Gazebos: The most remote corner or part of the garden is normally used to build a gazebo. In past gazebos were meant to be used in large gardens as a place to sit and enjoy the distant prospects and other parts of the countryside. Generally, gazebo is a place to enjoy the evening or afternoon sunshine. In many occasions, gazebo is raised to certain height to create an impact of seclusion or independence. It can be hexagonal, octagonal or even round with a paved flooring. The roof of the gazebo is usually made higher than usual, i.e. 2.1 m (7 feet) high or even higher, as they have to support the climbing plants. There is no adequate reason that you don’t include gazebo in your small garden. Using gazebo in small garden is of equal importance as in large gardens. You can pose it in the small garden to have a magnificent, distant view.
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