Garden Gazebo Designs
Garden gazebo adds a complete touch to your garden. Well protected from the rest of the world, you can always sit here admiring your green kingdom. There is hardly a person who doesn't want to have a place in his garden securely protected from the scorching sun and cold wind, but at the same time surrounded by fresh greens and fragrant roses where one can read without interruption or just relax with friends, having a cup of tea.
What is the difference between a simple arbor and a gazebo? Both buildings are designed for temporary protection from bad weather, but the arbor is usually closed on several sides, while the design of gazebo offers a wide overview of the surrounding landscape.
Gazebo is an open summer house. The genius of invention of such buildings is that, on the one hand, they are protected from rain and direct sunlight, but on the other hand, they are open to light wind, fresh air and usually become favorite places of recreation. In addition, you can give them more natural and shading look by placing containers with flowers or vines there.
As for the material for the construction, you can use the bricks as the most durable and affordable. Gazebos can also be constructed of wood. In this case, they require regular maintenance: etching, painting and, perhaps even basic repairing. The shape of these structures can be extremely various: square, round, hexagonal, with two or more pitched roof, glazed or latticed. The most popular are the gazebo-style farmhouses. Sometimes the patio or the courtyards are built not before the house, but next to the gazebo. Gazebos are traditionally placed in the middle of the garden and built of wood, aluminum and even plastic.
Gazebos are designed to observe the surrounding nature, for quiet contemplation or protection from the weather. It can also be used to hide the shed, located behind it. Place the gazebos away from the barns and greenhouses and decorate them with curly vertical plants to make them unbelievably beautiful.