By Nanette Travert. Pergola Design. Published at Tuesday, February 12th, 2019 - 00:13:16 AM.
This unique pergola incorporates a living tree into its structure. The stone wall is built around the tree so that its trunk and one branch appear to break through the wall. The trunk and other branches support the pergola’s roof. A wood plank table, tree trunk stools, stoneware place settings, and wildflowers provide the perfect accents.
The perfect complement for this airy aerie pergola is the light feeling of swinging on a swing. The woven seat of the swing is tasseled. Heavy ropes attach the seat to the pergola’s roof, and throw pillows add a different texture and pattern, muted color, and a casual feel. Billowing tiebacks add to the feeling of lightness, freedom, and flight.
While ancient in concept, the pergola has been experiencing a bit of a modern renaissance these days. A stylish outdoor shelter with no walls (or otherwise built as a singular addition to one’s house), a pergola is a breezy way to take some shade during warmer, sunnier seasons. There are a multitude of pergola ideas to choose from, depending on your tastes and lifestyle. Table settings, chaise lounges, and even wet bars can be implemented into a pergola, while many also opt to add latticework and planter boxes to encourage blooming flora & fauna.
Relax in a country cottage garden under this thatch-roofed pergola. It offers seating to suit everyone. A bench sits on one side of a coffee table, balanced informally by a metal chair and an arrangement of potted plants. Someone could even take a nap in the hammock swinging between the pergola’s supports.
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