By Babette Faucheux. Pergola Design. Published at Monday, February 11th, 2019 - 00:02:25 AM.
For this casual, summery look, you can use locally-sourced materials for an eco-friendly touch. The dual pergola-porch area is paved with gray stones. Stone steps add an intriguing, warm color contrast. The white, wooden roof of the pergola extends out from the house to two pillars that combine wood and gray stone to unify the look.
This awning style pergola creates a dramatic statement above your garage door. Unlike most pergolas, it does not have support columns that reach the ground. Instead, this pergola attaches to the garage wall. Vines growing on both sides of the door fill in where the supports would be, suggesting the presence of the support posts.
This rooftop pergola is attached to the sides of a planter and shades a bench with its slats and with fabric stretched between its supports. Vines climb the supports, and small plants grow in the planter. Other plants, a water feature, and a meditation area are included in the surrounding space.
Pergolas are exquisite, they beautify the garden, and everybody would love to have them in their garden. They can be built in a number of ways. Either as an extension of the house or as a separate structure, pergolas are just lovely in whatever form they are built. And you can even follow a DIY Pergola plan to create your own. When they are detached from the house, they serve as a lovely ornament in the center of the garden, and a covered pergola can also serve as a shade from the sun.
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