By Nanette Travert. Pergola Design. Published at Saturday, February 09th, 2019 - 19:29:48 PM.
The slanted slats on this pergola create more cool, relaxing shade for hot, summer afternoons. The wood of the pergola matches the wood around the exterior of the house as well as the wood used for the seating and tables. The grays used for the flooring, cushions, pillows, and tiles in the table top also echo each other.
The dark wood columns of this pergola suggest the dark wood entrance to a Victorian parlor. The blue and white tile flooring picks up the parlor idea and carries it into the outdoor living space, but the wicker furniture continues the garden feel. The blue and white pillows complete the setting, echoing the tile’s colors without repeating the pattern.
If you dream of being somewhere like Tahiti or Polynesia, sitting under this pergola will make you think that you’re already there. The arched roof of the pergola is covered with thatch. The open wicker furniture adds to the island feel, but to further the theme, add tropical plants like potted palms, bird of paradise, orchids, or plumeria.
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.
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