By Emeraude Thibault. Pergola Design. Published at Monday, January 21st, 2019 - 19:02:46 PM.
This eclectic pergola features a roof of thatch-topped logs in place of slats. The furnishings include a twig table, contemporary seating and vases, two well-used tables – a coffee table and a work table, a striped hallway runner, and two small mismatched rugs used as wall hangings that pick up the colors of the runner.
The rustic look of this pergola takes its style cues from the unfinished wood of summer vacation cabins. It provides a sheltered nook for an inviting conversation area. The woven textures add contrast and pattern while maintaining the neutral color scheme. The large cast iron lantern offers a striking and fitting focal point for the space.
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.
Pergolas incorporate beauty and function to your front or backyard. They are garden or yard structures that provide seating, shade, and comfort outside your home. A thoughtfully designed pergola will provide character to your outdoor space and define a separate area from the rest of the yard. There are different pergola design ideas to match your needs. A pergola can be a relaxing corner for tired gardeners, a cosy garden nook for readers, an outdoor dining area, or an installation to maximise your frontage appeal.
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