By Nanette Travert. Pergola Design. Published at Tuesday, February 12th, 2019 - 00:13:45 AM.
If you’d like to sleep outside, day or night, this pergola creates the sheltered space you need. A thatched roof provides shade, and airy white tiebacks can be let down for privacy. For a magical space to enjoy the night, turn on the LED lights wrapped around the side and cross support at the front of the pergola.
Light the sidewalk from your driveway to your house with this sleek, contemporary, black pergola. Attach lights to the slats, and add a clear cover between them to provide shelter from the rain. Lighting fixtures in the planter and in the posts beside the driveway welcome guests with more light as they enter your home.
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.
Transplant yourself into the midst of a perfumed English garden with this airy pergola. The roof slats support a lattice with large openings while, as a backdrop, vines climb a trellis with smaller openings at the back. Adirondack chairs gather around a coffee table for conversation, tea, or a garden party.
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