By Darchelle Lebeau. Pergola Design. Published at Thursday, February 14th, 2019 - 00:24:00 AM.
This dining area is tied to its Big Sur location by its materials. A stone wall and columns support the logs and wood of the pergola roof. The roof, in turn, serves as a trellis for a grapevine. The sturdy plank table is surrounded by chairs that reflect the staves and hoops of the wine barrel planters.
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.
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.
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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