By Adalie Arnold. Pergola Ideas. Published at Thursday, January 31st, 2019 - 13:39:53 PM.
Another important design element that you can join in your pergola is intricate lattice designs on the top surface. You can have a word with your deck designer to know about the options that’ll go well with your landscape. Intricate lattice-work will not only lend a more aesthetic look to your pergola but also create more shade. You can also ask your contractor for suggestions on adding corner detailing to the pergola. This will help you create a pergola that will leave an indelible impression on everyone.
Height is desirable, too. A flat garden is restricted in the interest it gives, although height can be achieved through careful placement of trees and plants. A pergola, however, gives a permanent, solid anchor around which to base other design features such as patios, paths, water features and planting. And, of course, the use of climbing plants can be a huge bonus, adding both beauty and fragrance. Pergolas are inviting. We are drawn to them, whether it is to walk through them or relax under their canopy on a warm summer’s day.
Whether it is a DIY plan, or a kit you are after, it is important to get the pergola design right, for it to fit seamlessly within your garden. Let’s take a look at some of the options.
With such a huge range of styles available on the market today, it can be difficult to make the right choice for your garden. The design you choose will often be influenced by the material from which the structure is made.
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