By Adalie Arnold. Pergola Ideas. Published at Saturday, November 24th, 2018 - 11:47:57 AM.
Many of these styles can be found in a variety of materials, although wood is still by far the most popular. For example, a cottage garden design might be made from rustic poles, intricate wrought iron, or brick pillars – depending on the desired effect.
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.
Have fun doing a bit of research, and then choose a style that will be a joy to look at for many years to come. Whether you build it yourself, or buy a kit, there will always be a pergola design to suit every garden.
This can be achieved in several ways and doesn’t necessarily involve more than one person! A walkway pergola or a swinging arbour might be just the job, with plenty of fragrant and beautiful plants to give your garden a wonderfully romantic feel. For a more intimate romantic setting, look at the ideas in the socializing section, applying them a little differently: for instance, calming colours, stronger smelling climbing plants or even incense, soft and luxurious furnishings, warmth and subdued lighting – all to heighten the senses.
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