By Alvin Kühn. Pergola Ideas. Published at Wednesday, August 15th, 2018 - 12:18:38 PM.
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.
Pergola rafter tails don’t have to be elaborate, especially if the climbing plants are the focal point. A plain rafter tail is simply cut at an angle across the end. However, if you would like to create a more individual style, it will give your pergola a more elaborate and expensive look.
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.
What kind of a pergola do you want to have? Do you want a cover to your deck or patio, a new structure to house a hot tub, or possibly an arbor that will function as a gateway into your garden? Anything is possible with these types of versatile structures. It doesn’t matter whether you decide a simple style having wooden posts or perhaps a stylish structure with flipped posts, it is going to add height as well as interest to the area where you build it. Pergola designs vary from open roofs which are best for looking up at the stars to those with retractable canopies that keep out the elements. It’s no wonder they’ve become so popular!
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