By Amold Schubert. Pergola Ideas. Published at Sunday, February 17th, 2019 - 19:30:34 PM.
Building a pergola is not difficult, but as with any home-improvement project, planning is essential. If you wish to construct a pergola but need some help coming up with pergola ideas there are places online that can help you. Usually the tools and skill required are no more than those needed for a weekend fence.
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.
I have enclosed my pergola with café blinds to keep out the wind on the cooler days and nights because I live in a temperate climate. I have to cater for all the seasons if I want to get the most use out of my deck that is possible.
A great deal depends on personal preference. Get ideas from several different sources – magazines, the internet, gardening books, other gardens – and try to visualise the overall look of your garden. Match the style and materials to the design of your existing garden, or your new design plan. A new plan can even be developed around a particularly stunning pergola, setting the feel of the entire area, much as the interior design of a room can be based around a piece of art work.
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