Setting up a garden gazebo will provide a fantastic accent to your garden.You only have to imagine the walk through all the other beautiful features in your garden ending in a restful sheltered spot under the gazebo.You can take comfort in the shade whilst inside it, and looking from a distance will be able to marvel at the architectural beauty that it provides amongst the wildlife.Whether your garden is small or large, modern or traditional, there are gazebos to suit all surroundings.
Choose the type of material first of all, common materials are wood, metal and vinyl.Wood, be it pine, redwood or cedar wood are all popular in the world of garden gazebos, any of these woods will look beautiful alongside natural plants.If your garden has a lot of evergreen trees, then pine is probably the right choice for you, it will fit in perfectly and will start to turn a rich yellow as it matures.Cedar wood is super hard wearing, so will hold up in all climates, it doesn’t rot and will age to a lovely silver colour.Redwood, from America is the most hardwearing of all, and has a very dark colour to it.These are the three most common woods although there are some others on the market.
You are most likely to find metal gazebos in cast aluminium, steel or wrought iron.Go with steel and wrought iron if you want your garden gazebo to add a lovely dark and long lasting effect.Many metal gazebos have open roofs so you will need to add in plants to provide shade, this is great for keen gardeners as you can manufacture the shade to change with the seasons.Vinyl usually comes in black or white.As with metal or wood gazebos these come in all sorts of different shapes and sizes.Get trellis walls for a cottage feeling.
Enclosed walls will protect you from the weather outside so consider these if you live in a harsh climate.You can choose between being partially enclosed with simple partitions and removable walls or completely locked in with solid walls with windows.
Whatever type of garden you are looking to expand, be it a large corporate one or a smaller household garden a garden gazebo will add extra depth and provide a relaxing area for meditation, socializing, or simply enjoying the outdoors.