Garden Structures - Pergolas and Gazebos

Back

There are as many uses for a pergola or gazebo in your garden as you care to dream up!

Pergolas are generally accepted as being made up of timber uprights supporting horizontal cross beams.  These lend themselves to being entwined with climbing plants, draped with vines and festooned with hanging baskets. Having a pergola in your garden can help divide a large space or help create the feeling of extra space in a small garden by not having a solid edge. It can link two parts of the garden, provide a sheltered walkway to a seating area and of course prove to be a great focal point (as shown in the photo), or feature.

In order to provide extra usable, sheltered space the pergola can be built to butt up against your house or other garden structures.

Gazebos are generally defined as free standing structures with roofs that are open on all sides. The bespoke nature of Sandstone’s design and manufacture allows for our FSC timber gazebos to provide shelter for outdoor kitchens, barbeques or maybe even your hot tub. With roofs of cedar shingles, clay tiles or lead, you can be assured of a dry seating area overlooking your favourite spot in the garden or your fantastic view.


Pergolas and Gazebos
Pergolas and Gazebos
 
Pergolas and Gazebos
Pergolas and Gazebos
   
Pergolas and Gazebos