Whether you’re putting a pergola for a source of shade or an architectural structure for your garden. Here are some pergola adaptations that work best with one’s home.
If you have a deck in your outdoors, smoothen the transition for one’s eye by installing a pergola to blur the boundary of your home’s exterior. Instead of installing a solid roofline and making your deck feel enclosed, give it a refreshing take by using a pergola that seamlessly meshes the indoors and outdoors.
Outdoor rooms may cost more and look stuffy with concrete walls and all. But by installing a pergola allows for optional walls like trellises make for a charming and idyllic outdoor room without the stuffiness.
Deck the Walls
While most homes’ exteriors are only comprised with well-painted walls, putting simplified pergolas. Adorning it with climbing flowering plants creates interest to an otherwise boring façade.
While pergolas are usually designed as a standing structure with a horizontal orientation, there are also hybrid pergolas which are fashioned like an arbor. Whether as an archway or a whimsy take on the standard pergola structure, play a little with your pergola design and put an intriguing twist on it.
Pergola as a Conduit Structure
If installed as a freestanding structure, a pergola act as a pathway cover from one point of your garden to another. Keep the idyllic ambiance in continuity by providing a lovely canopy for your pathway.
With these ideas, we hope we’ve inspired you into looking at pergolas as versatile structures. From window accents to pathway covers, a pergola will definitely do wonders for your home. If you need further expert advice on where and how to install a pergola in your home, contact us today and get a free home estimate!