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Pergola Designs

A pergola is garden feature that is more commonly known as an arbor. Architecturally speaking, it is a sort of a passageway comprising of cross beams and lattice, supported by pillars. A pergola is normally used to train vines and other clingers. Today, pergolas are often used as building extension for outdoor living.

  1. 332,708 Pergola Designs: A pergola could be used as a shaded sitting area, a passageway connecting structures, an outdoor living area or a trellis for growing vines. It can be free-standing or connected to the main house. It could be made of wood, concrete, stone. Finished in paint or stain, minimalist or in Victorian style, a pergola is a wonderful addition to any home. (
  2. 35,775 Pergolas and Patios: This website has more than 35,000 pergola designs that are perfect for a patio.  Made of wood or concrete, circular columns or square ones, the pergola designs on this website are highly attractive and functional. (
  3. Pergola Designs Pictures (photos): There are varied types of pergolas featured on this website.  A Tuscany pergola design is very attractive and has an air of the Italian countryside. The wooden beams are supported by Corinthian columns on which vines and creepers can be trained to climb.  There are also free-standing pergolas that can easily be installed anywhere in the backyard. (
  4. Traditional Wood Pergolas: This website offers custom-made pergolas that are made of wood. The standard sizes that are available are 10’x14’, 12’x16’, 12’x12’, 10’x10’, 8’x8’ and more.  The 5”X5” wooden posts, runners and lattice work are of superior quality, finished in cedar stain or canyon brown.(
  5. Five DIY Pergola Plans: The five pergola plans on this website are from the years 1921, 1926, 1933, 1939 and 2005. The old styled pergolas are quite interesting as they have numerous details that represent the years they were designed. Some modifications are needed though as some specifications (as in lead paint) are not safe to use. (
  6. How to Build a Pergola: It is a great idea to have a pergola as extension outdoor room or merely as a garden accent. Though there are plenty of companies for custom-made pergolas, it is also possible to build your very own. This website will go you through the step-by-step details on how to build a pergola. (
  7. Windsor Shade Shelter (Pdf): Then pergola design is for a free-standing pergola made of redwood. It is also possible to use wood specie that you prefer. The pergola design is more of a shade shelter for the patio or deck. Before you build the pergola, it is best to check with the local engineering office to see if a building permit is needed. (
  8. How to Build a Pergola: Simple Design: Free Plans: This website offers a free pergola design plan. You can opt for a DIY project or you can hire skilled workers to do the construction for you.  The pergola design will fit a 10’x10’ base.  You can adjust the base of the pergola by making adjustments on the length of the crossbeams. (
  9. Manufactures Pergola Kits: This site does not exactly sell pergola kits. On this website are the different types and styles of pergola kits that you can buy. The basic lists includes:  traditional pergola, corner pergola, Asian pergola, attached pergola, circular pergola, pergola shades and even gazebos. Make sure the area in which to build the pergola is big enough to accommodate the structure. (
  10. Site Preparation Guidelines: This website gives tips on how to prepare the site for the construction of pergolas. If the pergola is to be constructed on a patio, it is best not to anchor the support on the patio pavers. If the pergola is to be built on a deck, you have to make sure that the deck is durable enough for the additional structure. (

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  1. Cornelia Holland wrote:

    Are plans available for the white pergola featured in the “pergola designs” paragraph?

    Posted 11 Sep 2014 at 10:33 pm

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