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28 September 2018
If you are looking at a way of giving your garden the wow-factor, whilst also creating a useful, usable space, then look no further than a garden gazebo. These gorgeous structures offer a fabulous focal point for your outdoor space, as well as providing a whole host of other practicalities.
As much as we may hate it, the British summer is synonymous with rain, and most likely, on the day you have invited all the neighbours over for a BBQ. A gazebo summerhouse allows you to entertain all summer long, come rain or shine, offering you complete protection regardless of the weather forecast.
The space under your gazebo can be turned into anything. One day it could be an extra playroom for your children and the next it can be converted into an al fresco dining space for a summer soiree. Let your imagination run wild!
Traditional gazebos generally offer an open wall structure, with a sheltered roof. However, you can opt for the sides of your gazebo to be lattice for extra privacy. This creates a protective, secret, cosy hide away, giving you a tranquil space in your gorgeous garden to get away from it all.
As if we need an excuse to socialise during the summer, but a gazebo summerhouse gives you one more reason. Enjoy a cool glass of rose or a cup of tea and cake with friends in your sheltered seating area, taking in the beauty and serenity of your surrounding garden.
A beautifully designed gazebo creates a stunning feature in your garden. You can add extras to make it stand out even more, such as winding vines, foliage or fairy lights on the outside and stylish garden furniture and lanterns on the inside, creating a gazebo fit for the front cover of Homes & Gardens.
If this blog has piqued your interest in garden buildings and you are desperate to get your hands on one before the summer is over, then look no further than our gorgeous selection of gazebos in a range of materials and styles. For more information, contact our friendly and professional team today.
Posted by Matt Jordan