46+ Amazing and Best pergola patio Design ideas in This Year
What used to be called a patio roof is now commonly known as a pergola
protects from the sun, rain and wind while expanding the living space of your home. A large architectural structure, the pergolas are made up of beams, beams and poles and can be attached or detached in a house. While opinions vary on what sets it apart from a gazebo, generally a gazebo is independent and has a pitched roof, while the roof of a pergola is flat. The terms pergola and pergola are often used interchangeably, but a pergola is more a structure used to support vines or to direct pedestrian traffic in a garden.
If you have a patio or terrace, a rooftop structure will extend the time you spend outside to receive guests or relax. With the growing popularity of outdoor living spaces, this can increase the value of a home. Before embarking on a pergola project, consider the following:
After completing the interior renovations of this charming 1920s home in the northern suburbs of Chicago, the Sweet Peas Design team added a limestone patio sheltered by a natural cedar pergola topped with reclaimed barn wood. The pergola is anchored and defines a curved patio and a rear entrance while providing architectural interest, consistency and weight. Natural cedar, which will turn gray over time, is a rustic addition to the old bricks of this nearly 100-year-old house, while barn wood echoes in the shutters of the canopy.