You slide open the door to your backyard and see nothing but flat land and rows of grass. You wonder what you could do with this space, what incredible parties and barbecues you could have with friends and family should you actually have the materials to entertain with.
The only thing that keeps you behind that sliding glass door, wondering about what you could do versus actually doing it, is fear. Fear that any tampering with that backyard space could leave it in way worse shape than it was originally. You’re suffering from the ultimate landscaper’s dilemma, and this is completely normal.
If you want to spend more time outdoors, it doesn’t take a master craftsman to build a space you can all enjoy together. Even though you may not be the kind of person who can just toss a blanket across the grass and take in the summer sun, you certainly are able to enjoy the outdoors if you have the right furniture and atmosphere. No place promises a better atmosphere or a better place to put outdoor furniture, than a garden gazebo.
Gazebos often remain in many minds as places for romantic engagements, such as that wedding gazebo you saw at your friend’s wedding once. Even though the inspire notions of fantasy and romance, the gazebo itself is actually a fairly simple structure. It’s basically an outdoor room with no walls or half walls, and a roof that keeps out the rain and other weather-based intrusions. Often shaped in octagonal patterns, gazebos can really be any shape and style you desire.
Gazebos are the perfect settings for barbecues and small parties, as they are a great place to put outdoor furniture. You can either move patio furniture over to the gazebo, or you can pick out pieces particularly selected for placement in your gazebo.