Published by Shelley Olsen, Tuesday, December 08th 2015
Having a gazebo in your yard will give you the sensation of enjoying nature. Gazebo is the place where we can hangout and chat to other people in comfortable way. We can make our gazebo in rectangular or octagonal gazebo plans. The reason why it is comfortable is that it is built with a roof in the top. Thus, we can enjoy in outside place in sunny days or rainy days. Not to mention that some gazebo include screen in their wall to prevent insects. Wooden gazebo plans would be the best idea to beautify your yard.
Gazebo is commonly made of either vinyl or wooden. People use vinyl as they need less maintenance. However, they lack in variations and color. Moreover, wooden gazebo plans will be look more authentic than the vinyl one. Wooden gazebo can be painted in oil-based stain to make classy yet traditional touch. You only need regular maintenance when you decide to build wooden gazebo.
The smallest wooden gazebo plans has the measure 12”x12”. This gazebo can be used by six people in maximum although four people will be more convenient. To build gazebo plans, you need to consider what kind of wood that you may use. Cedar and redwood can be used as they can be painted or left unfinished to show the natural looks. If you have a superb carpenter skill, you can make your own gazebo. It will cost less than asking the carpenter to build which can cost you at $500.
Add the finishing touch in your wooden gazebo plans. Screened gazebo helps you dealing with little animals and prevents the sunlight or rain enters your gazebo. You can also decide what kind of roof that you want to have, whether it is hard top or soft top (canopy), and whether it is single level roof or double roof. However, the more you prettify your gazebo the more cost you will need to realize your dream gazebo. See also outdoor patio ideas with fire pit design ideas.
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