style Pergola ... needs closer spacing of cross timbers to give more shade from sun
how a pergola can seamlessly extend a home's living space. The structure is stained in the same color as the trim on the house's exterior, which creates a nice flow from the inside of the home to the patio.
designed a pergola as an architectural focal point to the front of the home. A new stone façade with built in flower boxes was included to further increase the curb appeal. We used stamped concrete on the porch and swooping sidewalk that gives off the appearance of natural stone to compliment the new façade
façade. The pergola posts were painted to match the trim on the home. New landscaping added the final touch to this magnificent renovation.
The project’s goal was achieved by listening to our clients, creative use of space, and attention to detail.
Photos Courtesy of Patrick Meehan
pergola extended to tie in with entry wall
pergola idea off the existing wall
pergola - could curve over existing front entry concrete
We have a deep navy blue trim on the house, so this makes me think we could do the same color for the pergola. Perhaps.
for your pergola, think beyond natural or stained wood. Here, a deep green hue helps the structure blend into the natural environment while creating a dramatic contrast against the patio's white tones.
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