World of Gazebos

If you’re looking for a way to increase the attractiveness and potential of your garden, but don’t want to spend too much money on expensive extensions or redesigns, why not consider a garden gazebo?

These open-sided, covered structures are familiar to anyone who’s seen a bandstand, and they are available in all shapes and sizes, from economical canopy gazebos to more expensive but still cost effective patio gazebos, which effectively extend the house but at a fraction of the cost of a proper extension.

Gazebos of course come into their own during the summer months, when you may be organising drinks or barbecues but don’t want to have everyone stuck indoors or lolling about aimlessly in the garden. Collect them out there in a gazebo and you’re practically guaranteed a great afternoon, as a garden gazebo without a few decibels of laughter and shouting is like an omelette without the eggs, a contradiction in terms.

For the kids in the long summer holidays you could set up a cheap canopy gazebo to protect them from too much sun and provide a focus for fun and games, or a hot tub gazebo incorporating a covered pool if you want a really fun day.

But apart from entertainment and protection from the weather, good or bad, a garden gazebo can simply provide a natural and attractive focus for the garden. A wrought-iron gazebo positioned at the end of a short pathway can round the garden off as well as being a pleasant arbour to sit and relax in.

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