Do you have a gazebo on your property?
If so, did you build it yourself, hire someone else to build it, or have a ready made one delivered to your property?
No, I do not, but I would love to have one here where we live now, as it would just be so perfect on this property. I have always loved gazebos.
We have a gazebo near our pool. It was here when we bought the house. The previous owners built it themselves.
No, though I would love to get one someday. I would need to wait for the kids to get a little older. They are pretty hard on stuff at these ages.
Great question....No but my son-in-law has that next on his list of things to make for me. He is such a gifted carepenter.
. I am so excited..I can hardly wait. There is something so enchanting aobut them.
No. But, it is something I envision putting on my retirement property that is currently in slow development. I'm thinking I want it to be ready made and delivered to the property. My husband, of course wants to build it from scratch. We shall see.
Gazebos are so nice! We don't have a permanent structure but rather a H/D metal frame w/ a tiered fabric top and curtained sides. We use it as an outdoor room and watch movies on summer nights. We assembled it ourselves and can put the curtained sides away as the weather gets nasty.
Wow. That sounds like an inexpensive, practical and pretty alternative to a permanent gazebo. Thanks for sharing.
I'll do ya one better. Same thing at my house. Lost the fabric top. Planted wisteria around four corners and it totally filled in with a bit of coersion. Spectacular! Get tons of compliments on my masterpiece of a sitting area. Put lights all over.
Hi Rutley, That sounds beautiful! Great tip! We had to order a replacement canopy after 3 years. Our seating area in the far back of our yard is too near an avocado tree, and tt sheds leaves constantly. I may use your idea when we move. Thanks.
Thanks for contributing another cool idea. Have you done a hub about your Wisteria covered gazebo? It really does sound spectacular.
Yes, in the apartment complex and it's completely useless...other than something around which the lawn mower has to drive.
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