Enclosed Gazebo Models. Multifunctional Spaces for All Seasons
A gazebo is a great facility to build in your garden for multiple purposes. You can enjoy family meals, barbeques with friends or simply take refuge there for reading or studying. Having it screened offers you the possibility to use it all year round, more privacy and also protection against mosquitos or other insects. You can choose a simple or more elaborate structure, considering your home’s architecture, and the interior design possibilities are limitless, to suit your needs for the space. Here are some lovely enclosed gazebo models to inspire you.
Ordering ready-to-construct gazebo kits from a catalog can be an easy option-but beware of gazebo plans that aren’t do-it-yourself-friendly. Surrounded by a lush garden, this mail-order gazebo transforms a deck into an all-day summer destination. Groundcover plants, hostas, and statuary establish a pleasing, comforting atmosphere around the gazebo.
Enclosed gazebo models. Setting
Create an easy-to-follow pathway to your gazebo that can be used day and night. Following a trail of brightly colored flowers by day and low-voltage path lighting by night leads you to this ridgetop gazebo with a view of a swimming pool on one side and a pond on the other.
Enclosed gazebo models. Dimensions
A gazebo built for entertaining should span at least 10 feet and should provide at least 75 inches of headroom. This screen gazebo also features overhead lighting for evening dining and potted plants that bring the garden inside.
Enclosed gazebo models. Design
Add dramatic, stylish elements to your gazebo to make a design statement as you would indoors. This charming structure blends the classic gazebo shape with features that suggest a centuries-old English conservatory. The additional protection afforded by French doors and windows allows the gazebo to be furnished much as an interior space would be.
Surrounded by flowers and creeping vines, this small gazebo is like a little treasure in a secret garden. It is fully enclosed with light gray French doors with clear glass, and is roofed with asphalt shingles, making it look like a tiny house or a little greenhouse in the middle of the garden.
Enclosed gazebo models. Other design ideas for the outside and inside
Credits: bhg.com, designingidea.com, houzz.com