Garden structures can transform your garden space from pretty standard to truly unique.
Whether you’re looking for somewhere to enjoy a summer BBQ, a hideaway to read your favourite book or a decorative feature to section off your garden, you’ve come to the right place!
Gazebos allow you to create a covered area away from your home. They come in all different sizes and décor, but all of them allow you to do more with your garden area. Many of the expensive options include a raised floor of wood, and the simpler gazebo styles use your lawn as the floor.
Using a gazebo allows you to do anything you want to outside in the garden, without worrying about the heat of direct sunlight or the threat of rain. Before you buy a gazebo, you need to think about the size of your garden and how this will impact the size of the gazebo. Your budget is also a consideration; the good news is that there’s an option available for just about any budget!
Plastic garden fencing
Shelter your outdoor space, add a background feature or simply provide somewhere for your garden to grow with plastic garden fencing. Plastic fencing is not only designed to look good, but to protect your boundaries too. Plastic fencing comes in a variety of styles and colours to suit all spaces and design schemes.
Garden pods are a relatively new development in the world of garden structure ideas, and they come in a wide range of styles and designs. Essentially, a garden pod is an enclosed or semi-enclosed “room” that sits in your garden area, on a patio or next to a pergola or gazebo. They can be of all different shapes and sizes, from small cubes to large rectangles.
Garden pods provide fancy seating for a small group, complete with plush seats and a table, or they can provide almost all benefits of a full home. Depending on your budget, some garden pods can be fitted as out-buildings with desks, corner windows, lighting and more.
Arches are can be of all sizes and made from a range of materials and can be used in many different ways within your garden, as well. Arches make for an excellent addition to the entryway to your garden, particularly if you have a more formal garden. Combine an arch with hedgerows or willow fencing for an elegant design or go for iron arches with climbing vines for something with a Victorian-esque feel.