Modern Pergola Designs Gallery and Notes | Home Tree Atlas

Modern Pergola Designs Gallery and Notes

Here are some design notes when it comes to modern pergola designs. The most common pergola design is to have decorative and somewhat rounded ends on the beam. The easiest way of creating a more modern pergola is to do away with the decorative ends.

Would like to add a pergola onto the back of our home for some shade. I like the idea of having some type of retractable material to give even more shade in the heat of summer when needed

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This large pergola has enough space for a large outdoor lounge and dining area.

This large pergola has enough space for a large outdoor lounge and dining area. Add a pretty water feature and it's perfection!

like the half shell container, but different plants, in river rock bed

I like the decking - Australian House & Garden gardening feature on the best plants for your poolside garden.

beach house in Onemana, New Zealand - a student project for 16 third-year architectural students, known collectively as Studio 19, at Unitec, overseen by Dave Strachan of Strachan Group Architects and Marshall Cook of Cook Sargisson & Pirie #patio #wood

A Compact Prefab Vacation Home A New Zealand family taps into the creative capital of architecture students to make their dream home a reality. The topography proved challenging so the designers elevated the house on piers. Photo by Simon Devitt.

The Lancaster - the Abode Collection. This regal abode awaits you with its effortless style and executive features. Immerse yourself in elegant living. #weeksbuilding #home #house #facade #design

The Lancaster - the Abode Collection. This regal abode awaits you with its effortless style and executive features. Immerse yourself in elegant living.

Modern, Industrial detailing, cantilever suggestion of styling. Consider these styling items for carport project .http://appsforbuilders.com/

A Compact Prefab Vacation Home A New Zealand family taps into the creative capital of architecture students to make their dream home a reality. The topography proved challenging so the designers elevated the house on piers. Photo by Simon Devitt.

Mandalay 338, Our Designs, Sydney - North (Brookvale) Builder, GJ Gardner Homes Sydney - North (Brookvale)

Mandalay 224 - Element, Our Designs, Cairns Builder, GJ Gardner Homes Cairns

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