A gazebo is an attractive addition to any garden; providing permanent shade and protection from the elements, it’s the perfect place to relax outdoors. This functional feature makes the ultimate multi-purpose outdoor room. They make great centrepieces for special occasions and are ideal for parties, picnics, and for sheltering hot tubs, bars, and BBQs.
Our gazebos come in two main construction types – wood and metal – and they both offer several benefits depending on how you plan to use yours.
Wooden gazebos are incredibly versatile and come in a variety of styles and constructions from lean-tos to pagodas. For roofs alone, there are several options to consider, such as wooden panels, cedar shingles, thatch, and more, and they each have their own aesthetic appeal. Thatch roofs have an especially high-end natural look, made with South African cape reed, making them a particularly popular choice.
Thatched gazebos by Lapa are a top-end choice, with solid timber posts and charming thatch or cedar roofs, and they make popular shelters for outdoor dining rooms, lounges, and hot tubs.
Metal gazebos are all freestanding with no floor, and their sleek construction creates a lot of open space that’s great for attracting a breeze on hot days. Palram gazebos are made with sturdy but light aluminium frames, and it’s best to secure them to a pre-finished base to give them stability throughout the year. You can easily fit curtains or netting along the solid polycarbonate roof for extra privacy or protection from the sun.
Create an outdoor room with a Forest Garden gazebo, with options for adding comfortable seating, privacy, and additional shade, and this range also includes a gazebo that works well as a bar and BBQ shelter.
Grange gazebos also have a lot of flexibility and can vary from having an open bandstand look to using a variety of side wall panels, such as windows and lattice, for gardens that need a little extra privacy.
Many of our wooden gazebos have several optional extras like built-in benches, flooring, centre tables, bars, and side panels to help you find the right level of comfort for your outdoor sanctuary, so be sure to check what is available for each one.
Some gazebos come with free assembly and others can come with installation costs or require self-assembly. If you need a pavilion that’s a little less permanent, see Marquees & Pop Up Gazebos for several options that are easy to install, disassemble, and store for later use.
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